Tuesday, February 21, 2012

WOYWW 142

On my desk today.
I've started altering the clock. The cones are part of it :D. They are sitting on my holographic red project log (which makes it difficult to write in, but oh well lol).

I'm also working on a display pin. This is toto from Graphic 45's Oz stamps, stamped on a glass drop and painted in.

So Tuesday morning I was up in the wee hours and watching QVC UK's craft day (so much safer that way financially lol). Dyan Reaveley is on showing Configurations and discussing the popularity of Tim Holtz in the UK and then she mentions WOYWW and that many of the desks have TH photos on them. The host didn't even ask what WOYWW was, so I'm guessing everyone knows now? lol

Sarah was able to identify the Giggle stamp set from week 140 as Sandylion Kelly Panacci Clear Stamps - Giggle! Thank you again Sarah :D. BTW it's not too late to join in Sarah's February My Monthly Mojo. Quite inspiring and a good place to go to re-charge wanning mojo's :D.

And here is more progress on what the triangle practice last week was for:  a tribute page to a little dog who wasn't saved in the nick or time or otherwise. The main components are put together, but not yet attached. I'll show it to you the finished project . Lots of hand cutting and gold paint (two tones). The edges will be pinned down.

If you are wondering what's all this WOYWW, head over to Julia Dunnit's Stamping Ground and have a gander. Better yet, snap a pic of your crafty desk and join in the fun :D.

36 comments:

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I read Jennie's blog and she also mentioned Dyan's reference to WOYWW. Glad the word is getting out and we are both a part of it. I love the dog picture. I can't wait to see the end result. You are such a tease with both projects.

Mary Ann said...

I want to know what you are going to do with that clock:)

Mary Ann #23

sandysewin said...

Wow, an altered clock. Can't wait to see the finished project!

Happy Woyww,

Sandy #26

505whimsygirl said...

Oh wow -- a mention on QVC and a magazine! Very cool. Poor little doggie. Both of my girls (er, I mean dogs) are rescues. Bless their hearts.

Happy WOYWW
Kay #29

scrappymo! said...

Nice to hear Julia's blog getting to be even more "know".
Good on Julia!

Your projects are pretty...the little dog glass disk is so sweet.

jude said...

I watched a couple of the shows and have recorded the others so i shall have to listen out for dyan referring to woyww.Julia will be honoured
Have fun creative week hugs judex 34

Lexi said...

Very interested to see your finished projects, especially the clock!

Thanks for sharing! :)

Lexi #36

jill said...

I'd love to see the clock altered so i hope you'll come back to show us all.

Neil said...

What would we do with our Wednesdays if it was not for the wonder of WOYWW? It's always fascinating to peek through the window into your creative arena so thank you. Lots happening in your world. Looking forward to seeing the finished clock! I Hope you have a good week.
Neil (#47 ish)

...the yorkshire fox... said...

...so much going on...i'm looking forward to seeing the finished clock and just how the little cones fit in...Mel

May said...

Busy desk today lots going on, would love to see what you do with that clock!!, Have a good week, Hugs May x x x x x

Anne-marie said...

Look forward to seeing your finished alterations have a fab week
Anne-marie #4

Ann B said...

Was looking for pine cones at first. Intrigued by the altered clock and can't wait to see what you do with it. I heard Dyan refer to WOYWW as well and have been searching for Tim's photos on the desks I have visited - no luck so far.

Ann B
#55 (was 56 but someone must have got the boot.)
I have blog candy if you are interested

Trish Latimer said...

those cones look very interesting, can't wait to see what becomes of them! Cute Toto as well! xx Trish #63

CraftygasheadZo said...

Love that little dog stamped onto glass. TH has certainly inspired us all. WOYWW is becoming a favourite for all. Enjoy this week's WOYWW snoop around the world. Take care Zo xx 81

Gwen said...

Can't imagine how the clock will turn out...will you show it next time? I will look forward to it!
xx 101

laurie said...

you do have a busy desk and what an inspiration! I jpoined this party for the first time and will love folling your work,

Tertia said...

Very interesting things happening on your desk this week. Happy crafting and happy WOYWW

scrappystickyinkymess said...

I tend to watch QVC on 16x speed so I can watch just the tutorials so missed the WOYWW comment. Oh well. But I do like the progress on the mini. Very sweet.
Mary Anne

Karen said...

I look forward to seeing the end result of what you decide to do with your clock :)

Have a great WOYWW and a fab week, Luv Karen xx

JoZart said...

Looks like an interesting project. Thanks for your ribbon suggestion.
I panic when WOYWW gets public mention as there are becoming too many to get around already ....shhhhhhh!
JoZarty x

kay said...

am intrigued at the idea of a altered clock so will be popping back,x

Brenda B said...

Lol, what on earth have you got planned for that clock! Like how the cut out, pinned back LO is coming along, poor little doggie, hope he didn't suffer. The whole process of sock making looked very complicated and put me off for a couple of years to be honest, but a sock knitting friend told me to treat each part as an individual task and not to start a new task if I was a bit tired or distracted. And she was right, each part is actually quite simple, it just looks very daunting when you first read through everything in one go.

Hugs
Brenda 5

sandee said...

WOYWW is going to become overwhelming at this rate! lol I'm now one of your followers, hope you show this clock next wed, would love to see what you do with that! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

fairy thoughts said...

well it seems the 'secret is out we will never get round to everyone now!
I'm really curious about the triangles now and what you are going to do with the clock
janet #8

Laura said...

I like the little Toto charm. I bought the papers from that Graphic 45 line, but not the stamps. . . tempted!

~ Laura (#108)

Michele said...

Love the idea of seeing what's on people's desks! Course mine is a complete disaster and I am currently working on the floor! I have to tell you that your words today touched me. You are so very sweet! My crafting world is certainly my sanity....my escape from life's difficulties...and am so glad to have met people like you along the way! Hugs!

Jackie said...

Your work is fab, thanks for sharing :)

RosA said...

Can't wait to see what you do with that clock. I have a plain kitchen clock that I want to "alter". (On the list of things to do, of course.)

VonnyK said...

Really interested to see what you do with that clock.
Have a great week.
Von #38

mommyle said...

I am eagerly anticipating the outcome of the clock! The cones have me particularly curious!!!!

sandra de said...

Love the little dog stamp on the glass and you will have to post a final pic we are all waiting. No pressure...

MaggieC said...

Can't wait to see what you are doing with an altered clock. Does it still work? Thank you for visiting me and leaving a lovely comment. xx Maggie #11

lisa said...

WOYWW gets everywhere and so it should. Wednesdays have never been so much fun.
Your projects sound really interesting. Can't wait to see the finished result.
Happy WOYWW
Hugs Lisax #127

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Bridget Larsen said...

Dang I never get to see the publicity. cant wait to see your finished creation
Bridget #54