Wednesday, 3 October 2012

WOYWW 174

So here we all are again another wednesday of fun over at julia's place for What's on your work desk wednesday, where we all show off our desks .
So here's mine.
Along the back are my boxes with spray inks & distress ink pad. On one box are some Crafty indiviual stamps & on another the rope ring  & a whale which has been covered with Decopatch paper, ( a project i'm still working on).
Left  is a canvas i'm working on now which has been painted & some piece's of card that has been cover with Decopatch paper as well. also a couple of stamped images.
The rest of my desk has my shells i've collected from the beach . I'm trying to find some small ones to use on my canvas.
So this is my desk now come join in the fun over here
http://stamping-ground.blogspot.co.uk/

17 comments:

  1. great looking desk this week. Love all the shells. Look forward to seeing the canvas and the whale finished. Have a great week. Vickie #22

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  2. My word, you even hunt through shells in a tidy manner! Look at them all ranged out in rows - you'd hate to visit me on a 'not tidied' day!!

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  3. Oooh what a lovely lot of shells you have there, they must have taken you forever to collect. Lovely idea to use them on your canvas. Your workspace looks very tidy to me. Thanks for visiting me already. Happy WOYWW, Anne x #13

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  4. Oh wow what a lot of shells. I know you say you are going to use some on a canvas, hope we get to see it soon.
    Of course you can steal my idea for storage, that's why I always put things up like that sharing is what it is all about.
    Hugs Neet 31 xx

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  5. I love collecting shells on the beach...not that my back does... but I end up not doing anything with them really ....I like the idea of a canvas ...look forward to seeing yours. xx#39

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  6. Your canvas project looks to be coming together nicely Jill and I’m sure you will find the perfect shells to go on it in amongst your lovely collection.

    Happy Crafting!
    Sue @ 79
    x

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  7. I know it's daft but I always think there is something magical about seashells. So pretty - all different and all made by nature. x Jo

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  8. How lovely to see all the sea shells on your desk. Looking forward to the finished canvas.
    Fiona xx

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  9. Jill it looks like you've been having fun shell hunting. Enjoy making your canvas and don't forget to show us it finished. Have a great Wednesday and thanks for the visit.
    Hugs Erika. #68

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  10. Hello Jill,
    thanks for your comment. Love to have visitors, and yes the garden is lovely especially at this time of the year.
    Your collection of shells is special. They mean a lot of pleasure don't they? The beach, the collecting, the sorting, and so on. Thanks for sharing.
    Ros #35

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  11. Love all those shells - I'd be happy with big bowls of them all around. And the colours never jar, do they? I adore the soft shades of greys and whites and blues. Gorgeous!
    Hugs, LLJ #1 xx

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  12. Oh I love all of the shells!
    Makes me long for a trip to the beach! :)
    Mary Jo #93

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  13. Love the shells I had a big box full of all different shapes and sizes and left them behind in my classroom and now wish I'd kept them. Have fun with them. Anne x #69

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  14. What a fun lot of shells, and I like that you found them all yourself--what a great touch that will be on your canvas!

    :)trisha
    #101 this week

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  15. Ohh how many shells. Cant wait to see how you use them on your canvas. Sorry that visiting is late, I am always so slow ±93

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  16. Thanks for dropping by and commenting on my blog :) x

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  17. Oooh - exciting projects lurking on your desk, and having been to the rest of your blog first, I love how you've completed them! What a fab use of colour and nature!

    Thanks for stopping by....

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