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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

WOYWW 358

Wednesday equals to WOYWW or What’s On Your Workdesk.
All details about this blog hop can be found here with our chief desker.
Do join in in the fun, because that is exactly what this is FUN. 

So on to my workdesk today, 


it actually looks a bit sad if you ask me, not much been going on the last couple of days.
The combination of other obligations and not feeling too well.
What is on my desk are some items I picked up while shopping for some large canvases I need for one of my Wanderlust classes. There are some flowers and washi sheets, never heard of them so I grabbed a couple of them.


I’ve never worked on such a large scale (60x80cm), but I am challenging myself.


23 comments:

  1. I am behind with the big projects on Wanderlust, I'm only just about keeping up with the Wanderlust book, (one prompt behind ha ha) good luck! Helen #1

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  2. I'd think those Washi Sheets would come inhandy for a quick card.pretty colours and designs.

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  3. Ooh, scary size to be working on but it's good to work out of your comfort zone though! Looking forward to seeing what you do,
    Diana #19

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  4. Hope you feel better soon and are back in full creative flow so that we can see what you do with all your stuff
    Lynn 13

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  5. Washi sheets? I never heard of that before too... let us know how/if it works, it sounds very interesting! Good luck on the canvas - I try to work that big (or bigger) sometimes but for me it is a real struggle too... however, it's good to challenge yourself every now and then. Happy woyww and a hug from Holland, Marit #26

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  6. First of all I hope you are soon feeling much better and back to earnest crafting.
    WOW!!! That is a big piece to be working on, I would not know where to start, or where to put it whilst I worked on it. Good Luck! Enjoy!
    Hugs, Neet 2 xx

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  7. Your desk is not sad, it's just desk in waiting Lol! That is one large canvas, look forward to seeing what you do on it. Happy woyww, Angela x 16

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  8. Hi Vicky, wow, that is one enormous canvas. I'd be sat staring at it for months, too afraid to even start!.Have a great week, Hugs, Shaz #3 xxx

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  9. I've seen some washi sheets on eBay but have no idea how to use them. Perhaps for matting? Do let us know what you do with them! Hope you're feeling better now. Happy WOYWW! zsuzsa #32

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  10. PS: Oh, yeah, that is a big canvas! You'll probably need an easel for that or hang it on the wall to work on! Is it for the Flora Bowley lesson? I did that on a 12X9", but I think her sort of work is better suited for larger formats. Good luck - it's quite a challenge!

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  11. Hope you're feeling better. That is a big canvas - a good challenge. Your desk looks wonderfully tidy, ready for a creative session.

    Happy WOYWW
    Sharon K #36

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  12. I hope you get to feeling better. Good luck on your new challenge. You'll do great in sure!
    Have a great day.
    Diane - WOYWW #29

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  13. Hope you feel better very soon.

    Crafty hugs Pen x #30

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  14. Hope you are feeling better by now. That really is a very big canvas, good luck, I am sure it will be awesome!
    Happy WOYWW!
    Tertia #44

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  15. Can't wait to see what you're going to do with that BIG canvas! I have one half that size and I haven't a clue what I'm going to do with that yet! Elaine no. 51

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  16. No need to fret, I don't believe your working space looks sad. It's full of love and life. I can't wait to see what you do with that canvas. I just adore painting on canvas.
    Wishing you a creative fun week to come... hope to see you next week again at WOYWW♥
    Hugs,
    MiSchra ♥ #42

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  17. Sorry that you're not feeling so good. Hope you feel better soon. Looking forward to seeing how the canvas works out. Cara x

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  18. Yikes,that's a large piece of canvas - I would be very unsure too, but somehow I know that you will pull it off. I would put it off! I haven't seen washi paper either, good buy!!

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  19. Just a quick reply - the craft room looks out onto the porch. Wish it looked out to the garden so I had natural light but hey ho, I have a dedicated craft room.
    Hugs, Neet 2 xx

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  20. All looks very neat, love the colours, a blank canvas can be daunting, but once you start on it you will be fine
    Jill

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  21. No, I hadn't heard of Washi sheets before either. Are they self adhesive? They will come in habdy for some quick projects as the designs are nice.
    Thank you for visiting mine and have a great week,
    Lisca

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  22. Seems I'm not alone in not having heard of Washi sheet, seems like there are a lot of us waiting to see what you do with them. That board is very large, we are also waiting to see what you do with that.
    Thanks for visiting my page, and I would definitely recommend Pan Pastel, I mush prefer them to inks, much easier to use, but they are getting much harder to obtain, on line only. Don't know if you will have any more options in Belgium,any good craft shops selling them.
    Bye Chris #4

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  23. Hello and I hope you are feeling a bit better now. Thanks for popping by. I have tried the 5-2 diet - I was doing quite well - need to try and get back onto it. Anne x 24

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