Wednesday, April 27, 2011

WOYWW 99

Happy Wednesday everyone! I've been a busy bee, see previous posts as evidence if you like :D. I'm still on my Botanicals  Lite Cricut cartridge. So I'm playing with variations of a cut. to the left is a little doodle I take for a mental break. I'm liking the Zentangle designs, but I prefer to just do one pattern on  a bit of scrap paper and maybe use it somewhere rather than making something with a collection of patterns.

I took my massive pile of left over paper and cut it up in 3 sorts, large rectangular pieces, strips of paper and irregular pieces of paper. I listed to my ipod play along in alphabetical order so a song by the clash is followed by a brief podcast audio tour of a painting in some museum followed by birdsong. It's an auditory potluck and keeps me on my toes. Looking at the picture I see my container is still not properly labelled. It no longer contains scrapbook embellishments but acrylic blocks for rubber stamping. And huzzah I did stamp a card this week :D. Thanks for looking :D

If you are wondering what's all this WOYWW, hop over to Julia's Stamping Ground and have a gander, better yet, take a picture and join in :D

13 comments:

Marjo said...

Thanks for the peek and sharing, bunches of hugs Marjo #18. Have a great WOYWW

Andria said...

Happy WOYWW
Andria #29

sandra de said...

The cricut botanicals are really elegant, will you use them for cards or scrapbook lo?

sasa said...

Love the i-pod comment - I go from Vivaldi to Guns 'n' Roses!!! Has a great effect in the craft room too!

Thanks for the peek - enjoy your week!

Sarah at 8.

Ciara said...

Looks like you're a secret crafter, playing with your stash in the dead of night with just a teeny light on!!

Your ipod collection sounds rather random - at least the Clash came before the museum tour or it would have made you jump big style :-)

GLENDA BROOKS said...

Thanks for letting me have a look around! Love your space!

Sarpreet said...

Happy WOYWW 99, Thank you for sharing your desk with us much appreciated it. A great flower desk. #31.

Susan Allan said...

Interesting post. I don't know what an ipod is, but it seems to stimulate your work as you go from one artform to another.
Does that make sense?....I have very little technology in my life!
I enjoyed the read.
Sue xx

okienurse said...

I put the iPod on shuffle and like you sometimes the sounds are startling. I love the botanical lite cartridge. Thanks for sharing. Vickie aka okienurse #35

Andria said...

Thanks for sharing your craft space! Love the double-decker lazy susans for supplies. I'm a huge fan of creating Zentangles, so I liked hearing how you use them for a mental break.
Andria WOYWW#121

RosC said...

You remind me to use my die-cutter a bit more. Well, if I use it at all, it's more than I have been lately. Ah the joys of Mozart to Meat Loaf!
Happy days,
Ros. (90)

Clare said...

I knew from the name of your blog that I would like your work desk, don't ask me why! TFS, love, Clare #104

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Ooo Snap.. I am incredibly late but getting around at last love some of posts above..! happy belated WOYWW and TFS! Shaz in oz.x