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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

WOYWW #221

It's time for another What's On Your Work desk? Wednesday. If you would like to join in or if you would like to take a peak at other crafter's work desk, head on over to Julie's blog, Stamping Ground.

Here's my desk.


Not much happening today. I've been playing around with some dies and die cuts. I practice with the cheap orange paper so I won't ruin the good stuff. You can see some Spellbinders dies, a paper pyramid, my MS score board, and a paper mache  box I will be working on soon.

There are some more Heartfelt Creations products, my scissors and more ink pads. A few weeks ago, my scissors were shown for the first time and there were some questions. The multi-color scissors were a gift from Fiskars when I join the Fiskars group. It has my member number engraved on the blade.That's it for me.

Thanks for stopping by.
Have a Blessed Day
Hugs,
Reigna

47 comments:

voodoo vixen said...

Love your creative desk this week, looks like you have numerous things on the go with pyramids and stuff!

Kimberly Hogan said...

Looks like you are having some paper fun. TI have the non-stick version of the yellow and black handled scissors. They are my absolute favorite pair. How do like the pair you have? I've thought about getting those to have in my arsenal. Have a happy hump day. (((HUGS)))
Kimmie
WOYWW #1

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I had to laugh at your score pad. When I first heard about those, I laughed and shook my head. Who would ever want one? After all, any dummy can score and fold paper! Then my friend Kathy bought one and got it out one time when I visited. It was immediate love at first score. Now I want one, too (grin).

Happy WOYWW from # 2.

Patsy Paterno said...

Colorful desk, Reigna- like the idea about using cheap paper to practice on. :^) patsy

Belinda said...

Hello Regina!

I do the same thing play with the cheap and craft with the good stuff. Some days it simply is hard to part with the good stuff for projects but I am learning to let go this year.

I like seeing all the spellbinders. Makes me want to play.

Have a blessed day!
Belinda (16)

April Story said...

I love Spellbinders dies - I hope you share what you make with them.
April #24

Janene McAnally said...

Hi Regina! It looks like you are going to be a busy girl with all those dies! I am just learning how to use dies in the Cuttlebug that I have just received, and I think that little machine will get quite a work out from me lol!. Looking forward to seeing what you are making from all of this :-). Happy WOYWW.
Janene #20

Nan G said...

Cool scissors! Will be interested to see how you use the triangle dies. I've yet to make anything interesting with them so will try to sell them. Happy WOYWW! Nan G #21

Nikki said...

You always have a different die out everytime I visit ... I have die envy for sure love the banners they are so kewl hugs Nikki 5

Eliza said...

Hi Regina, Happy WOYWW to you, great desk this week, I so love those banner dies. Interesting to see what you are going to make with them.

Hugs Eliza & Yoda 30

Helen said...

Not sure how some people have lots of things out, and still look tidy and others (ok, ME!) look a complete mess...!! Happy WOYWW Helen 23

Roberta B said...

Hello, me again.. I know I have to see yours every week :-) I have got to get me some of those die cuts.. for now my daughter is great at making me my goodies. Thanks for the peek. Roberta #40

MaggieC said...

I use Fiskars scissors too, but mine are the ones you do not need to put your fingers into the holes - I can't just recall what they are called, but they are supposed to be for people with dexterity problems. I had to use an ordinary pair at the workshop and they felt quite alien. Thank you for your visit today. Have a good week playing with those great dies. xx Maggie #12

Julie Ann Lee said...

What a good idea to practise on some cheap paper first with die cuts! I am learning to do this and to position and play around before committing to a final design and sticking it down! Love your busy work desk! Julie Ann #42

Ann B said...

Hi Regina, busy desk this week and can't wait to see what you are doing with the box, just love altered art.

Quick visit this week as I'm trying to visit a few more desks this week.
Ann B
46

Claire said...

a busy desk, as always, regina! those scissors are cool - I didn't know fiskars had a group...
happy WOYWW and have a great week :)
no. 38

The Taming of the Glue said...

I use old card that I don't like the colour of to make up samples. It's better than wasting it! Did you make the triangle boxes with the dies? If so, how did you stick them together? Hugs. Pam#36

Uuna said...

Orange is good color in autumn.
It is interesting to see, what's coming.
(I am from land, where Fiskars was born ;-)
Happy WOYWW :-)

BJ said...

Oh your own special personalised scissors how wonderful. I try things out on cheap paper too. I like your spellbinder dies. Thanks for popping by today BJ#6

Spyder said...

I can comment on your blog too today how fabulous! Have got those die-cuts and they do look useful...on my wish-list...think the little label would get the most use!
Have a crafty week!
Lyn (happy WOYWW)

#67

Heather Alger said...

Those dies look good, they have so many possibilities for fun creative projects. Hope you have had a Lovely week - Heather #85

Mrs.D said...

I like your flourish dies in the box, they look fun.
All in favour of practising with things, but often end up using practice pieces on cards so no bright orange for me, I use brown envelopes, they can often be incorporated in cards, especially for men.
Have a great day
Chris no 69

Julia Dunnit said...

Ooh Regina, your die collection is lovely, love the long leafy stems. How nice of Fiskars, a genuinely good and useful pressie!

Lindsay Weirich said...

pretty dies! Happy WOYWW! Lindsay #15

butlersabroad said...

You're always so busy and creative Regina. Good idea to practice on the cheap paper first. Love the Christmas card you posted today too. Have a great week.

Hugs
Brenda 7

Sandy Leigh said...

I love that idea of practicing on the orange paper! I can't wait to get my new diecut machine. Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #11

famfa said...

Nice colourful desk. Have fun playing around
Famfa 8

Deb said...

Looks fabulous, can't wait to see how you dress up that box! love your multi colored scissors!
Debxx#108

Jackie said...

I think is a very sensible idea to work with the cheap orange paper rather than the good stuff first to see how it goes
Jackie 39
Scrapbangwallop

john-w said...

Hi Regina! Thanks for stopping by my blog, and for your encouraging comment. Your workdesk looks busy, and yet tidy. Hope your creation works out the way you would like it to. God Bless, John-W #35

StampinCarol said...

Dies are so much fun! Unfortunately I use my "good" paper but, knock on wood, my cuts have worked out so far. LOL! Love the scissors! Thanks for visiting and Happy WOYWW!
Carol N #105

Peg Robinson said...

I love die and Heartfelt. It takes time to create a masterpiece. Yours are so lovely. #108

Avril Ann said...

A Lovely tidy desk, Regina, happy WOYWW, Avril#52

Winnie said...

Lots of dies on that creative desk of yours! I see orange so I am thinking Halloween treat box maybe? Fun scissors, enjoyed hearing the story behind them! Winnie#84

House of Bears said...

What a great idea to start with some practise paper, we must try that instead of constantly ruining the good stash.

Thanks for visiting the bears already today

sandysewin said...

What a good idea, to practice on paper you don't like. :-)

Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier and for the kind comments.

Happy Woyww,

Sandy #12

Gita said...

When I saw the orange I thought maybe Halloween stuff but not...still a busy desk even if practicing. Brigita #104

Danie May said...

I love the idea of practicing first on some basic paper, I often ruin my good papers trying something for the first time....and I am loving the look of those pennant dies. A wonderfully creative desk. TFS this week and Happy WOYWW! Danie #62

Uniflame said...

Thanks for visiting me! It sure looks like you have been busy! Uniflame - 95

Glenda Brooks said...

I love your Spellbinders dies! I don't have either of those! Can't wait to see what you were creating!

Ohhh Snap said...

Love the dies : ). I have a Cricut, but I still love dies (Sizzix Tim Holtz and Papertrey Ink especially). I love working things out with 2nd best papers, so much less pressure than using best papers when learning. #17

Rita said...

Anything with die cuts is fun! I've never seen scissors like that--awesome! :)
WOYWW#113

Bridget Larsen said...

You must not like orange to use it as scrap paper lol
Bridget #80

Elizabeth said...

Hi Regina, your desk is so colourful with the orange paper and your very special scissors. And what a good idea to practice die-cutting on scrap paper. Hope you have a wonderful weekend. Elizabeth x #59

Francesca said...

Sorry for being late, but was with Tim, LOL Love the dies, and good idea to try out first. Great desk . Francesca #55

Karen Ives said...

Your desk looks very creative indeed. Thank you for visiting me.
Karen 60

glitterandglue said...

Hello Regina. It's taking me all week to get around - but I think your desk looks so busy, so organised, and beautifully creative. Those scissors are lovely - I like the two coloured handles!
Have a great rest-of-week!
Margaret #37

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