Tuesday, October 22, 2013

What’s on Your Workdesk? Wednesday 229

 

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Finished up these Turkeys.  Not to happy about the bow, I am thinking they would look better with a smaller bow…or No bow at all.  I have posted the recipe here.

This is going to be short today!  Just got back from a Stress Test.  I think they call it that, because it stress’s you out while you are there!  HA!

If you are wondering what “What’s on Your Workdesk – Wednesday 229 means…. This gal named Julia Dunnit , has a wonderful Blog named Stamping Ground.  Besides all the wonderful posts she does all week long, every Wednesday she Posts to this topic.  What’s on your workdesk.  This week, it is her 229th time!  Come join us for the fun!

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34 comments:

Create With Joy said...

I think your turkeys are adorable Robin!
Rest up from your stress test!

Create With Joy - 3
http://create-with-joy.com

sandysewin said...

Those turkeys are so cute, I love the colors you chose. But, yeah, don't bother with the bows, it hides them too much.

Thanks for stopping by my blog and for the kind comment.

Happy Woyww,

Sandy #18

Eliza said...

Great turkeys and the colours are just right, leave the bows.

happy WOYWW
Eliza & Yoda 13

Regina Hamilton said...

Love those turkey. I think the bow looks fine. happy crafting #4

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

amazing detail on turkeys and think it need be smaller the bow that is :D happy WOYWW Shaz in Oz.x #16 I think

Andrea said...

wow... fab turkeys; smaller or no bow would be my preference you would see the detail more then. Have fab week and happy woyww hope you get the time to go relax and de-stress Andrea #31

Maisie Moonshine said...

Hi Robin LOVE those turkeys but I think you're right a smaller bow will work even better. Sit down, have a nice cup of tea and try and relax. Hugs MMx #36

peggy apl said...

Those turkeys are wonderful! And yes, I think a smaller bow would work better to show off the lovely folded layers. Happy WOYWW!
Hugs,
peggy aplSEEDS@11

Helen said...

Great turkeys - I'd go without a bow, personally. You can use the mover and shaper dies on their own, between the normal plates but they work better in the tray that is available that has a magnetic bottom to grip the die to it. then they don't move around when you use them. Helen, 20

Lunch Lady Jan said...

The End!! Lol, that made me laugh! Love the turkeys, great fun...without the bow for me :-)
Hugs, LLJ 7 xx

Janene McAnally said...

Lol your post has to be one of the shortest that I have ever read on WOYWW! I love your turkeys and agree with the others that the bow should to go :-)! I am sorry I read on Create with Joy's blog #3 that you lost your cousin to breast cancer Robin...I just WISH that they would find a cure!! I have lost too many people that I love to the dreaded disease including my handsome husband and now his best friend has only weeks to live, some times it feels too much. But what can you do, but be there and love them.
I hope that you have a wonderful week and happy WOYWW :-).
Janene #5

butlersabroad said...

Love the turkeys but lose the bow in my opinion! They look fantastic on their own and you can see the detail. Hope the stress test wasn't too stressful!

Hugs
Brenda 1

Julie Ann Lee said...

Those turkeys are fabulous: what an amazing idea! Yes, I think the bows are unnecessary - I agree with Brenda! Thanks for the visit! Julie Ann xx #28

famfa said...

Sure turkeys with or without bow. Hope you at less stressed
Famfa 2

Sandy Leigh said...

Cutest turkeys ever! Thanks for your visit. Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #35

Hammers said...

Thanks for swinging by Robin, love the turkeys, I agree no bow needed. Cx #37

Lisa said...

What brilliant designs, thanks for sharing and visiting me too :D
Lisa
#33

BJ said...

Love the turkeys, think I'd lose the bow though. Thanks for the visit this week BJ#26

April Story said...

What beautiful tail feathers your turkey has. :-) Hope you passed the stress test with flying colors. :-) April #29

Robyn said...

cute turkeys. I agree about the bow!
thanks for visiting!
Robyn 10

Deb said...

wow, they are so amazing, love them, definitely without the bow!
Debxx

Shaz Brooks said...

Love the turkeys, with different colours, they'd make fabulous Peacocks! Have a great week, Hugs, Shaz #34 xx

Neet said...

Wow, those turkeys are amazing! As soon as I saw them I fell in love.
Try to chill out a bit, put your feet up and read a book or something similar - stress tests are bad if they stress you out.
Thanks for visiting me earlier - have a good week. Hugs, Neet 24 xx

trisha too said...

Your turkeys are wonderful--what gorgeous tails! (The end, you funny lady!)

Thank you for stopping by this WOYWW, Robin--and you're right, I've been spending a little too much time with those stamps lately!
:)trisha
#32 this week
with happy mail

Darnell J Knauss said...

Robin, your turkeys are regal and phenomenal!! Thank you so much for sharing the link. I agree with you that the ribbon is too big and prolly no ribbon is best to showcase those stunning tail "feathers!" That butt view is priceless!! Happy WOYWW! Have a wonderful week and thanks for stopping by to visit me! Darnell #12

My name is Cindy said...

Loving those turkeys!! Thanks for your visit, Cindy #30

Danie May said...

What fabulous turkeys, I just adore those tail feathers.....lol. I agree the bow should go. I am sure these will look wonderful at Thanksgiving whereever they find a home. Thanks for sharing and have a great week! Danie #25

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

Cool! I love the way you used that series of rosettes to form the turkey's tail. Blessings!

Queen Lightwell said...

Love the turkeys! But I'm with you on the bow...think it kinda detracts from the gorgeous detail of your turkeys and they could probably do without them. Thanks for sharing the pics and how-to, I will have to check it out when I get a few. Take care and enjoy the WOYWW! :) Deeyll #107

The Taming of the Glue said...

Loving those turkeys, they're fantastic. I wouldn't bother with a bow, they're great as they are. Hugs. Pam#38

Krisha said...

LOL, love the turkeys and the end shot!
Thanks for the visit this week
Krisha #44

Julia Dunnit said...

Oh Robin, you say the kindest things...and make the surest turkeys! They are fab, what a great idea..and the very discreet bottoms!

Karen Ives said...

They are lovely, I say no to the bow.
Thank you for visiting.
Karen #54

Kyla said...

Love them, I agree with the no bow option.
thanks for visiting me already
kyla #50