“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” ....Oscar Wilde

Wednesday, 15 August 2012

What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday ~ WOYWW #167

 It's WOYWW time again...
Basically on a Wednesday it's time to open your door and let everyone in to see what you're up to...well on your workdesk that is! Visitors can come from all over the world....so be prepared....get that kettle on!
 There are so many talented artists and crafters out there...there's always something to capture your interest or inspire you so pop over to take a look at Julia's blog at Stamping Ground to check out what everyone's up to...
Now let me show you what's happening on my desk this week....

Once again my poor dining room table is my workdesk, but at least it's getting lots of attention. 
It won't be long now before I can relocate back into the studo...well I'm keeping a positive attitude here. 
The light is brilliant in there but I need it to be a fair few degrees warmer to enable me to sit and work. 

 I've been making my doodles into cards for my Etsy shop. 
They seem to be a grouped together in a theme of Australian icons...which wasn't a preconceived notion...they just arrived! They'll hopefully arrive in the shop in the next day or so...so if you want a closer look just click on the Etsy shop logo in my sidebar. ;D
 I've also got my frog design completed now, but he had to stay overnight at the printers! 
I do hope he's okay and plan to pick him up later today....so I'll pop back later and add him in here for you to see.
As well as visiting the printers I also nipped to my local art suppliers yesterday too and can you see...I'm now the proud owner of four Copic pens! I know only four...but I wanted to see how they work before committing myself to them. Don't forget I've not long purchased the Derwent Intense Pencils...
We do have to eat too you know!

I do love black and white though as you can probably guess by my work, although I did paint with vibrant colours when doing Silk Painting.
Talking of black and white I watched an amazing art programme last night which I'd like to share with you today if you can spare the time. It was about an incredible photographer by the name of Jeff Carter.
Absolutely fantastic photographs highlighting Australian's daily life from as far back as 1940's!


Lastly and I realise that today's post has been a little longer than it should be but I have to apologise if I didn't make it to your desk...I did try and for some I even visited numerous times because I forgot where I was up to...sigh! So I'll try again this week. :D
Have fun and enjoy WOYWW!


88 comments:

  1. Great pic from the 1940's. Your cards are looking gorgeous.
    Sandra @32

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    1. Thanks Sandra,
      I'm having such a great time creating them...so I suppose that's the main thing ;D
      I adored Jeff Carter's work. I always think black and white photos are timeless anyway but when they capture life back in time they are priceless.
      Thanks for popping by ~ have fun with WOYWW :D

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  2. Congrats on the awesome Aussie cards! I couldn't get the link to Etsy to load...it kept taking me to where the app can be had. Love the 'vintage' photo. My daughter saw some of me years ago and was so surprised I could be classified as vintage!! Have a great week. Vickie #38

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    1. Thanks Vickie, It's interesting to hear what you say about the link...so I checked out it out and if you just click on the picture then it doesn't work...you have to click on the word MORE...or better still on the word BUY!!! LOL ;D

      I'm sure you're not vintage because that would mean I am too!
      Maybe if we say that it was the effect that the photographer wanted we could get away with it? :D
      That'll work for me.
      Have fun desk hopping and thanks for stopping by ~ enjoy!

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  3. Hi Neesie,

    Your table is covered with goodness! That photo is just amazing - love the look of the amish pushing the stuck wagon and the cow wondering what is going on.

    My blog candy is posted so check it out!

    Happy WOYWW
    Hugs, Kay #37

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    1. Hi Kay,
      Thanks for your comment. There are so many fantastic photos on his website but that one really caught my eye. The boy was only about 4 years old and the woman next to him was his Mother and then next his Aunt. The car didn't have enough petrol so hence having to push. I'm hoping that once Jeff took the photo he would have helped.
      Part of the programme showed the original photo and then he revisited the people and took an updated similar one. The 4 year old was in his 50's....It was fascinating and really interesting.

      Oh by the way, I'll be visiting later to check out the candy...I just need to cook dinner first! My boys can only be left so long without food! :$

      Happy WOYWW to you too :D

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  4. Lovely cards! And that photo is wonderful. :)
    I guess I didn't know there were rules as to how to long to have a blog post. I guess I have failed miserably on keeping posts short--LOL! Sorry. ;)
    Have a wonderful Wednesday!!

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    1. Sorry if I've misinformed you Rita...it's only for the WOYWW posts that Julia perfers us to keep it short so that we are able to try and visit as many people as we can.
      I fail myserably on a regular basis but that's because I love to natter and once I start I just can't stop...see... ;D
      Have fun and enjoy your week :D

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  5. Oh gee, I'm missing something on my desk, clearly. The tone of silver candle sticks would add such a 'Je ne sais quoi' something!!!!
    Your cards look truly fabulous displayed together. I'm very impressed.
    Have always loved B&W photography too. Love this one particularly. I'm must look up a book I have about first half 1900s photographers because I have a feeling that my dear friend Chris had a Carter ancestor (uncle I think). Thanks for your lovely words.
    Miles of smiles,
    Ros. #14

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    1. Hehe...I didn't even notice the candlesticks there until someone came through to comment from WOYWW. They've caused quite a stir since then. Come on Ros...I'll be looking out for your candlesticks on my next visit. ;D
      Imagine having Jeff Carter as an Uncle...I would love some of his incredible talent. If you get time take a peak into the website...some of those photos are just amazing.
      Life back in the day looked extremely hard, especially for some of the woman! The tabacco road series are brilliant.
      I mentioned a little more about the photo above on Kay's comment.

      Have a great week and thanks for popping over ~ It's always great to see you. :D
      Happy WOYWW!

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  6. HI Neesie! Your desk is in dramatic black and white and red today! You do great doodles! Patsy from
    HeARTworks and
    papemelroti

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    1. Hi Patsy,
      Thanks for stopping by and checking out my desk or should I say dining table!
      Have a great week....have fun :D

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    1. Thanks Judy...I'm loving making them ;D
      Have a fun wonderful week. I'll be on my visiting rounds tomorrow, so pop the kettle on :D

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  8. wow, you have put so much time and work into your cards, they are gorgeous!!! Keep up the positive attitude about returning to your craft room! waving hi from the sandy beaches of Florida :)

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    1. Unfortunately it's going to take a little more than a positive attitude Sandee...I've just seen the weather forecast for the rest of the week. It's not good :$
      I don't think I'll be moving back into the studio anytime soon. Well not this week anyway!
      Thanks for popping by and leaving a lovely comment.
      See you soon ;D

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  9. The detail is even more impressive in the card size images. Well done on getting them this far...I always have good intentions but don't act on them...

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    1. Thanks for such a lovely compliment Bella...I really appreciate it.
      It's been a mission of mine to do this for some time and I'm determined to carry it out!
      I'm not listening to any negative voice in my head only the positive. ;D
      Have a great week ~ enjoy! :D

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  10. Beautiful cards Neesie
    We had a fantastic die cutting workshop in my studio yesterday with REDANNE demonstrating and teaching us the art of this fabulous craft. So I know now what you are all talking about. Today I am looking at things on your desks with a more understanding eye. YIPPEE !
    You can see what happened on my blog
    Lynn -:) no. 54

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    1. I must admit Lynn I know nothing about die cutting either...I should have gone to the workshop too. Although 12,000 miles would be quite a trek.
      I'm thrilled that Anne was a hit! Isn't she a honey? :D
      I'll be popping over to visit in the morning to check it all out. It sounds like you had fun!
      Have a great week ;D

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  11. What a creative time you've been having! I love that black and white photo, always so dramatic and evocative of times gone by... thanks for sharing.
    Helen 3

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    1. My pleasure Helen,
      I love the photos and all the history stored within them.
      I have been having a wonderful time it's true and I hope it continues ;D
      Have fun desk hopping ~ enjoy!

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  12. Love Jeff Carter's picture! I am a great lover of white and black photography! Love your work space as well. I know it's your dining table, but I have always thought that the best work comes from the heart of the home . . . and that is the dining table! xxoo

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    1. Hi Marie,
      If you love that particular photo...you'll love all his other work.
      They show such iconic Australian characters going about their daily lives back in the day!
      The heart of the home....hmm...I like that ;D
      Thanks for stopping by...I'll be doing my visiting tomorrow and I'm keen to see what's happening in and around Chester, so pop that kettle on :D
      xoxo

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  13. Hi Neesie, love that black and white photo! Your cards are stunning, as ever, love them all. Anne x #59

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    1. Attention everyone...star in the room!
      Hi Anne, I've been hearing all about your workshop. You're a star!
      Thanks for popping over to my place and leaving a lovely comment.
      I really appreciate it ;D
      Have a wonderful week ~ enjoy your desk hopping and I'll catch up soon :D

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  14. What a wonderful photo! and I love the Opera House - your blog always makes me goggle in wonder. I simply cannot draw at all, but so envy people like you who have such amazing talent. To call them "doodles" is like calling the Mona Lisa a painting - accurate but doesn't tell the full story.

    Happy WOYWW

    MA (2)

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    1. Oh now you're making me blush...but it's lovely to hear such compliments...I'm thrilled ;D
      The Opera House has been quite popular. I wasn't sure if people would object to me 'doodling' all over it!
      I call it doodling by the way because I don't follow the rules and patterns of zentangling...I just do what I want and feel is right for the design.

      Happy WOYWW to you too ~ Have fun :D

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  15. Love those cards, they really are fabulous. You are getting quite a collection. That black and white photo brings back memories. My first car broke down that often that it had permanent hand prints on the back where we pushed it. It was cheap on petrol, mainly cos it was pushed more than driven!!
    Have fun
    Von #27

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    1. Oh what a giggle Von, I can just visualise your first car. ;D

      I think we all have some funny stories about our first cars ~ mine kept going missing...someone kept taking it to drive themselves home late at night, but I never found out who it was! We would just get the report that it had been found locally again.
      In the end I used to only have fumes left in it, so that they couldn't drive it far even if they wanted to!

      Have fun desk hopping :D

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  16. I've got no WOYWW desk this week but cant help but pop in to have a peek at your one. Love the photo's they just capture the moment perfectly don't they. Sandy :)

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    1. I'm so pleased to have you come and visit Sandy. ;D
      I've always loved black and white old photos...I think they're priceless.
      I thought Jeff Carter's work was so special that it would be interesting for some of the WOYWWer's to see his work.
      Plus it shows Australian life in earlier days. :D
      Enjoy your week!

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  17. Fabulous cards... b&w is so sharp and elegant (slightly unexpected given I've come from VonnyK's Mad Cows!!). Happy WOYWW!
    Alison x
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    1. Hi Alison,
      Isn't Vonny a hoot! I laughed out loud when I saw what she'd done. Both my hubby and son wondered what had happened when they heard me.

      I do like colour and plan to get vibrant at some stage, but for now I'm loving black and white...but then I always have.
      Thanks for popping by ~ enjoy WOYWW!

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  18. You call those doodles? They are works of art. Just beautiful. Love the photograph
    Famfa 16

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    1. Aww thanks Famfa,
      I call them doodles because I don't think I can call them zentangles (as many people tell me that's what they are) because I don't keep to the rules...the size, tiles and patterns that make a 'tangle. I do my own thing! ;D

      Thanks for popping over to my place ~ I appreciate it!
      Have fun with WOYWW :D

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  19. Love that b&w photo from the old days, looks like a wonderful exhibition. Great b&w's yourself too, hope you weather continues to improve and you can get back into your craft space again. Loved your photos of Melbourne at night in the earlier post too.

    Hugs
    Brenda 5

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    1. Hi Brenda,
      I'm glad that you like the posts...it's great to have such positive feedback. I just love blogging but it wouldn't be much fun without everyone out there coming to visit! ;D
      Thanks for taking a peek at my other posts too.
      Have a great time with WOYWW ~ Enjoy!

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  20. Ha - I love the way you call those wonderful little works of art - doodles!!! Wish my doodles were half as lovely. x Jo

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    1. (LOL) Well Jo, I have to really because I'm not really sure what else to call them...but I do know I'm not a true zentangler.
      I just do whatever the design tells me! ;D

      Thanks for popping over to my place Jo.

      Have fun and enjoy WOYWW!

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  21. I do love your cards they are fantastic, and yes that photograher is amazing I have only seen a few of his pictures but they are exquisite. Before you commit to the copic pens do have a look at the Trias I first went for Copic and I have heaps of them but now use Trias. If you want to know more just email me.

    Eliza #102

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    1. Thanks for your feedback Eliza,
      I haven't heard about Trias but then there are so many art supplies that I've missed coming onto the market, whilst my mojo went awol.
      I'm not even sure the Copic pens are something I want, until I have a play.
      Thanks for offering advice ~ I really appreciate that ~ I'll keep that in mind and pop over to visit you soon.
      Have fun and enjoy WOYWW :D

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  22. Lovely table goodies today! Love that vintage photo too.
    Karen #108

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    1. Hi Karen,
      Thanks for you comment ~ I appreciate you popping over.
      Have fun and I'll be visiting later today.
      Happy WOYWW! ;D

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  23. I may just have to have some of your cards... I love the bird designs. Will you be doing Christmas designs?
    Laura 82

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    1. You just tell me what you'd like Laura and they could be winging their way to your nest! lol

      I've just started to think that maybe I should work on some Christmas designs but I'm just finishing off a platypus and there's a few in more designs that I'd like to complete first.
      But I'll definitely be thinking of festive designs soon.
      Thanks for stopping by and leaving a lovely comment ~ I appreciate it. I'll be visiting later today ;D
      Have fun ~ Happy WOYWW!

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  24. Your work is amazing. I rarely go for black and white, but it is just perfect for these images. I hope you like your copic markers. I have the full set now of the ciao markers (a gift, in stages. I didn't buy them), and I love them. I use them all the time now. My pencils don't get much of a look in. Kate x #70

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    1. Hi Kate,
      I agree that the black and white makes the design. It's so crisp and clean looking and perfect for the images.
      You are a lucky lady to have such gifts bestowed upon you ;D
      Thanks for stopping by my workdesk or should I say dining table!
      Happy WOYWW ~ Enjoy :D

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  25. Oh my word those cards are gorgeous - I see there's one of 'Granny's Opera House' too....so called because Mum and Dad had a flat overlooking the harbour and it was part of the view!!
    Hoping it warms up soon...I love your dining area, but even I'm missing your lovely light work room!!

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    1. Yep Julia, I remember you mentioned Granny's flat before, so I thought I'd do a design in her honour!
      Not really any different on the weather front today or for the rest of the week I hear...(sigh) But the studio isn't going anywhere so I'll be back in there as soon as I can.
      My poor dining table needs a break!

      Thanks for organising the weekly party :D

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  26. Cards are looking great there, Neesie - good luck with the shop!!

    I love black and white too, photos, patterns, artwork - prefer it to colour often. My hubby does wedding photography and he quite often rescues colour pics that aren't top notch by turning them black and white. Makes them arty!!

    Hugs, LLJ #72 xx

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    1. Thanks LLJ
      It's a steep learning curve but hopefully one I'll master.
      I think black and white wedding photographs are timeless. I agree they are much more arty! ;D
      Thanks for stopping by ~ have fun desk hopping. I'll be doing likewise myself this afternoon. :D


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  27. Your cards are awesome!! I absolutely love the photo too stinkin' funny.. I been told I take too many "butt" shots" this one takes the cake.

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    1. LOL Thanks Peggy for stopping by and giving me a giggle!
      Have a wonderful week ~ Have fun! ;D

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  28. Congrats on the cards! They will look great in your shop. dani #33

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    1. Thanks Danielle,
      I'm having fun making them which I think is important.
      If they sell then that's an added bonus and I'll do one of my funny little dances! ;D
      Have fun with WOYWW...I'll be desk hopping later so pop the kettle on :D

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  29. great photograph and fab images jenx 60

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    1. Thanks Jenx,
      Have a great time desk hopping ~ Happy WOYWW! ;D

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  30. I love your cards... your work is AmAzing.. I love the black & white.. they would get my vote everytime..Hope you get to play with your new copics soon... Love that old pic... Fabulous.. Have a happy week, Hugs May x x#5

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    1. What with Inktense pencils and now Copic pens...it's all go May!
      Thanks for popping by...I hope your week is going well with lots of creativity!
      Happy WOYWW ;D

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  31. Your talent is astounding, Neesie! Just fabulous! Thanks for the link, too, I love black and white photography. Have a great week! Darnell #53

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    1. Oh Darnell you say the nicest things ;D
      Thank you!
      I hope you have a great week too!
      Happy WOYWW :D

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  32. Your doodles are amazing, and making them into cards to sell at etsy is brilliant!
    You made me think, about summer ending here. I have to remember that when it is summer here, it will soon be summer somewhere else! I know this to be true, but I tend to forget. and for all of my complaining so early about it ending, I do love fall. Fall/autumn is my favorite season!!
    xxDaniella

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    1. Hi Daniella,
      Thanks for your kind comments once again ;D
      I'm sorry to push your summer to an end but looking at the forecast here I don't think it's going to be anytime in the next week or two...so make the most and enjoy!
      I too love the fall/autumn...well who doesn't when all the colours explode!
      Have fun and enjoy your week :D

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  33. I do love your designs they are fabulous, especially in black and white, they seem so crisp and fresh looking, they wouldalso make great notelets as well as cards.
    janet #9

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    1. I'm so happy to hear such lovely feedback Janet,
      I love to draw these designs and need to keep doing them...so hopefully my Etsy shop will work! :$

      Thanks for popping by my space...Have fun and enjoy your desk hopping! :D

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  34. I do love your wonderful drawings, each week I am more amazed than the week before. #22

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    1. Aww Joynana, that's a lovely compliment...thank you so much ;D
      I hope you enjoy WOYWW ~ Have fun!

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  35. I just love your zentangles! It is very cold over here too, luckily my craftroom gets wonderful morning sun, so its quite warm in there.
    Happy belated WOYWW!
    Tertia #116

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    1. Ahh...morning sun (sigh)
      I'm afraid my talk of spring approaching must have frightened it away. It's very chilly here today and there's been snow on the nearby mountains. All the skiers from Melbourne are heading to the hills for this weekend ;D

      Thanks for popping by....enjoy WOYWW and have a great weekend!

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  36. I'm coming late this week, but better late than never I guess! Loving the way your diningroom table is looking these days! You're such a talented artist. My son always loved to draw in charcoal or just straight black and white. He said he was intimidated by color. For me though...the brighter, the better! A little too bright sometimes! Haha!

    Amy E. #4
    scrapthissavethat.blogspot.com

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    1. That's fine by me Amy...I'm always late and in fact I didn't really start to visit desks until last night and then my internet was playing silly 'whatsits'!
      Great to have you pop by anytime. ;D
      I like colour but haven't splashed any for quite some time...(when I did silk painting it's a must obviously)
      I'm enjoying the black and white for now though.
      Thanks for your visit and I hope to be dashing about this afternoon...so pop the kettle on! Cheers :D

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  37. Hello!

    Your work is so awesome - so beautifully done! I love looking at the detail in your photo! Thank you for the link to Jeff's fantastic photography - I loved every minute of the visit! Wishing you a happy day!

    Hugs,

    Barbara Diane #76

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    1. Hello Barbara ~ great to see you.
      You say such lovely things about my work so thank you...I appreciate it ;D
      I'm really happy to hear that you went into the link to the photography because I think his work was so special. I'm not sure if anyone else took the time on quick desk hops.
      Have a fantastic Friday and enjoy your weekend.
      I'll be visiting later today so hopefully you'll have the kettle on :D

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  38. Those designs are looking fantastic! The Kookaburra ... oh what a sweetie! Hope your weekend is filled with fun? My son turns 14 today so we're spending most of this weekend spoiling him... as it should be. Off to do some baking now but I'll raise my cuppa to you and artistic progress! :-) xx

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    1. Aww...thanks so much for such lovely compliments (♥)
      I hope you have a wonderful weekend with your son. I remember 14 which seem just a moment ago...now he's on his way to 21!!!
      Hmm....I can almost smell the baking...I'm on my way ;D

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  39. Stunning cards as usual Nessie!

    Sarah x

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    1. Thanks so much Sarah...I appreciate your comment ;D

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  40. Have a great week, sorry for the late comment...don't think I've slept since Tuesday! very busy week! Oh mm goodness!! Your cards are looking fantastic! You are are very talented. My eye's also drawn to the lazy susan...I have a small one...really would find a larger one useful!! Have a great crafting week, Happy WOYWW
    Lyn #13

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    1. Don't worry about being late Lyn...I'm always late with WOYWW...it's just great to see you. ;D
      You sound like you've been having an incredibly busy time.
      I'm glad to hear you like the cards...it's always great to get positive feedback!
      The lazy susan is great and really works well when we have a full table.
      Enjoy your weekend whatever you get up to...but maybe you should have a rest by the sound of it! :D

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  41. Hi Neesie, no matter how late I am, I have to come visit your blog just to see your beautiful zentangle images and I'm never disappointed. Thanks for the link to the photographer - love old black/white images like these. When I was studying in the US, I was introduced to the work of Dorothea Lange and was completely bowled over ... wish I was half as good a photographer. Hope you are having a warmer weekend. Elizabeth x #54

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    1. Aww thanks Elizabeth...I'm just so thrilled that you enjoy your visits.
      I've just been to check out Dorothea Lange's photography as I have to admit I've never see any of her work before.
      What powerful images! Thanks for sharing...it's always interesting to see and learn about someone new. ;D
      I hope you're enjoying your weekend ~ have fun and thanks again for popping by. :D

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  42. Wow, those cards are amazing!! I love how you call them "doodles" when they are really works of art! And thank you for the tip on Jeff Carter, I will have to check him out as the picture you have shown is incredible!
    Sorry I am so late to visit but I could not make it to everyone's desk so I was visiting random desks (and also returning visits).
    Thanks for visiting my blog!
    xoxo Karen

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    1. Hi Karen,
      Thanks for your lovely compliments. I think Jeff Carters photography is amazing...so it's great to hear you do too. I love the way the cow is looking at the unusual spectacle!

      Please don't apologise for being late because I'm normally the late one...in fact I should really be visiting more desks today but have decided that it's Wednesday tomorrow so I'll start again then.
      I know I'll never be able to visit all the desks so I do the same as you...random hops and call backs! ;D
      I hope your week is going well...get your desk ready for the visitors (lol) xoxo

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  43. I'll be checking out your ETSY shop for sure - I just love your 'directed doodles' and the way you make each animal or icon look so full of character just using tangles/doodles. I'd be hard pressed to choose a fave! You have such a talent and I hope you're immensely successful selling your cards and art!

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    1. Terrie you say the nicest things...you've made my day ;D
      It's hard to keep motivated sometimes when you are being creative so having positive reinforcements work a treat for me.
      I adore doing what I'm doing and just want to carry on...I've got so many ideas and designs still clambering to get out into the light!
      Thanks again for being so supportive. It means such a lot to me :D
      Have a wonderful week xoxo

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  44. BTW, I just tried to enter your shop through the widget on your sidebar and it doesn't appear to be working. I clicked all over the place and couldn't get through.....might want to check on it. I'll go search ETSY directly....

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    1. I was actually in the Etsy shop writing so maybe that had something to do with it...but maybe not. It's all new to me and a steep learning curve! :$
      I've just checked the Etsy widget, and you need to click on (more) or better still the Buy option...LOL :D
      I've just edited the title to show this, so hopefully it will work...if you try again and it doesn't, could you let me know please?
      I'd really appreciate knowing if something isn't right.
      Thanks so much for pointing it out to me.

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