Wednesday, 12 February 2014

What’s On Your Workdesk Wednesday? #245

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Planning for future classes, making cards for February birthdays and leftovers from keeping up with the 52 Card Challenge.

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These are from the week 3 sketch challenge. I’ll do a round up of the rest on Friday.

Short and sweet. Head on over to Julia’s place for more crafty goings on.

26 comments:

Jess said...

Sweet cards. I love the effect you've made with the wood grain stamp on your desk, looks as though it's ready made x

jill said...

The wood grain effect is quite useful for using on many projects isn't it . Happy woyww Jill #35

Claire said...

Lovely cards and a busy, productive desk, as always :)
Happy WOYWW!
no. 26

Lunch Lady Jan said...

I like those cards, sweet, simple and elegant...just like me.
WHAT?
Ok, you can stop laughing now! Actually, even this fat fingered card Klutz could attempt those. Bet your classes are fun :-)
I got the fusible fleece from good ol' Fabricland. It was £7.50 a metre! But I cut wisely and make sure I get every penny worth out of it. For someone is quite generous in life, I am very tight when it comes to fabric!!
Hugs, LLJ 39 xx

Annie said...

Love the latest cards and the doilies look as though the next classes will be fun. :-)
Hugs,
Annie x # 50

Sian said...

Doilies? pretty coloured inks/ What's not to love!

scrappyjacky said...

Love those pretty cards.

Julia Dunnit said...

Oh you enabler you! Now I have to have that wooden plank background stamp...will browse the catalogue and see what else I'm missing! meanwhile, pretty cards..are you still enjoying the workshop processes?

KraftyKaren said...

I always said that I didn't need a woodgrain stamp but I am not sure now - oh dear!!

Two really lovely cards xxx

JoZart said...

Super cards, so simple but classy and elegant. Great desk.....
Jo x

CraftygasheadZo said...

Love what you are doing. Perfect cards, love those flower stamps which I have!! Always nice to see what you are planning too. Enjoy your day. Take care Zo xx 71

jan spencer said...

Love your cards and the pretty pink colour.
I really wish we could get SU products over here, I feel I´m missing out, LOL

Jan S 71

Twiglet said...

I agree with Jo - very classy clean design. x Jo

Shaz Brooks said...

Hi Fiona, love that wood fence stamp!You got me as well as Julia, lol. Have a great week, Hugs, Shaz # 43 xx

fairy thoughts said...

great desk... untidy but tidy and organised at the same time if you know what I mean.... cute 'simple' cards
janet #32.... but you knew that

Lisa-Jane said...

I do love your clean designs! Totally drooling over that plank stamp too. #45

Lea.H said...

love the cards! Lx 91

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Although I'm not a card maker, I love your beautiful birthday cards, They are truly lovely, and I think I might even be able to make one or two of them, too. Thanks for visiting me while I slept. Happy WOYWW from #1.

Krisha said...

Beautiful CAS cards, just the way I like them!
Krsiha #34

alexa said...

I am inspired by your cards which are so pretty, and yet in the clean and simple style - my absolute favourite :).

glitterandglue said...

Those cards are lovely, Fiona. So nicely elegant. I like clean lines and simple designs. The preparations for your next class look intriguing!!
Have a great week.
Margaret#74

scrappystickyinkymess said...

I adore a simple design that can be made to look different with slight variations. I have a collection of these GO TO designs and this one is going right into the file. Love it. Just so fact and effective and yet can be made to look completely different with the fewest of tweaks.
I love WOYWW...

Romantic day out with DH kept me from WOYWW so here I am today!

Mary Anne (27)

Robyn Oliver said...

Hi Fiona, just popping in to check our what you're up to at your desk...lovely floral cards and have fun with your classes Cheers RobynO#51

Sheena said...

Lovely cards Fiona x

S said...

I love the color of those cards. I need that stamp and punch set too!!

Jo said...

Lots of lovely bits and pieces there, I love the woodgrain stamp x