Wednesday, 15 October 2014

WOYWW 15th October, 2014

Here is my WOYWW (What's On Your Workbench Wednesday).  If you want to know more about this weekly event, take a look at Julia's blog http://stamping-ground.blogspot.co.uk



All I have this week is a card made using some of my own stash and some freebies from a magazine.




Happy WOYWW.

26 comments:

  1. That's a lovely card, Sue - love the turquoise colour and the jaunty angle of the picture. It works really well :-)
    Hugs, LLJ 23 xx

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  2. What a lovely card!!! I'm sure the person who receives it will be thrilled!

    Happy Crafting!
    Jeannie #21

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  3. Very pretty card Sue
    hugs to Polly
    Happy WOYWW
    Laura
    47

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  4. Your card looks fabulous! zsuzsa @ InkyDinkyDoodle #50

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  5. Sue, lovely papers and oh so pretty image.

    Hugs
    Sue

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  6. LLJ, Thank you. I often do things at an angle, as I have a job to keep things straight.

    Jeannie, Thank you. The ladies birthday is in a couple of days.

    Laura, Thank you. Polly says thanks for the hugs.

    Zsuzsa, Thank you.

    Sue, Thank you.

    Hazel, Thank you.

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  7. Great card Sue. Happy WOYWW Anne x #27

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  8. What a lovely card. I love the color!
    Thank you for letting me peep over your shoulder.
    Have a good week,
    a hug and God bless,
    Lisca#26

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  9. A lovely card - that bright border is just perfect. Love, Chris # 16

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  10. Lovely card, very pretty.
    Have a great week and happy crafting, Angela x 41

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  11. Pretty card and from stash! Nice going! Creative Blessings! Kelly #56

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  12. I'm guessing nobody ever says "I saw this card in the store" when they get one from you! It's really unique!

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  13. Anne, Thank you.

    Lisca, Thank you.

    Chris, Thank you. I thought the border would make it stand out.

    Angela, Thank you.

    Kelly, Thank you.

    houndstooth, Thank you for your lovely comment.

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  14. Great vintage card, Sue! Hope your week is going well! hugs, de

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  15. Donna, Thank you.

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  16. Thank you for your sincere comments on my recent blog post, Sue.
    I was not sure if health issues should be shared or not, but since my internet circle of friends is my link with the outside world, I didn’t want any misunderstandings to crop up. I am enjoying our budding friendship. Yes, FMS/CFS is part of my problem. I am sorry you contend with those dreaded diseases, too. Karen at Stamping in Pink has the same issues as well. I think there might be a lot of people with FMS. Some have it earlier in life, and some are fortunate to go into "remission" frequently. I hope they soon isolate the gene for this so a cure can be found!)
    hugs,
    de

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  17. Donna, I know several people with Fibro and or CFS. I'm going to get in touch with you via your blog.

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  18. Nice card, Sue, and a lovely colour. I made a turquoise one this week too - all Peacock Feathers distress ink.

    Happy belated WOYWW,
    Shoshi #37

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  19. Soshi, Thank you. Yours sounds nice.

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  20. Thank you for your return visit, Sue, and I'm glad you like my projects!

    I see you are an M.E./Fibro sufferer. I have M.E. too. Today I am crashed out on the recliner unable to do anything... However, tomorrow is another day!

    Shoshi

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  21. Shoshi, Just realised I typed your name wrong earlier, sorry.

    Hope you can recharge your batteries and have a better day. Sending positive energy your way and of course hugs (((Shoshi))).

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  22. Sue, a very classy card for a very special lady. Guess what moved into our neighborhood. A new neighbor and guess what she has....a rescue Grayhound. I've only waved at her, my intent is to make an up close and personal meet this week.

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  23. Mary, Thank you for your very kind comments.

    You must get to know your neighbour and the Greyhound. Would love toknow about it.

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  24. Sue, such a classy image - shows how a well dressed lady of a bygone era dressed. I love it! It was a great image combined with some pretty papers to make such an elegant card. Hope things are going ok. I have a good friend who deals with fibro M. as well. Hope that you don't have a flare with all the stress you're under. Big hugs - and oh yes, love the paws background of the blog. Keep forgetting to say that! Happy Sunday.

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  25. MaryH, Thank you for your kind comments.

    Things going day by day here. Can see I'm making progress with clearing the bungalow now. Brother and sil up next Monday for funeral and to help with the bungalow, so should get it all done.

    I like the background and haven't found anything better for a long time.

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