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Hi, Welcome to my Blog. I'm an avid crafter; Scrapbooking, Cards, ATCs, Tags, Altered Books, Art Journaling, Décopatch, Knitting, Crochet, and Embroidery amongst other things. I live in Surrey, UK with my husband and son. For exercise I play badminton and I have been Geocaching since 2009 and now and again Pokémon Go. I run UK based on-line papercraft and stitchers groups.

Wednesday, 20 November 2013

WOYWW #233 - Cards & Decopatch

Not felt like much this week after last week's Wisdom Tooth Extraction. Still quite sore.

On my desk, I have just taken delivery of my décopatch order. They are always so prompt, a delightful on-line store I must say.

One thing I noticed is that all the items to décopatch are made in the Phillipines so helping their economy each time I buy.

The pink tags are from a Magazine Freebie, yes sucked in again, but they came with a set of 3 nesting tag dies so who could resist. The magazine - Papercraft Essentials Issue 100.

I did manage to stick and finish off my 3 quilling cards but had no mind to make any more quilling items.


I did make some other cards, but they were more out of necessity than anything else.

First a card for my son's friend's 14th birthday. I cheated a little and copied my son's of last year as they play the same computer games.


Next up a couple of "New Home"cards. One for the UKPC craft club swap and the other for one of the members who was moving. Oh I guess you'll all know by now as she is a WOYWW lady too. Hopefully she'll be settled enough to join in this week - Hi Elizabeth!

So that's me folks, pop along to Julia's "new look" blog for links to desks around the world.

14 comments:

Peg Robinson said...

wow lots of great cards. Love the string of lights. Peg #46

House of Bears said...

Well what a lot of loveliness for us to admire this week. We really like the quilled lights, how clever.

Bears @#57

Neil said...

Hi.
Lovely cards this week. You've been nice and busy.
Hope you have a good week.
Neil #30

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Cor, I haven't seen quilling for ages...it's so effective a technique, isn't it? I love the selection of decopatch papers too, gorgeous colours!
HUgs, LLJ 41 xx

Shaz Brooks said...

So many fab cards, BJ. Love to see your quilling. Have a great week, Hugs Shaz #36xx

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Love the quilling cards! That's one area of paper crafting that I decided I didn't need to get involved in. You have so many neat little things tucked amongst your desk. Happy playing!

Julia Dunnit said...

aw poor you, wisdom teeth and removal of is a bugger..don't suffer gal, keep taking the paracetamol!! I understand about the quilling, but have to say you've made a fab job, particularly like the design of the light bulbs.

Jackie said...

I hope you feel brighter soon.... Mine was really bad when I had it taken out !
Jackie 33

Elizabeth said...

Hi BJ, lovely post - your desk looks ready for lots of crafting even if you are still getting over your wisdom tooth extraction. Hope the soreness goes soon. Quilling ... never been tempted to try this as it seems quite fiddly but your cards are lovely ... the Christmas tree is super. Love the New Home card - the sentiment inside is so appropriate and cheered me up immensely when I read it. Have a great week, Elizabeth (breaking from unpacking crafty stash) x #43

Krisha said...

Wonderful quilled cards, and I know Elizabeth will love her new move card....it's perfect!
Krisha #4

Maria Ontiveros said...

Hope you're feeling better BJ! I've been out of pocket for most of this month. I particularly loved your poppies. Looking forward to visiting more regularly!
Rinda

Helen said...

Hi, love the cards - and all that decopatch paper.. hmmmm!! Hope your tooth (or the gap!) feels better soon....Sorry I couldn't get here yesterday, my pc wouldn't play nicely! Helen 3

Ali H said...

Sorry you are still feeling down in the mouth !!! Great cards though ! Ali #28

glitterandglue said...

What lovely quilled cards, BJ. Like the new home effects, too. Have a good week.
Margaret #20