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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Nut CASE'd


I have a folder within my pictures folder on my computer entitled "Projects To Do".  This is where I save photos of projects I have found online that I would like to CASE (copy and share w/everyone).  So this week I have been trying to get some of these projects completed and this is what is on my workdesk. 

And remember, there are so many workdesks out there in blogland that want to be peeked at.  To find out more visit the home of WOYWW at Julia's blog here.

This card was CASE'd from MWooderson's Etsy shop.  Click here to see her original artwork.  I happened to have this same paper line on hand (Restoration from Crate Paper)so decided to make my own.  I used CTMH Smoothie ink to stamp the mat stack 3 pattern from Papertrey Ink and I used ledger paper behind it.  I also used CTMH dimensional elements "Hearts".  I still need to add the sentiment to it.


 This next project was too adorable for me to pass up making so I made my own set for my 1 year old nephew, William.

The tutorial for this finger puppet gift set can be found here on Papertrey Ink's blog by Nichole Heady.  She is amazing! 



I just followed the tutorial from start to finsih and the little gift set turned out too cute.






Happy WOYWW!
~Shari
 

15 comments:

  1. Love all your projects but especially the finger puppet gift, it is so beautiful. I love the colours and I am sure your nephew will adore it :) Thanks for sharing.
    Have a great WOYWW,
    Karen #88

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  2. Love the card, and your nephew's gift too. Totally adorable.

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  3. Some totally totally gorgeous creations on your blog, lovely crafty area to work in too. happy woyww, thanks for sharing :)
    crafty hugs - Andria (42).

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  4. I love those finger puppets. You have reminded me that I used to have a pattern for a whole hand of puppets. Now, having seen yours, I must find mine and make another set for the grandchildren.

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  5. Some lovely crafting going on on your desk today.
    A x

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  6. gorgeous card, love those bottles with buttons, great workspace, happy woyww, thank you for sharing, #9

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  7. I adore those little puppets. You are good to have them made already...my pattern is still on the sewing table! Great job!! #105

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  8. love the little puppets and the gift set you made Very nice. Your nephew will love them. Thanks for sharing Vickie # 80

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  9. great project. Nichole is amazing and you obviously have a bit of talent too.

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  10. Beautiful projects! I am in awe of all your pretty flower jars! Star 125

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  11. Great projects, those finger puppets are seriously cute!

    Hugs
    Brenda 91

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  12. Cute little puppets. Love the colours.
    Hugs Mrs A. #82

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  13. Too cute, awesome projects. Thanks for the peek and sharing, hugs Marjo lucky #1

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  14. You're right - too cute! How super. And the glimpses of your shelves reveal a lot of organised flowers...the colours make me swoon!

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