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Wednesday, 3 September 2014

WOYWW 274

What's on you Workdesk today and why I am I asking? Today is the day you can boldly go into other deskers crafty spaces and snoop! Yes you can, because Julia at the Stamping Ground has made it possible! 

My desk doesn't have a great deal to show 
A mucky mat, (curling at the edges), some new dies and stamps that hubby MADE me buy when we had a (first time) trip to Bury Market. Bury Market is HUGE if you've never been, with a craft stall in the middle!
The tags have been turned over but coming to a blog near you soon! To the left, a pile of stuff to sort through and probably bin! Centre you can see what happened to my page from last week - a bigger pic here!

So that's it! Oh! apart from telling you that I will be posting pics of our Castle visit directly after this one if you would like to have look!

Have a fun WOYWW, Thanks for looking, Chris 

21 comments:

Hazel said...

Sounds good that hubby made you buy the dies! Thanks for sharing your workspace today. Hazel, WOYWW, #34 x

Annie said...

Hi I'm back and am really enjoying the adventure of setting up my new creative space in our new home. I've really missed catching up with all my blogging friends but hopefully over the next day or so I will pay you all a visit.
Thank you for visiting earlier and for your lovely comments. We are really enjoying the challenges ahead of us and it will take time to get there but trust me when I say we are going nowhere!! :-)
Really love your amazing photos in your next post...thank you for sharing them.
Hugs,
Annie x #25

famfa said...

Love that journal page. So colourful.
FAMFA 51

Angela Radford said...

Hi Chris, you have an amazing husband who actually encourages you to buy dies!
Have a great week and happy crafting Angela x 38

glitterandglue said...

Hi Chris. Great hubby you have there - MAKING you buy things - mine is just the same at Abakhan. His principle of "It won't be there next time, and it won't go off" is exploited to the full!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Those dies are great - that flower one is gorgeous.
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #22

Lisca Meijer said...

Hi, I've linked in with WOYWW for the first time and I'm enjoying snooping around.
Your journal page looks beautiful. Looking forward to seeing what you do. (and your castle trip)
Thanks for sharing your workspace.
HappyWOYWW!
Lisca #61

StampinCarol said...

What a hubby if he's "making" you buy goodies to play with! Sounds like you and he had fun at the Market! Happy WOYWW!
Carol N #56

Helen said...

I am indeed loving these stamps!! your page looks fabulous. Helen 14. off to see the photos now!

Jackie said...

That made me laugh... Hubby made me buy!

Christine said...

Thanks for your visit earlier - all plants potted up and now watching tv and writing to friends - can't be bad!!!
Love the cover of your journal and wish my DH 'made' me buy things!!!!
Bishopsmate #69

Shoshi said...

Beautiful journal cover, Chris, and glad you had a nice time at Bury Market. Good on your hubby!! Had a look at the gorgeous photos on your next post - just stunning. What a fabulous place.

Thanks for your visit and your nice comment - glad you like the new rug in my office! The OT told Mum to take it up after her TIA as it was a trip hazard and it found its way into the loft. It looks a lot better in my office lol! My next project will actually be a continuation of an existing one which keeps having to be put on the back burner when other things have to be done first.

Happy WOYWW,
Shoshi #40

I'm a Little Teapot said...

That looks like a very happy desk. I zoomed in and nosed around. I spy lots of fun stuff and am very interested in the Memory Box die. Hmm...I will need to find that one!
Have a good week! Hugs, Kathy Jo

Eliza said...

Hi Chris, so good to see your desk with the journal on it, I have some flowers left over from another job still sitting on my desk and I was going to use them in a journal page too. I love your page so blooming beautiful well that was going to be my words on my page LOL Love the colours you have used in the background. I hope you have a wonderful crafting week.

Hugs Eliza & Yoda 49
Happy WOYWW

Lunch Lady Jan said...

I've been to Bury market! It was years ago, mind and the only thing I bought was black pudding! I bet there's some awesome fabric stalls there too - I must go back some day!
Love your mucky mat btw!!
Hugs, LLJ 24 xx

scrappystickyinkymess said...

DH lived near Bury as a teen and loved it - MIL was always mentioning what a great market town it was. Looking forward to seeing those tags...hope you'll like here too so I don't miss them revealed :)


Happy WOYWW!
Mary Anne (8)

Laura said...

Lovely bright art journal page! How nice of your husband to insist upon you bringing home some new goodies -- mine recently did the same thing. hahahahahahaha Happy WOYWW! ~ Laura #53

Twiglet said...

Sounds a great place to visit - my friend Jean used to live in Bury - she used to go down to the market for dress fabric so that she could make a new frock to go out dancing in on a Saturday night!

Neet said...

Must pop back later for the Castle piccies.
Bury Market is close to me (4 miles at the most) but I never knew there was a stall with craft things on. See what I have learned. Is it indoors or out?
Thanks for enabling.
Hugs, Neet 16 (I am like the White Rabbit in Alice - always late - thanks for your earlier visit).

RosA said...

I like your floral page! Gorgeous colours! And I had a look at your balloon tag (above) which I like very much! I will also have a look at the castle pics later :)
Thanks for visiting earlier.
RosA

Julia Dunnit said...

It's tough isn't it, being made to choose stuff! to he die is gorgeous. Had a little splurge myself at the shop where I do workshops...I may have to show and tell . Meanwhile, I love the finished page..can't get away from the cheerfulness of a lovely flowers, huh.

Chrysalis said...

Bury market sounds like fun, and your hubby is a keeper! Have a great weekend, Chris # 29