Wednesday, August 22, 2012

WOYWW 168- A Stack of Butterfly Cards

Hi Dreamers!
It is Wednesday again and time for The Stamping Grounds What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday  #168.  I have really been enjoying participating and checking out all the fun projects in the works on other artists' workdesks.   Here is my table today.   I have been stamping and making multiples for cards that I will be selling.   The stamped pieces are going onto coordinating CS card bases.








I have about 15 cards half way finished so far.  Lots more to do!!  LOL.  I hope you are having a wonderful Wednesday!!  Love ya.
Karen

21 comments:

Belinda said...

Karen,

I love your butterfly stamp and your desk is very bright and cheery. I too am into making cards lately and just opened an Etsy store to sell them. So I understand about making multiples of my the same card. They are beautiful so keep on.

I am a very bad girl today, I didn't post a link to my site because I didn't have much to show so no worries if you visit my site.

Just have a great day.

Belinda

Francesca said...

Great desk, love the colour scheme you have choosen for your cards , Francesca #100

butterfly said...

Gorgeous stamp, and I love what you're doing with it for those cards! Your transparent desk drawers are fantastically clever (though I guess you have to stay pretty tidy inside to be able to see what's what!).
Alison x

House of Bears said...

Hello there, goodness what a lovely lot of stash you have there. Lovely images for your cards too

The bears

Sandy Leigh said...

Beautiful cardmaking--I love anything with butterflies! Your drawers make your workspace so open and organized. Crafty hugs! --Sandy Leigh

Sandra H said...

Wow, you have lots of goodies on your desk shows you love your card making Karen with all of this and looks a great place to work too x

Lunch Lady Jan said...

I love the simple vintage look of the cards..it's so my style rather than fussy and complicated :)
Like your storage too on your desk, really clear to see what's what!
Hugs, LLJ #71 xx

DottyA Cards & Things said...

What a LOVELY stamp your using.. it's so light and airy looking and the way your using it just shows it off even more...
Good luck with your project!!!
Thanks for stopping by and leaving such a nice comment on my blog too!!

Twiglet said...

I agree with Jan - such a lovely simple vintage look - I love them! x Jo

trisha too said...

Beautiful butterflies, Karen, such a lovely image!

Thank you for stopping by this week--you probably already had a clue what was on my desk, though!

:)trisha #23

Frances said...

Your desk is wonderful, I love seeing all of your tools and storage. The butterflies are beautiful. What a great WOYWW! Frances #127

Hazel said...

Way to go with all those beautiful cards. Thanks for your visit and comment. The brush for distress inks gives a much more subtle distress than sponging etc. Thanks for sharing your workspace. Hope you have a good week. Hazel WOYWW #8 x

Gillian .... said...

Hi Karen, I'm a newbie to all this desk hopping but I'm so glad I stopped by, thanks for letting me have a peek at your desk. Gillian #142

Samantha Elliott said...

Loving that stamp on your desk, I cannot resist butterflies. Also LOVE that log cabin quilt. My colours too. My address to send it is....
Thanks for visiting.
Hettie. 74

Elizabeth said...

Hi Karen, the stamp you are using is truly beautiful - I'm certain your cards are going to sell quickly. Great shots of your desk too. The quilted hanging is gorgeous. Happy WOYWW, Elizabeth x #105

Joynana said...

Hi Karen, thanks for stopping by my blog, you can see the first segment for the paper bag mini that I am working on.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLc82wYqhXI&feature=relmfu

Love that stamp you are using who is it by. I would love to have it. #25

Neesie said...

I'm a little late visiting but thankfully I'm here now. ;D
Your desk looks a great creative space...very organised.
Good luck with the card making and selling ;D
Happy WOYWW
Neesie #11

Julia Dunnit said...

Love that stamp Karen, really lovely...seeing them all stamped like that makes me realise what a leap of faith the whole blending tool, resist thing is for a beginner....hmm, may well make me re-think my class strategy...thank you!!

Tertia said...

What a lovely stamp! Enjoy playing.
Happy belated WOYWW!
Tertia #52

okienurse said...

great looking desk and like everyone else I love that stamp! Sorry I am so late getting around but it is what it is with family, crafts, etc. time can sometimes become a premium! Have a great week and thanks for sharing. Vickie #68

Leslie Turner said...

Yep, my sister and I call unfinished projects UFOs and we always have plenty of them laying around! I have a "Projects" drawer stuffed full of UFOs! Organization is the key and you definitely have that going on!
Hugs,
Leslie