Wednesday, March 6, 2013

WOYWW-196

It's Wednesday again! Boy does that day just roll around quick! A few weeks ago I was working on weaving a card. I told you all, I was not going to give up on it. Well I am telling you, I got out my scissors and cut it up to tiny little pieces, THAT FELT SO GOOD! I was humming Ya gotta know when to fold them. I feel better now that I got that off my chest.

So what's that up yonder! I grabbed my blocks my hubbie cut and sanded for me. Painted them last night and having dreams how to decorate them!

A gal by the name of Julia is having an open house! Go visit her blog and it will open up the world of craft rooms all over the world to you today! She calls it WOYWW. What's on your work desk -Wednesday.

 

15 comments:

Maisie Moonshine said...

Hey Robin how's it going! That's a beautiful colour you've mixed up there - can't wait to see step 2 in the process. Have a happy week MM x #99

Maisie Moonshine said...

Hi again and thanks for your visit. The syringe is for applying PinFlair silicone glue - it does the job very well but I'm afraid it's not very exciting! MM x

Heather Alger said...

Beautiful deep red for those blocks looks greatx
Happy WOYWW Heather #59

Gibby Frogett said...

Happy WOYWW so intruiged now to see what you create with those lovely looking blocks.. Gill x #45

Monica said...

Hope the blocks turn out as i am sure they willbe harder to cut!

Ria Gall said...

oh I can't wait to see what you do with those
Have a great WOYWW thank you for sharing your workspace today
Ria #39

Liz Black said...

Looking forward to seeing what you do with those blocks! I have a box full of wood offcuts and have had a few ideas that I need to get started. You've inspired me! Thanks for sharing and Happy Woyww Liz at 147 x

Anna said...

Can't wait to see what you do with your blocks!! Love the red!

Queen Lightwell said...

lol I bet that felt good! I can't imagine how much work had gone into trying to weave a card, that just sounds incredibly complex, but good on you for trying your hand at it anyways. :) Can't wait to see how the blocks turn out, have a great WOYWW! Deeyll #68

MaggieC said...

I usually manage to rescue my disasters somehow, but putting a wall on top of a fence while stamping does not qualify for rescue. I wish I had thought of your method of getting rid. What are the blocks intended for. I am intrigued. Have a good week. xx Maggie #37

Di said...

Oooer, those blocks do look interesting. Wonder what you have planned for them :)

Belated Happy WOYWW, hugs, Di xx #42

butlersabroad said...

Lol, you're STILL weaving those papers!! What are the plans for the block then? Early Valentines perhaps?

Hugs
Brenda 104

fairy thoughts said...

Hi
those blocks look interesting, I wonder what you are going to do with them. Thanks for your comments the other day, the white bottle with the yellow top is glue, it is very clever because you dont need to wait for the glue to run down to the opening.
thanks for sharing
janet #43

Alison Scott said...

Curious about what you're going to do with the blocks, waiting with baited breath.
Now singing that song - will be all night - thanks (not!)
I'm late visiting for WOYWW as was offline yesterday,
Have a good week
Alison
#34

Katie said...

Can't wait to see what you do with those blocks :)

Katie (114)