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Wednesday, April 20, 2016

WOYWW 359

It’s that day of the week again.
And that’s a good thing.
It’s WOYWW; where I’ll show you mine and you show me yours.
All details about this awesome bloghop of workdesks around the globe can be found at our headchiefdesker Julia over at The stamping Ground.

What’s the state of my desk this Wednesday
Well



I’m in the midsts of one of my JAM pages.
You can also see a copy of mixed media girls by Suzi Blu which the mailman brought me yesterday.
I haven’t used the washi sheets yet but have already in mind what I’m going to do with them, hopefully I’ll find some time the coming next day to execute them.

The canvases are also still bare, but my fingers are itching to get started, anyone know where I can buy some extra time in a day??

Addition (8:13am): Everybody is curious about the JAM (=Journal About Me) it is a year long challenge held by Tiare Smith, she gives us a prompt and challenge each friday and we are creating in the round.All my entries can be found under the tab JAM.

28 comments:

  1. was about to ask what JAM was then caught sight of the picture in your side bar... when you find the extra time please let me know.... Helen #1

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  2. Me too, I am curious at what JAM is, I was looking for some preserving jars hahahaha. We have much cooler weather now so its more comfortable which is a godsend, its been a hot horrid summer this year
    Bridget #2

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  3. I was thinking the same as the other ladies that it had something to do with Jam you spread.
    Happy crafting jill #5

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  4. Can't say I know what a JAM page is but the green circle is jolly nice. Thanks for visiting me despite my erroneous linking BJ was #4, then #16 finally #17 but may end up as #15 if my incorrect links are removed!

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  5. You have some love bits and pieces on your desk today..the JAM project sounds fun!!
    Hugs, LLJ 14 xxx

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  6. JAM project sounds great! Is that Suzi Blu book useful? I have never seen it before. Oh, and if you do find anywhere selling extra time can you send me the link? Happy Wednesday, Cindy #29

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  7. Thanks for clarifying JAM you had us all intrigued. Great projects and products on your desk and I can't get over how pretty your paper towel looks :)
    Sandra de @11

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  8. Fab ideas... I have just started a scrapbook about me.. so no-one can forget me when I'm gone

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  9. A lovely creative space. Do you think we can steal a time turner from the Harry Potter books somewhere? Cara x

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  10. Love the sound of a JAM. I have done similar in a Smash Journal. Great fun to look back on. Take care Zo xx 35

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  11. I love your work space it looks so cosy.

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  12. hi Vicky you are sharing some great ideas there, love the work on your desk and wonder why you have all the circles on the green piece and also to the right of it.. I am gathering it is a circle stencil perhaps?
    Glad I came along after to see JAM explanation :D
    Thanks so much for sharing.
    Happy WOYWW! Shaz in Oz.x # 34

    {Shaz in Oz – Calligraphy Cards}

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  13. An exciting looking workdesk. Lots of lovely spritzers too. Barbx #26

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  14. Jamming sounds like fun but a lot of work maybe, I wish I had more time.
    Jill

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  15. I have that book too! I like how she uses beeswax in her work, which I'm looking into! I was intrigued about JAM as well. I'll take a look at some of your entries. Happy WOYWW! zsuzsa #36

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  16. hahaha I did wonder what Jam was and now I know :) always learn something on the blog hop with WOYWW days. Have a great one.

    crafty hugs Pen x #32

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  17. hahaha I did wonder what Jam was and now I know :) always learn something on the blog hop with WOYWW days. Have a great one.

    crafty hugs Pen x #32

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  18. The JAM sounds like a great project. I am terrible about keeping up on those kind of things. The only one I am managing is the Photo 366 which is working out well (so far!)

    Your desk looks wonderfully productive.

    Have a great week
    Sharon K #49

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  19. Glad you explained JAM seeing all I could think of was jelly. Is start it but never finish it impressed you can keep up with them hugs Nikki 3

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  20. I love mixed media! Looks interesting. Don't we love to get our fingers dirty! Happy WOYWW! #54

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  21. I would have been one of those people asking about JAM, so thanks for explaining that for me. Sounds interesting.
    Yes, there are never enough hours in the day! Even now I am retired!
    Thanks for visiting earlier,
    Have a good week,
    Lisca

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  22. JAM sounds interesting. When you find the extra time - send some of it my way ;-)
    Bernice #23

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  23. I suspect you are really enjoying JAM. I already had tooooo much on my plate to add this, but I know she is a great inspiration.
    Thanks for sharing
    ENJOY Pat #67

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  24. JAM sounds interesting thanks for explaining. Lots of interesting stuff on your desk too. Thanks for the visit to mine and happy woyww, Angela x 25

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  25. Don't we all want to find that 'extra time' - decided whilst writing this that we need a cleaner, washer, chef, personal maid to allow us not to have to do anything but craft. In my case I would need a masseuse as well as crafting is getting at my neck at the moment - drat!
    Thanks for the explanation about JAM - am now wondering about the Suzi Blu book? I have actually met her and taken a quick class with her in America plus I did one online ages ago - she is as zany as zany but so lovely.
    Hugs, Neet - thanks for visiting me when I was out yesterday xx

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  26. The JAM project sounds really interesting - I love the work you are doing, that green is gorgeous!
    Thanks so much for visit to mine earlier, I hope you have a great week,
    Diana #28

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  27. Ooh I love her book....mine has been well used so I look forward to seeing what inspires you from it.
    Kyla #7

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  28. Hello Vicky. That is always a keep up with the JAM book was going to do one about 10 years ago but never got around to really getting into it as time wasn't there. Thanks for visiting my blog and saying those sweet comments to.... Hoping not to run out of steam with my organizing. I love your desk and how handy to have plugs right behind it I have extension cords running up behind mine. Have a super week Hugs~Anne L#12

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