Wednesday, 3 October 2012

What’s On Your Workdesk Wednesday? #174

It’s been a while since I took part in this. My kitchen table has been busy, but I’ve been without a laptop and although I’m sure it’s possible to blog from my phone I have absolutely no idea how!

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I’ve been working on a few cards this afternoon and I’ll be sharing them on Saturday. The black and orange tag in the box is something I made last week for a swap. Here’s a closer look. I love a bit of heat embossing, still seems like magic to me.

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That’s it from me. Head on over to Julia’s place for more arty crafty work spaces.

27 comments:

Darla said...

Can you heat emboss with a blow dryer or do you need a heat gun? Love the way the black looks here...#94

Annie said...

What a fab job you've done with the black embossing.
Hugs,
A x #2

Sandi McLean said...

I'm with you heat embossing is magic everytime! Looks like you are crafting some fun! WOYWW 114

Jo.C said...

They all look great but do like the embossing. Great fun

sandee said...

I love heat embossing, and it does seem magical doesn't it? Those tags are darling!!! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

scrappyjacky said...

Those embossed tags are brilliant....love them.

Sandy Leigh said...

Really does look magical--those are beautiful! Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh at #99

Alison said...

Those spider's webs look fab!!
Alison xx

Louise said...

these are really effective!

Julia Dunnit said...

Nice to see you gal, and I bet you're glad to have your laptop going again! Love the webby tags, great job. Really pretty card you've got underway on your table, love that round stamp.

Princess Judy Palmer said...

I like how you compare heat embossing to magic. I feel that same way and so often it goes poorly for me that perhaps it is black magic! Love the Halloween tags. Your kitchen table desk has been having a nice play. Nice cards!

Jo said...

Those tags look fantastic. Can't wait until Saturday to see your cards.

Lisa said...

Fab spider webs Fiona and looking forward to the rest of your week too

Lisa
xx

Lilli boo said...

Thanks for visiting my blog! Lovely paper creations, very inspiring, look forward to seeing more of your work, cheers, Lil

Jaki Morris said...

Shiny cobwebs! Lovely

Nice to get back to it isn't it?

Jakix

Shazsilverwolf said...

Gorgeous tags! I wish Halloween was celebrated a bit more over here- most people don't see it as a holiday like the others. I've been missing for a while too, and am amazed how many 'new faces' I have found this week.Have a great week, Shaz #58

Twiglet said...

Fab spooky embossing. That tuna bake loks scrummy too - will give it a go. x Jo

Bron said...

Those cards are very effective....looks like you celebrate Halloween in a big way. x

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Do you know, I really like your style of cards best..they're the ones I would buy in the shop. I think it's the colours, simple palette and patterns (lots of spirals, I notice!) that appeals to me. Gaw-jus!!!
Hugs, LLJ #1 xx

humel said...

I love that soft green - and yes, I love the magical effect of heat embossing, too! :)

Lisa-Jane said...

LOVE that black on black embossing - I still love it too, how retro are we?! If you work out blogging from your phone can you let me know... ;-)

Angie said...

Love those tags ....and I so agree about embossing xx38

belldoubleyou said...

The magic of heat embossing is what brought me into this hobby! I love those tags, they're wonderful.

Eliza said...

technology is a real downer sometimes when you can't get your head around it. The phones are really to small to blog on anyway.

I loooooovvvvve your halloween tags, neat.

belated WOYWW
Eliza #53

Julia said...

Ooh gorgeous webs! You need to download the Blogpress app. It's so easy to use :)

Annie said...

love your black sparkly embossed spider webs! hugs, annie x

Morti said...

I love the tags and the New Home card is coming on nicely, really lovely colours you've used...

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