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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

WOYWW349

Hello fellow deskers,
Wednesday again and you know what that means.
We get to show off our litte piece of heaven.
This is what mine looks like today


There is an almost finished art journal page with all the bits and pieces I used around it on my desk: gel sticks, posca pens, scrap paper. You might be wondering why there is babypowder on the table, well that is an ingredient of my homemade texture paste.

Last week I posted a picture of the kangoroutrolley in process and a lot of you couldn't exactly see how it would look like, well here is a picture of it nearly finished, still need to do some painting and drawing the face on.


Here you can see the pouch where you carry your stuff in around.


Now I've show you mine, now I'm off to see yours :-)

27 comments:

  1. The trolley makes much more sense now, thanks for sharing.
    Love to see the stuff you use for a journalingpage, it's always a lot :)

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  2. Love the trolley, it is such fun in its bright colours.
    Nice to see you are doing some journalling and what a lovely array of goodies you are using in your book.
    Hugs, Neet 1 xx

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  3. Always good to see a journalling page although I did try to see what the book was. Super trolley - no sign of a young joey around. Have a super week x Jackie 28

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  4. Oh, that kangaroo trolley made me smile! I wonder what treasures are going to end up in the pouch!?
    Hugs, LLJ 13 xx

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  5. What a fun trolly. I saw it in progress last week. It's good to see you are doing some journaling. (I'm not doing any at the moment, too busy doing other things)
    Thank you for your visit and have a good week,
    Lisca

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  6. Lovely page, very colourful and the kangaroo trolley looks so much fun! It's great that it runs on wheels so your son can pull it around! Happy WOYWW! zsuzsa #37

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  7. Great little kangaroo trolley! Just the thing for carting one's stuff around in. Your desk looks busy and productive and the art journal page looks very interesting.

    Thank you for your nice comment - like you, I adore Turkish Delight - that box has been used for pens for a long time lol! As for the screwdriver, you're the second person to say that - it's actually a glue gun lol! It's a Bosch - top of the range - I got fed up with el cheapo glue guns that put more melted glue on the desk than on my projects!

    Happy WOYWW,
    Shoshi #21

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  8. Thanks for showing the trolley! I was trying to picture it last week.

    Nice journal pages. Very colourful.

    Sharon K #44

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  9. Hi thought I would pop over and have just become your latest follower. I too love butterflies - love your name.

    Very tidy desk not like mine.

    crafty hugs Pen x #29

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  10. Thank you for visiting my blog! :)

    I never tried to make an Art Journal. Good idea thouhj to use small bits of papers and pieces. Leftovers might be good if I want to rey it...

    Have a great week!
    Sussie

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  11. The little trolley is fabulous and so clever - I love it. I love the journal page too - what gorgeous little houses, so quirky and cute, and such beautiful vivid colours.
    Hope you have a great week,
    Diana #53

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  12. Hi Vicky, Your journal page looks good. I must look into doing journals.

    By the way your number is 18, not 19. Mine was 20 when I first went onto Julia's blog, but it has changed to 19.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

    Happy WOYWW
    Sue #19

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  13. Hi Vicky, you have been having fun! Great journal page and your trolley made me smile, have fun filling your pouch. Thanks for your visit today. Have a creative week. Hugs MMx #32

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  14. I wasn't around last week so the trolley is new to me. What a super fun idea. The journal page is looking good. Barbxx #45

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  15. I love that Kango trolley, great job, and brilliant idea! I would love it if you'd share your ingredients for the texture paste!

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  16. I'm playing catch up today visiting my blogging friends. It was just too long a day yesterday to feel up to visiting before bedtime. Thanks for calling by at mine.
    I really love your kangoroutrolley.

    Hugs,
    Annie x #10

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  17. Hi there Vicky, a very cute kangaroo trolley with a Rudolph nose ...
    Or maybe it's not his nose, will see when you're done...

    Fun all round, I've made my own texture paste too with baby powder. Yes Oz is very beautiful and a land of real contrasts, droughts and flooding rains. I am very blessed to live where I do...
    Happy WOYWW, thanks for popping over!
    Shaz in Oz.x #15

    {Calligraphy Cards - Shaz in Oz}

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  18. Great design for your kanga trolly - handy for bits and bobs. x Jo

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  19. You journal is growing thicker. Cute trolley cart. I too thought it was a Rudolf nose. Thank you for the visit earlier. Diane 35

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  20. how you an have so many materials on your desk and it still looks tidy is a mystery to me!
    thanks for visiting
    Robyn2

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  21. Fun all round!!! I love that trolley! How wonderful for you to work together on such a great project.
    Big Hugs are in order I think.
    Bishopsmate #61

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  22. Thanks for the visit. I love the trolley. I also laughed at the tub of Boursin on your desk..is that an empty tub being reused? Or are you like me and you are eating it out of the tub with your fingers? Cx #46

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  23. Nice journal pages! Is the girl on the brown paper a stencil? Very cool.

    The trolley is interesting. I haven't been by desks in a while so it's all new to me.

    Happy belated WOYWW
    Peace, Kay (50)

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  24. I love the colorful and charming homes you collaged in your art journal. I'm also intrigued as to how you plan to use your kangaroo trolley. Thanks for the visit and blessings!

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  25. You sure have some fun projects! And that trolley, very cool! Thanks for the visit! Hope you have a great weekend.
    Carol N #41

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  26. Hi Vicky. Thanks for popping by my blog this week. My granddaughter would love the trolley! How creative. Your mention of 'homemade texture paste' piqued my curiosity. I'm also wondering about that silhouette. Is that from a stencil? Creative Blessings! Kelly #42

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  27. Je werkblad ziet er weer inspirerend uit Vicky! Leuk ook, die trolly. Ik zag het vorige week inderdaad niet zo, dus dank voor de duidelijke foto's. Mocht je ook een 'Chronicles' journal beginnen dan waarschuw ik je maar alvast: ik ben al aan mijn zevende journal/jaar bezig... je komt er nooit meer vanaf *lol* Heb een fijn weekend! Liefs uit Zeeland (een 'stil Zeeland') vandaag, yay! Marit #37

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