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Wednesday, 6 February 2013

What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday 192


Hi everyone, my name is Heather known as Algera online.

Welcome if you are visiting here via Stamping Ground Blogspot
If you wish to find out more about WOYWW 
please check them out and join in the fun.

I am an eclectic crafter and am so happy to share my first 
What's On Your Wordesk? WOYWW 192 with you all today.
I have been enjoying looking at many of the blogs over the last few weeks.

I Love both Digital and handmade Scrapbooking, card making and crafting. 
Also photography, a little jewellery making, stamping and arty projects.
I tend to flit from one Idea to another, just loving the freedom creativity brings.
My workdesk for physical (handmade) crafting is an old table. 
It belonged to my grandparents and is in our office/craft room.
  
The Key To Love is a small framed project for our dining room I have just completed...

I began with some plain white card stock,
which I embossed and cut out in an arched shape.
Using a sponge with distress Inks by Tim Holtz.
(Antique Linen, Tumbled Glass and chipped Saphire). I built up the colour.


On a seperate sheet 7x5 
I used just the Antique Linen and Tumbled Glass.
Stamping onto the design I used kaiser Craft (Le Chateau Collection).
I also Incorporated some Images I printed off digitally from my Enchanted kit.
and a metal key from Creative Expression.


Lace bows tied by hand using recycled ribbon from favour boxes 
at our wedding, also some lace at base of arch.
Layered and arranged then placed in a recycled Box frame that I had.


* I am starting some cards now building up stock as lots 
of Birthdays etc ahead for family and friends.
Will get the camera out and capture what's happening, 
maybe not my Ink stained hands though x

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed the visit
Have a Great week Heather x 

31 comments:

Lynn Holland said...

Hi Heather and welcome to WOYWW and thank you for calling by my desk.
Like you I like to dabble in a bit of everything, mainly as I want to keep learning new things.
Your blog is really nice and I will pop by again. Have a nice week, hope its warmer were you are than here in brrrr Lancashire.
Lynn //71

Gibby Frogett said...

Happy WOYWW Heather, congrats on your first one :) Love what you have created.. and wow what lovely neat bows too..have a good day Gill x

BJ said...

Super Angel frame. Thanks for popping by my desk - Happy WOYWW BJ #9

Redanne said...

Welcome to WOYWW Heather, it is fun but rather addictive. Love your arch and you have decorated it beautifully, will come back again for a closer look. Happy WOYWW, Anne x #35

Shoshi said...

Welcome to WOYWW, Heather, and a lovely piece to kick start your addiction to WOYWW-ing! Thanks for visiting, and for your good wishes about our move. Sorry to be abandoning ship (at least temporarily) when youo've just boarded!

Happy WOYWW,
Shoshi #96

Shazsilverwolf said...

Lovely to see another new face to our crowd, welcome! That is a beautiful piece of work, I love the shade of blue. Have a great week, Hugs,xx Shaz #75

Joynana said...

Heather that is a gorgeous piece of art. Love it. Thanks for stopping by so early. #105

Anne said...

Welcom
e Heather. Yor arch is lovely. I like trying lots of dfferent things as well. Thanks for visiting me. Anne #89

Ria Gall said...

welcome to your new family at WOYWW and thank you for sharing your beautiful project. there is so much attention to detail it is really stunning
Happy WOYWW #192
Ria #75

Francesca said...

Hi, your artwork looks fabulous. Thanks for becoming a follower of mine. Francesca #108(proper one)

Nan G said...

Welcome to the WOYWW family, Heather! Beautiful wall plaque! Thanks for the earlier visit. Happy WOYWW! Nan 28

Eliza said...

Welcome to WOYWW you are going to love viewing the desks and meeting up with some fabulous people. Love the arch you are creating, looking good.

Eliza 13
Happy WOYWW

Laura said...

Welcome to WOYWW! Thanks for sharing...
Happy WOYWW
Laura
99

Cottage Remnant said...

Gr8 creation....looks kewl with the shadow box effect!

Happy creating!

blessings,
Cynthia♥

MaggieC said...

Welcome to the international group of WOYWWers and have a good time wandering round. Thank you for visiting today. I am another who enjoys going from one idea to another. I am told I have a butterfly mind. Have a good week and see you next time. xx Maggie #20

House of Bears said...

Welcome to WOYWW, it's extremely addictive but fun. Loving your creative make so far and it's a great idea to stock up your cards. We really need to do the same.

Sandy Leigh said...

Heather--welcome to WOYWW! I love your latest creation here--gorgeous! Thanks so much for visiting me today. I think you'll enjoy visiting and having visits from all the WOYWW lovelies! Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #104

Neet said...

Lovely arch you have made. I even liked it in its first stage - such a gorgeous colour you used.
Nice to have you with the WOYWW'ers, hope you come back time and time again. A real good way to make new friends.
Thanks for the visit to my blog and happy WOYWW.
Hugs, Neet xx

Helen said...

Welcome to WOYWW Heather. I am sure you will find many happy ours pass by sharing inspiration with us all! Happy WOYWW to you from Helen 52

Queenie Jeannie said...

So gorgeous!!! You made a real work of art!

Happy Crafting!
Jeannie #4

okienurse said...

Welcome to WOYWW I know you are going to fit right in. Love the project you made. I love recycling bits and pieces and you made something you will cherish for a long time. I am a big fan of memories! Thanks for sharing and visiting my desk! Hope you have a great week! Vickie #32

fairy thoughts said...

Hi Heather
welcome to WOYWW, it can be very addictive so beware!
But we like to see inky fingers too
I am bit of a flitter too, I have lots of projects on the go at once.
Love the pretty arch, I bet it will look great in your dining room.
Have a crafty week
janet #38

Caz said...

Welcome to the wild world of WOYWW - be warned, it's addictive!!!
That's some very beautiful artwork! I'm sure it'll look great in your room and provoke lots of compliments.
I'm a flitter like you too - I need to make some cards at the weekend but I'll be beading and sewing too no doubt.
Hope to see more of your work soon
Have a great week
Caz
#98

Debs Willis said...

Happy woyww and thanks for stopping by - you will find it's addictive to see what other crafters desks look like - don;t be shy - tidy or messy - share the desk!

Debs # 157

Daniella said...

I believe you should never box yourself in to any 1 type of creating!! You are a diverse artist!!
Love the piece you framed. I bet it is awesome in your home!!

xxDaniella#106 late :(

Tamika said...

Happy WOYWW! Got snow coming so I decided to troop on and see more desks even though its past the time. Your project is really nice Tamika @126

mamapez5 said...

Hi Heather. Welcome to WOYWW. thanks for dropping by my blog. The little angel frame is lovely. Like you I enjoy trying out something new all the time. Aren't we lucky to have so much to choose from. Sorry I'm late making my rounds this week. I'll try to do better next week. Kate x #72

April Story said...

Welcome to WOYWW. I really enjoyed the beautiful shadow box you made. Can't wait to see the cards you make.
April #133

Michele's Scrapy Creations said...

Welcome to WOYWW! love your shadow box you made.. looking forward to many creative projects..

thanks for visiting my desk, Michele #163

RosC said...

Hi Heather,

Welcome to WOYWW, and know that I'm often late getting around to people. I sit at the computer for short-ish periods work my way through the list of lovely folk like you who visit me. Then I visit a few more.

You've put a lovely piece together with the subtle contrasts in blues and the sweet picture of the angel and moon.

Thanks for leaving me a message too.
Cheers,
Ros. #6

Lynda Beazley said...

Hi Heather,
Thank you so much for visiting my new blog and leaving such a positive comment.! You are and will always be my first WOYWW friend! We are entering this new and exciting world together - if I press all the right buttons that is! I love your Key to Love project and look forward to lots more sharing! x