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Wednesday, November 4, 2015

WOYWW#.335

Hello and welcome to my desk or actually I should say welcome to our desk, because this week I'm sharing it with my son. He has his own desk but currently we are working on the same project. We are following the free workshop from Carolyne Dube permission to play. 


It is so awesome to see how free he still is in his play, no limitations in his imagination or abilities, hopefully it stays like that.
here is a close up of his pages in process

and of mine


Thanks for stopping by and I will visit as many other desks as possible because it is just plain old fun to see other people's workdesk. If you want to find more out about WOYWW, check out Julia Dunnit spot here who hosts this awesome bloghop.

31 comments:

  1. what fun you and your son are having together!! Happy WOYWW Helen #5

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  2. Dat ziet er een heel leuk project uit! Ik ben benieuwd naar het eindresultaat! Veel plezier nog en bedankt om bij mij langs te komen

    Groetjes, Sofie #11
    http://sofies-succulent-beads.blogspot.be/

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  3. Glad your son is joining in your fun and I hope that creative urge never leaves him. All of my art starts off as mixed media play. Jackie 14 x

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  4. I joined in on the fun! Thank you for the link. It's wonderful that the two of you are working on this together!

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  5. I wish my family would take part in art projects. What a beautiful collection of bright fun pages.
    sandra de @19

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  6. How lovely that your son enjoys crafting as much as you do! Long may that continue!
    Hugs, LLJ 18 xxx

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  7. What a lot of fun going on there. How lovely that you can craft together like that. Enjoy!!
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #2

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  8. Looks like you've been busy and with a companion too.
    Thanks for the visit to mine, have a good woyww and happy crafting, Angela x 23

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  9. So lovely to do this workshop together with your son! It's cute that he has his own desk in your craft room. My son often sits opposite me at our dining room table - with me working on my art, and him working on his maths homework! I know it doesn't seem fair, LOL! Happy WOYWW! zsuzsa #31

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  10. How wonderful to craft alongside your child - I had hoped one of my four but now luck. He is really talented - tell him to keep up the good work.
    Have a good week
    Christine
    Bishopsmate #38

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  11. Hi, it sounds as though you and you son are having a great time together. Looks like a fun project to be sharing. Have a great week, hugs, Shaz #7 xx

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  12. What a great idea, sharing the project with your son - it looks like you have both been very busy and it looks like a colourful fun time is being had by all! Have a great week,
    Diana #26

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  13. How lovely to be crafting with your son. Love all the bright colours.
    Have a great week.
    Hugs,
    Annie x # 24

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  14. What a privilege to do art with your son! How old is he? Both your work is awesome and colorful!
    Thanks for visiting earlier,
    Have a good week,
    Lisca

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  15. Your son looks like he inherited your artistic talent! Both of your pages are gorgeous!

    Suzanne #44

    Suzanne

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  16. What wonderful artwork you two have done with all the splashy wonderful color! It would be amazing if you could frame all those squares together like a quilt. Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #40

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  17. Wow so vibrant in colour and lovely you can craft with your son all day and everyday, I still have to wait until my friends and I are free
    Bridget #1

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  18. What fun to play with your son. Great project - love the cards you've both done.

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  19. I am loving all the bright colours.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

    Happy WOYWW
    Sue #17

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  20. Oh how fab that you're both working on something together, and such fab patterns and colours! Long long may the inhibition continue!

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  21. How lovely that you craft with your son. I love to craft with my grandchildren. Thanks for visiting - sorry I'm late - went out for lunch but and was much longer than I expected- good though. Anne x #27

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  22. Happy WOYWW and yes enjoy crafting with your son. RobynO#28

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  23. I can see how much fun you've both been having with all those gorgeous colours - my son is all grown up now, but we still love creating things together. Enjoy the rest of your week :o) Annie C #33

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  24. Such wonderful rich colours. A very productive desk and so neat and tidy even though two of you are working on the desk.
    Lizzie J #35

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  25. How lovely that you and your son can work together on what seems a very interesting project. Your pieces look wonderful. Have a great week. Elizabeth x #42

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  26. It sounds as if you and your son are having a great time together. Wish I could get my friend's daughter interested in crafting - I think I have exhausted all avenues. Just enjoy whilst you can.
    Hugs, Neet 8 (thanks for the visit yesterday - I was busy crafting all day)

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  27. How wonderful to create together with your son! His pages are more loose indeed... it's a shame we adults 'forget' and lose the ability to just 'go and play'... we think of 'techniques' and what we learned and 'how to'... we can learn a lot from our children! Happy play-week Vicky, enjoy enjoy! Hug from Zeeland, Marit #21

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  28. How fun that you and your son are working together creatively. Take care Zo xx 32

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  29. Oh, how wonderful to get to do that with your son! It is so important to make sure that everyone learns to just be free and create you are giving him a great gift! Thanks for stopping by!
    Angie #45

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  30. How lovely to be sharing a space and crafting with your son. Thanks for stopping by earlier.

    Fiona #51

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  31. What a great idea to be creating together - he is a lucky boy. x

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