Wednesday, February 4, 2015

WOYWW 296

I'm finally done with all the Christmas knitting and for now some of the other things have been settled. It felt great to be able to do some papercrafting.

I couldn't find the picture I wanted so I'll be working with this one (Witch's Fingers grapes die cut with a Papertrey Ink strip stitch die and the Tim Holtz Alphanumeric dies).  To the left is a pot of Sticky Embossing Powder (Tim Holtz calls it Powdered Glue) I'm still concocting experiments on that one.

This Thursday is the kick off of Papertrey Ink's 8th Anniversary celebration all the pertinents will be on Nicole's blog. It's always a good ime : ). In preparation I've been organizing. You'll notice that all the inkpads have been labelled. I daubed color on some labels I found at the dollar store and used a 5/8" circle punch.

To see more crafty workspaces, head over to Julia's Stamping Ground and have a gander : ).

6 comments:

Winnie said...

I keep telling myself I will do my tops with labels. Seeing how neat yours look, now I have to get on that sometime. Winnie #64

Queenie Jeannie said...

Have fun with your papercrafting projects and try not to spend too much on the sale, lol! I always tell myself that and it rarely works! Have a great week and God bless!

Happy Crafting!
Jeannie #9

Krisha said...

Was on my way to say thanks for visiting for T-day and bumped into WOYWW.....LOL
LOVE that giant tea cup you use or your Ramen.
I try, very hard (at times) to keep everything labeled too. Makes finding things so much easier.
Not playing WOYWW this week so there is no # for me.....grin

glendabrooks.blogspot.com said...

I love your space and I especially love how you colored the tops of the paints so you can see the color as they sit in a box.
Glenda #48

tocovya said...

Powdered gllue, i dont think i have ever heard of that...Intgrigued to see what you can do with it
Jill W

Carmen said...

I have never seen grapes like that before! Loved seeing your desk today :)

Carmen x #53