Wednesday, November 08, 2017

WOYWW #440

Another Wednesday, time to peek at each others desks and projects! If you want to know what WOYWW is, just go to  and all will be revealed!  

Greetings everyone! I have nothing to show this week. I have been busy working and recovering from work, hardly going into my stamping room at all this week. I will hopefully get in there this week, as I have several ideas floating around! Here is my desk this morning:

 Nothing much to see here except a Michael's bag! And here is what's inside: more glue for my unmounting project, and the Tim Holtz pile of cut out people.

I am looking forward to working with the cut out people, I've wanted this for awhile, felt that after all that work, I deserved it! So hopefully I can show you next week what's floating around in my head this week!

So here's my November garden instead. A bit of a sorry sight, but a few interesting things: 

Still some flowers blooming! Impatiens and Marigolds!
The beautiful red berries on our Crab Apple tree!

My geraniums aren't still blooming, but the pot still looks good!

 I have two kinds of Hydrangeas, one beside the other, but they look very different today! This one looks terrible,

While this one looks very pretty!

Well, hopefully I will have more art to show next week, and maybe even some Christmas Cards (we can only hope!).

Here is Inky saying "hello" and "Treat time please!" So I'm off to deliver treats! 

I will visit as many people as I can, anyone who has my ending # in their ending number, and anyone who comments on my post. I value all your comments and look forward to reading them!
I wish everyone an awesome week!



Lunch Lady Jan said...

Oh we all have crafting doldrums occasionally, you'll be whizzing through your Christmas cards before long. I love gardens when they're starting to shut down for the winter, always so interesting 💖
Hugs LLJ 8 xxx

shazsilverwolf said...

Hi Linda, love your garden shots. We haven't yet had any real frosts, so I do actually have geraniums flowering still, along with Dahlias, and even some Petunias, although they are looking very ragged, and need pulling. Maybe at the weekend, lol. Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #10 XxX

Helen said...

until I forced myself to start some Christmas cards at the weekend, I've not done anything for weeks.. need to keep at it though, but card making is not my favourite activity any more! Hope you get some relaxation soon! Helen #1

Anne said...

Hi there. Sorry your crafting is taking such a backseat at the moment. Your garden is looking and sounding much like mine. Anne x #26

Ellie said...

Naw I hope you can manage to squeeze some crafty time in soon. I am intruidged by these ideas you are having hehe
Have a lovely week
Ellie #7

glitterandglue said...

Hi Linda. Sounds like you have been manically busy at work! I haven't done any Christmas cards for myself yet either - plenty for others, but none for me. The way I'm going I shall be buying them this year!!!
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #3

Sarah Brennan said...

Hi Linda, I do hope you have some time to play with those Paper Dolls soon; they are so cute and I've just ordered the Christmas version having both the previous sets already. Hope work eases off soon and meow to Inky! Sarah #27

Diana Taylor said...

Your new project sounds exciting - I love Tim Holtz images - he has some great things that just call out to be bought, but I haven't succumbed to the people yet. I'm looking forward to seeing what you do with them. Good luck with the Christmas cards - I always find the initial starting is the hardest part, and then I whiz through them quite happily!
Have a great week,
Diana x #13

Heather M said...

Hi Linda, the Tim Holtz cut out people look interesting, I'm looking forward to seeing what you make. I've been in the garden this week, trying to get it ready for winter, but I gave up. I'll get the local gardener to sort it I think. Have a lovely week Heather #5

Felix the Crafty Cat said...

Hi Linda, I have some of those Tim Holtz cut outs but just haven't got round to using them so look forward to seeing what you do with yours. Happy creative belated woyww, Angela x14x

Zsuzsa Karoly-Smith said...

One good side effect of working is that you can justify buying new art products, so go on treat yourself (and Inky)! You deserve it! Hope you'll have more time for arting this week! I know working full time plus housework, cooking, etc can be exhausting and soul destroying. I'm not sure the suffragettes thought this through LOL! Thanks for visiting earlier! Hope to see you again later this week! zsuzsa #15

Kelly said...

thanks for sharing the garden pics. They are part of our creative spaces, too. I've been picking up TH people recently. I saw a journal on youtube the gal used them a lot in the journal... and it sold for over $300! She has inspired me to do one but in fabric. We shall see. So many projects, so little time. Creative Blessings! Kelly #30

Shoshi said...

Nothing on my desk for another week, either, Linda... I love your garden photos - such fabulous colours. It's a lovely time of year and even when things are dying back they are beautiful, don't you think? Say hi to Inky from me and our 2 naughty girls... thank you for your visit and sorry to be such ages replying - as you will see from the upcoming WOYWW post, we've had quite a week of it with the kittens!! When our old Beatrice had an operation on the back of her neck the vet said put her in a T-shirt but we couldn't find one small enough and my hubby bought a prem babygro for her and it had a frilly skirt on it! She looked sooo cute! Well done you, rescuing those poor kitties. I really can't understand anyone abandoning animals in the way they do - especially, as you say, when there are plenty of rescue centres nowadays. Glad you enjoyed the aquarium pics too - it's a lovely place to visit.

Happy very belated WOYWW,
Shoshi #9

Monica said...

Well Inky looks fit and happy and your garden has the winter woes.
SO just do what you can when you can.
Monica #32