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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

WOYWW #244

Hello Fellow Crafters,

It's What's On Your Work Desk? Wednesday. If you would like to know what all this is about, head to Julia's blog (Stamping Ground).

Here's my desk. I have a visitor.

My son and I were working with some gelatos, trying a few techniques. I had quite of few things that went right into the trash.

He's working hard to color, the leftover section, some heat embossed flowers. He look so cute coloring  his project. 

Thanks for stopping by
Have a Blessed Day
Hugs,
Regina

21 comments:

Eliza said...

Anda handsome visitor too, following in his mothers footsteps. My son quite often played in my office too and I have fond memories of it. He still pops in and has a pick around at 27 years of age.

Happy crafting and thanks for sharing.

Hugs Eliza & Yoda 12
Happy WOYWW

Jackie said...

It's great you allow your son to use your craft desk they so enjoy having a go don't they!
Jackie 10

Robyn Oliver said...

A nice bright workspace you have Regina and great to see your son being crafty...more kids should move away from screens!! Cheers and have great week RobynO #16

Peg Robinson said...

I love to see kids in the craft room. Peg R 25

Neil said...

Hi there.
Looks like your son is concentrating and enjoying himself. It's great to see.
I'm still not sure whether I like gelatoes, have a few but.....we'll see.
Neil #37

Claire said...

How lovely to have him crafting with you!! I love it when my kids join in :)
And it's lovely to catch up with you again - it's been a while!
no. 34

lisa said...

He looks completely engrossed. How lovely to craft together.
Hugs Lisax #54

Christine said...

Look at the concentration on that face!! love it.
I am also loving your cards, I think I will have to see if there are any Heartfelt Creations suppliers over here in England ....

Bishopsmate #71

Julia Dunnit said...

Aw look at him concentrating, what a lovely oic. I find that they are less inhibited at that age and stuff that we would trash they consider treasure! What a lovely way to try out your gelatos Regina.

Glenda Brooks said...

My grandson used to love to craft with me. He would be so involved he would have his tongue stuck out...so cute. Now he stands head and shoulders over me and bends down to hug his Ninny! Great memories! Happy WOYWW!
Glenda 74

Carole said...

You might have thrown away so fine backgrounds...but what fun experimenting. Your son looks totally adsorbed. Carole #76

Lindart said...

I love seeing children working in Mom's craft room! Lovely!
Lindart#84

Gita said...

Hi Regina - it was so nice to meet you this past weekend at the stamp expo. Your son looks to be enjoying himself. :-) Brigita #93

Sharon Madson said...

Hi Regina! That is so nice that your son is crafting in your craft area. I love it when my granddaughter visits and we scrap together. She loves using my Cuttlebug. :) Happy WOYWW! Sharon #27

Robyn said...

Love those visitors!
Wonderful to meet you and get a hug from a WOYWW-er!
Robyn 99

VonnyK said...

It's so nice to have little visitors, my little miss often uses my room. Only trouble is I can never find anything when she's been in as it is never put back, all the fun of it I guess. He sure looks to be concentrating hard.
Have a great week,
Von #30

Caro said...

How lovely to see your handsome young man busy playing with your crafting things. Thanks for sharing....it put a real smile on my face! Happy belated WOYWW. Caro x (#57)

Tertia said...

I just love it when I have little people visiting my craft room. They have no fear of failing and we can learn so much from them.
Happy WOYWW!
Tertia #20

Maisie Moonshine said...

Great to see your son getting involved in crafting it looks like he's concentrating hard. Thanks for your visit, have a creative week. MMx #40

Shirley said...

Okay for you!! It warms my heart to see you doing this with your son. How fun and he will really appreciate these photos when he is older. Precious moments!

Shirley said...

Okay for you! It warms my heart to see you doing this with your son! He will treasure this in years to come. Thanks for sharing.

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