Wednesday, March 2, 2011

WOYWW - 91

It's snowing again! However, it didn't get to cover the asphalt so whoo hoo lol.

I popped into Michael's while I was out doing errands and found some Glow-in-the-Dark YuDu ink. I lovvvvvve Glow-in-the-Dark :D. I also picked up some milled lavendar and mustard distress inks and some dusty concord distress stickles. I added two 2-tier lazy susans to my craft desk. Late to the fair today, but I made it :D.

If you are wondering is on other people's workdesk today hop over to the Stamping Ground and have a gander. Better yet, take a picture or two and join in :D.


Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Mm snow still around well we are cooling down here from low 30's to mid twenties C which is great, thanks for sharing,
Shaz in in Oz.x

Susan Allan said...

Glow-in-the-dark ink sounds a lot of fun. What do you plan to do with it?
I think snow here may be finished until next year...but we can never really tell!
Have fun
Sue xx

Twiglet said...

It's been freezing cold here today too!
Do pop over to our shop and put your name down in the next gift draw.

RosA said...

Thanks for visiting my blog. WOW, glow in the dark ink! That could be useful! Lazy susan is a good idea. Wish I could find room to put one nearby.

Audrey Frelx said...

I saw the glow in the dark ink and by-passed it because I couldn't think of anything I could use it for -- don't have children in the house! Can't wait to see some of your projects!

Hugs, my friend!

Vicki B in OP NY said...

Love your blog - so many interesting things to see. The idea of glow in the dark ink is really cool, kids would get such a kick out of it. TF visiting and for sharing.
A little inkling

Julia Dunnit said...

Now a two tier lazy susan sounds like a really good investment to me! Hope the snow has gone. Brr..

The Crafty Elf said...

I would love to see what you are going to do with that glow in the dark ink!!! Thanks for the peek!