Wednesday, February 10

WOYWW!

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Most of you know by now that WOYWW is an acronym for What's on your work desk Wednesday? A movement which is led by the very eloquent Julia. In fact mine is more WLOYWFTN ... which is roughly translated to What's left on your work desk from Tuesday night? I did take the picture this morning ... I have to say that otherwise Susie Sugar will take steps to have me disbarred ... tis true she has tried and failed with others in the past :0)

Basically I watched the Taco Tuesday video last night with a celebrity guest appearance from none other than the very talented Lin Brown and I was itching to get my metal and moulds out. Sadly Mr Sandman hit me squarely between the eyes before I got any further than the mould work ... but if I get time I will finish this today and blog it later :0) Don't you just love those cogs?LB0902

Why so tired I hear you ask ... well I spent a productive and very enjoyable day teaching my Bean playing class at LB Crafts. It was a fabulous group of ladies ... as always ... and you can see them and their wonderful projects in the picture on the right. Sadly I chopped the lovely Vicky off the picture ... for which I am really really sorry ... but here you can see ... Sally, Jenny, Di, Sandra, Carol, Allyson and Ann. Thanks girls ... I hope you had as much fun as I did :0) And did n't they all do a fabulous job!

I have lots to do ... so I am Russian around today ... Moscow :0)

24 comments:

TinaB said...

OMG i love that mould! can't wait to see what you do with it x

Looks like another fab class! xx

Julia Dunnit said...

Your bean class looks like a lorra fun. If I were Vicky, I'd be miffed, of course! I do love those cogs..s'pose you're gonna cover that lovely metal in alcohol inks and make 'em un-shiney now huh? Strange then, that I still very keen to see whatcha do wiv it.

Effie said...

What a great looking mould...looking forward to seeing the result!

Wipso said...

Really love the mould and can't wait to see what you do with it. Sympathesise about the Sandman...he was chasing me all yesterday evening and has the habit of removing any working brain cells when he's around so I felt rather like a zombie all evening.
A x

Hayley said...

Will be checking back with interest as to what you make with the fab mould on your desk. Your ladies all look like they had a great time.

craftimamma said...

Fab mould Linda! That has to go on my wish list immediately. Looking forward to seeing the end result.

Oooh your classes look wonderful. So wish I was closer.

Lesley Xx

Helen said...

Love the mould too (is that really how it's spelt? Isn't there a different spelling for the mouldy old dough mould? Anyhow, I want one too.....

Hels said...

Neeeed that mold...like....nOW!!!! ROFL...looks like you have had a great day again yesterday hun xx

Liverpool Lou (Anne) said...

Yes well thanks for showing us just ONE item on your desk! Can't believe you're too shy to show us the real mess hehe. Yes I love the cog moulds - fabby ;) And the class looks so much fun. Love your little joke ;)
Anne xxx

pinky said...

Wow that is so interesting, such deep etching, need more info lol.
Pinky

Chrissie said...

I have never attempted any metal embossing, bit scary really, maybe one day I'll be grown up enough!
Chrissie

Janie said...

Can't wait to see what you do with that mold. The class looks at if it was fun, wish i'd been there:)

Sam said...

ha ha - Russian around indeed!! I shall have to pop back and see what you made with that mold eventually.

Sam said...

dang it - I just can't work out if I've spelt mold correctly - should it have been mould?!?

Lori said...

Good God, you're hilarious! Aren't those molds fab! Say...I just had an idea...mold 'n pour, TSS molds and then UTEE, for an embossed image, as compared to just pouring it on the molds...hmmm....

Paula Gale said...

I want to make a bean tin ( or rather something with an empty one!!)

I'm intrigued at the mould thing. That green thing would make a lovely cuttlebug embossing folder (would it work?)

big hugs

Paula x x x

Dan said...

What a great mould! :)

Pam said...

Oh that mould looks fab. Hugs Pam

Julie said...

Love that mould! Did a beginners metal class at the Craft Barn at the end of last year - it was brill- but at the moment all I have made is a load of match boxes - need to expand my repertoire!! Juliexx

Nikki said...

those molds are WOW and they must make the most beautiful papers
hugs Nikki
more desks to surf thru

Nikki said...

those molds are WOW and they must make the most beautiful papers
hugs Nikki
more desks to surf thru

Ann said...

Gorgeous mould Linda, so pleased your classes are going so well, not too many sleeps till Tim time now - take care & big hugs xxx

Jennie said...

I have that mould too :) just have to find time to play with it :(
xx

Carmen said...

Ohhhhhh me gawd. I love that cogtastic piece of moulding. Whatcha gonna do with it? Tell, tell!

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