WOYWW 582


This was my desk before I went to bed last night, still working on my "Bee" Tracy Evans book from a month ago- I made quite a bit of ground but still have loads more to do. 
I had to quickly clear it all up this morning as I have a Julie Hickey workshop at 10am.

If like me, you have loads of projects on the go, I thought you might like to see how the current ( I am working on these) are stored- I use wham boxes - bought from the Plastic box Company - don't buy them from anywhere else , you won't find them any cheaper here in the uk. I store my stamps - either by designer or theme ( especially if they are older) in A4 plastic wallets.

At the weekend I took part in another Tracy Evans workshop and we all created a mixed media piece, this is mine. I have so much fun and learned loads.

I love all the textures and layers.

I am really happy with the outcome.

These were made last week  in part one of the Julie Hickey class.

Lots of inky backgrounds .

All ready to do the next step in today's class.


I bought the next set of the Janet Klein stamps and am in the middle of creating with them. Hopefully will be finished by next week.

I hope to visit a few more desks this week - sorry was end of term last week and a bit manic.
If you would like to join in with the blog hop to look at everyone's desks, pop over to Julia's blog to get all the info.

Have a great week - stay safe
Soojay xx








Comments

  1. That mixed media piece is fantastic, you have every right to be proud of it! And I like the cheerful backgrounds too, hope you enjoy this morning's workshop. But I have one really important question, why is it called a Wham Box, nothing to do with George Michael??
    Hugs LLJ 5 xxx

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  2. Your mixed media piece is fabulous! Love the inky backgrounds and am looking forward to seeing what you do with the Janet Klein images!
    Stay safe and keep well!
    Susan #6

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  3. Gosh you've been a busy bee this week. I love the mixed media piece and the pages are gorgeous.
    Hugs,
    Annie x #9

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  4. I knew there had to be a silver lining on my Janet K stamps not arriving (I say they are lost but they cannot be claimed for until the 6th August) and that is that you will have used yours in some way that will give me ideas on what to do with mine when they do arrive.
    Love your latest Tracy piece - mine just needs sticking but we went away straight after the class (painty fingers and all) and I came back with a bad back which is insistent on staying!
    Lovely background papers with Julie for you to work with at a future date. Love the ones with script on especially.
    Hugs, Neet xx 3

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  5. Your mixed media piece is stunning - lovely to achieve something so beautiful at a workshop. xx Jo

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  6. Hi Soojay, love all those backgrounds, so vibrant. Great stamps from Janet. Lots of fab detail on the mixed media piece. Stay safe, Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #7 X

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  7. Hi Sue, I love your mixed media piece, there is so much gorgeousness to look at. Look forward to seeing what you do next with those backgrounds as well - online classes are so inspiring aren't they? Have fun :) Annie C #19

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  8. I loving the pieces from both workshops - very different in styles. Not quite sure why I haven;t done any online workshops (well I do know, it's not having a proper desk to work at where I can also see the computer! Have a good week Helen #4

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  9. So glad you are managing to have classes, Sue - your projects are all brilliant, especially that absolutely stunning mixed media piece! What fun you must have had, making that. Thank you for visiting and I'm glad you like my tiny carpets. It's such a fun project, and the new head magnifier is brilliant - I'm really glad I bought it. Glad you like my outfit as well!

    Happy WOYWW,
    Shoshi x #12

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  10. I have the exact same box on my desk - or very similar. I bought mine at The Range, I think - will bookmark the Plastic Box Company - they seem to have good prices. I adore your project - it looks wonderful and very mixed media indeed with all those elements. Thanks for your visit earlier - happy WOYWW! zsuzsa #23

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  11. Hi Sue, I so love your canvas and Tracy is a great teacher. Loving your paper designs too. I can't remember whether I said but the lovely bracelet arrived last week, you are very good at making them, it's so nice. I'll have a look at those boxes, they look really useful. Have a lovely crafty woyww, Angela x14x

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  12. Love your mixed media piece Sue. You certainly seem to be taking part in some fun workshops. Enjoy your break from school! Stay safe and happy belated WOYWW. Sarah #10

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  13. Hi Soojay. Sorry I am a day late got a bit tied up with paint and phonecalls yesterday!! My word - you have been busy having fun! That amazing mixed media piece, another workshop - trust you really enjoyed it! Your storage looks really organised - current projects all neat and tidy...
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #2

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  14. Hi. Sorry I am late. Time has fled by.
    I thought the mixed media piece was brilliant. You do some super work.
    Sorry to read you lost your mum and just before Christmas. So difficult for you. I know this year it will be very sad for us all. Take care Anne x @16

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  15. What an awesome mixed media project. Looks like great classes! Have a great rest of the week. Dorlene #29

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  16. Absolutely love your mixed media piece, all the detail, ephemera, textures and layers. Pondered it for ages.
    Thanks for the visit BJ#11

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