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Wednesday, August 15, 2012

WOYW? Wednesday!


The past few days have been very productive for me. My son Jim came to visit this past weekend and we both spent many hours creating from Friday night until Sunday afternoon - listening to the radio and visiting while I worked on my cards and he worked on his art work. Then Monday and yesterday I continued - I was on a roll. :<) This was my workdesk last night - working on another card. To see what new and fun projects are being worked on this week all around blogland, stop by sweet Julia Dunnit's blog "Stamping Ground" at to see the current "What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday" entries. Leave a photo of your workdesk and a comment for Julia and join in the fun!

Thank you for stopping by today to visit my blog! I did get caught up on my visiting but now am behind again. I love for you to leave comments and will return your kindness as soon as I can. Wishing good things for you today!

Barbara Diane


Lisa Jane said...

sounds like you have had a very creative few days .. cant wait to see the results
Lisa x

podgypanda said...

Glad you had a good weekend with your son. Seems that you both have that crafty gene!!
What sort of art does your son do?
By the way I love the dolls they are adorable. Just love Wilfred and Winnie Mae (What a fabulous name!)
Have a good week
X Julie (paperpathway)81

podgypanda said...

Glad you had a good weekend with your son. Seems that you both have that crafty gene! What sort of art does your son do?
By th way I love your dolls wilfred

Rhonda Miller said...

Sounds like a fun, crafty weekend. I can't wait to see the finished project you have in your picture here.

Elaine said...

Artist at work again Barbara well done hope you are well Big Hugs Elaine

Zildara said...

I just love Dr. Seuss! And I really like how that project came along! Thanks for sharing.

Happy belated WOYWW!
Zildara #86

okienurse said...

busy desk! I saw your finished card on the previous post. Awesome. I love red, black and white also. ope you have a great week and thanks for sharing. Vickie #38

Darnell J Knauss said...

What an awesome weekend you had spending that quality time with your son! And your cards are really lovely!!

Thank you so much for visiting me and for doing the leg work for me on the pressed flower cardmaking. That was very sweet of you!!

Have a great week! Darnell #53

Neesie said...

I hate to admit it Barbara Diane but I think this might be the first time I've visited your desk!
I'm just so glad that I'm here today because you have some wonderful cards, artwork and inspiring eye candy!
I think it's lovely that you have creative time with your son working along side you...very special ;D
I've had a look at a few other posts that you've done and had a great time.
Thanks for popping over to me earlier. Have a wonderful weekend ~ Neesie #30

Shoshi said...

What a busy time you've been having, Barbara Diane, and glad you could do some creative stuff with your son. That's great.

Thanks for your lovely comment - glad you enjoyed your visit. Getting to my desk has been a bit like navigating through creative valley - more like a canyon really! Glad you liked the annotated photo too - those seem to go down quite well. I can't guarantee one each week but when I get the urge I'll do one - they are fun.

As for the fudge... It's really odd but NOBODY seems to believe me when I say I didn't eat any!!! I wonder why... lol lol!! You can't check with my mum either because she's allergic to computers and doesn't even know what the internet is!

Happy belated WOYWW,
Shoshi #10

Spyder said...

Sorry for my late trip over such a busy week! Thank you for your comments on my blog too, I wasn't sure if you wanted this weeks freebie, so I'll send it any way! I love all the pinks and reds of your latest card! Happy Late woyww
((Lyn)) #13

karen said...

That is so lovely that you and your son can share creative time together! I see from your desk that you really are on a roll with the creativity! Thanks for visiting me earlier!
xoxo Karen

Tertia said...

Sounds like fun. Its always nicer to craft with aomebody else.
You have indeed been very productive.
Happy very belated WOYWW
Tertia #116

SueH said...

How lovely to be able to spend time crafting with your son Barbara and judging by the cards you’ve made, there was no stopping you.

Loving the ‘Artist at Work’ sign above your desk.

Happy Crafting!

Helen said...

Hi Barbara Diane thank you so much for popping by. There will definitely be a video for the popup boxes in the not too distant future I hope. I have just scrolled passed your fabulous DR Seus card. I love Dr Seus and you are right the image went perfectly with it. Great job Belated WOYWW Hugs to you from Helen 18