Wednesday, October 8, 2014


     Good Morning WOYWW Deskers!  
What gorgeous days we are having here!  Hope it is beautiful where you
    are!  Thank you everyone who commented last week! So I have included a photo of my finished card for my
   friend (as requested). Also in the photo are some other little things I made with  matching papers.  One has a gift card in it and the other has some homemade enamel dots I baked for her..  I got that recipe off of  Coffee, Stamps, & Chaos.  It works! I included a photo of the dots and of a new addition on my desk.  Thank you Julia for the information on the deck chair.  It is so cute, but I went for cheap!  LOL But I think I will send the link for the deck chair for my Mini to my kids, maybe they will get it for me for Christmas. :)  Since Julia thought my area was so neat I included a photo of my other area- where I post  my Blog from my laptop.  No one can say that  is neat!  My husband doesn't think any of my "nests" are neat!  Okay, I do not know why my post is posting so wierd, but I have tried to align everything to the left, but it won't do it.  Please bare with me. 

Here is where you can visit more deskers or link to our desk hop  Julia's Stamping Ground.

Thank you for stopping by.  I will try to come by and see you!  Happy WOYWW!

Tri Shutter Card  for friend with matching gift card holder and goodie holder.

My computer area! ( not so neat)

New easel rest for my mini, and emamel dots that I baked.


  1. What a pretty card - I have to admit that this is a style I have never made before, but now DS has a new girlfriend (I can't keep up!) I'm sure he'll be asking for cards again and I'll need some ideas. He's never happy with the standard folded ones so I will have to hunt up a tutorial and give it a go. I love all the areas to decorate on your sample ... I can tell it'll be a winner in his eyes.

    Happy WOYWW!
    Mary Anne (4)

  2. Wow, that shutter card is amazing!! It's looks so complicated to make - did it take you long?
    Hugs, LLJ 20 xx

  3. I love your space and that tri shutter card is amazing. I love that fold and think it makes such a lovely piece!
    Glenda #44

  4. Hi Sharon, happy do have a neat desk and even your laptop work area is not messy. Gorgeous card, cheers and enjoy your week RobynO#37

  5. That card and gift card holder is beautiful. Your friend is going to love here gift. #2

  6. Wow, Sharon - that card is incredible! Your friend must be thrilled with it. I love the look of your desk(s) - they look a great place to work and play. Love, Chris # 23

  7. Thank you for sharing the 'finished article'. It's a beauty!
    I was super excited about those dots! I looked at the link and it looks so simple. All I have to do now is find the Spanish equivalent of Perler Beads....
    Thanks for letting me peep over your shoulder.
    Have a good week.

  8. Your card came out fantastic! I need to figure out how to make one, so I'll check on Pinterest. Blessings!

  9. Love the card at the top. Great work space, lots of room to do your thing. Happy crafting, Angela x 39

  10. Lovely creative space, and what a fantastic card! It's so beautiful!

    Happy belated WOYWW,
    Shoshi #32

  11. Love your finished card Sharon , I like the idea of the dots so I will have to see if I can find room in my case to bring some home!!

  12. your easel rest looks like my thing i pose my cards on. i didnt realize it was so multi-dimensional. i wanna try the tri shutter card .....some time soon.

  13. Thanks for your return visit, Sharon, and I'm glad you like my felt poppies! They are actually really quick to make - I was quite surprised. It's amazing watching the felting process take place, transforming the loose, soft wool fibres into a firm fabric - it's like magic! Beatrice seems fine today and was eating well, so we hope she's going to gain weight again soon. She's very affectionate since her return from the vet!

    Have a great weekend,

  14. Thanks for the tour. Love your card. Looks very intricate, but so lovely.

  15. Love the card and the fact that you put the scraps to great use. Go you! Off to check out the enamel dots tutorial. I want to make some. Creative Blessings! ~Kel

  16. A question about your baked beads.... do they smell when they melt? I heard about this using pony beads. Those are really quite bigger and I've heard had an odor. These seem a nice size.


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