Wednesday, November 16, 2011

WOYWW 128

Pardon the glare from my new set of stamps, but I'm not allowing myself to remove them from the packaging until I've finished my December projects. Only I keep working on some older projects, so the stamps are still encased (Wizard of Oz stamps by Graphic45). The Winter Distress Inks have arrived and just waiting to be used :D. The little pink house and tree are Puffies going to be made into rings and there is a lot of scrap left over from yesterday's post (another mini banner). Lots of birthdays coming up as well as Christmas. Everything gets entered into my project log, first as the idea, then all the fleshing out, then I put it in my Gypsy (if it's got Cricut bits). Then it hits the workdesk. It keeps me from feeling overwhelmed (at least until I look at my Christmas Crafty Days countdown lol).

If you are wondering what's all this WOYWW, head over to Julia's Stamping Ground and have a gander at workdesks from around the world! Better yet, take a photograph of your crafty space and join in the fun :D.

20 comments:

Sarah said...

I didn't fall for the first set os inks but these are calling my name! Smart move keeping those stamps closed - but they are so lovely and I hope you can soon play with them... Thanks for sharing today, Sarah at 2.

CRAFTY WOMBLE said...

My inks are still on the way about another week I think (which helps!). They seem remarkably easy to get hold of considering the fuss that is being made...... I am working on the theory of deadlines at the moment, certain things need to be made by certain times to be posted or for reasons so they take priority and everything will get done because it has to!

Helen said...

I have both the autumn and winter inks but the winter ones are better - they are FABULOUS! enjoy....
Helen 12

Jennie -The Artistic Stamper said...

enjoy your winter distress inks.. they are FAB!
thanks for showing
Happy woywwing
Jennie #7

Hazel said...

Loving all the DIs - how controlled you are not to open those stamps yet (don't think I could be so controlled, although I confess I have stamps that I've bought and now used yet - the time will come) Happy crafting - Hazel WOYWW #43 x

Neil said...

Hi there; thank you for sharing your place of creativity with us this week, it was great to pop in and visit.
Neil #58

Sunshine Girl said...

Love those stamps I wouldnt be able to resist breaking into them! I have the distress inks too - very yummy. Thanks for sharing and have a great week. Sunshine Girl – No 34

Cathy said...

Just doing a quick pass through today ... I am going to get everyone visited!!! Love those inks.
Happy WOYWW
Cathy xx #19

Sue Althouse said...

My set of inks came late last week, maybe I'll get to play with them today! You are showing great restraint not busting into those stamps! Thanks for the peek. Sue #83

MvM-design said...

love those inks!!
Have a happy WOYWW!;-)
Hugs Marleen #10

Ann B said...

Keep seeing those winter inks on my trip round and they are calling to me. Aren't you good not opening the stamps, I would have had to have a little play.
Ann B #39

Polly Polkadot said...

Rules, rules, rules, where is the fun in that? I agree though, the only way to make any progress is to inflict a few rules on the wonderful world of craft!

Marjo said...

Thanks for the peek and sharing. Hope you are having a great WOYWW,
xoxo Marjo #109

Spyder said...

Lovely Stamps! It's like chocolate, once it's unwrapped you just have to eat it! or in this case, ink them up and use them.I don't think I would have so much will Power (I've often wondered who he is!) HaPpY WoYwW!?!
((Lyn)) #53

Audrey Frelx said...

Waiting on my inks too!!!

Robin Panzer Art said...

Wonderful discipline and incentive waiting for you new stamps! Happy WOYWW #18 ~Robin Panzer Art Studio 33

fairy thoughts said...

a crafty log that sounds really organised, I like to play with my new stuff straight away so I make it 'mine', other stuff goes down the list. I managed to get the new DI in a shop easily too. like you say a lot of fuss, but they are great colours.
thanks for sharing
janet

Bridget Larsen said...

Love those distress inks, cant wait to use mine or get a set myself lol

Bridget #29

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

For being number 1 this week, I'm awfully late visiting. I'm so sorry I'm late, but, after a computer crash I had to stop by and get a bit of inspiration from your desk. I'm seeing lots of Wizard of Oz stamps this week. I live in OZ (Kansas) where the movie supposedly took place.

ChatterScene.com said...

I want some now too..lol
TFS