Wednesday, April 4, 2018

What's On Your Workdesk # 461

It is WOYWW#461, fun stuff!  This is a worldwide blog tour of crafters desks!  The fun starts here at Julia's Blog.  I've been at my "Wet Desk" Stamping the latest order of wedding invitations:



I am so thankful someone came up with hinged stamping tools, This has really changed my world of handmade invitations!


And from last week, my Magenta DT card



Fun stuff!  Now back to the wedding work and tonight I'm going to grab a cuppa and take the tour!
Have a great day,
Ginny M




12 comments:

  1. Thank goodness for stamp platforms. They must make things so much easier when batch producing Ginny. I love that cat stamp and the way you've layered up three different patterned papers in the background. Happy WOYWW, Sarah #16

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  2. Hi Ginny, that stamp is lovely, I'm such a fan of Magenta images. The platform does indeed look to be making the job much easier. Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #6 XxXx

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  3. what a production you have going on! Helen #2

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  4. I couldn't WOULDN'T live without a stamping tool...they make life so MUCH EASIER! plus they have allowed for techniques that couldn't be done without them!

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  5. Hi Ginny. Oh my - what a lot is going on there today. Huge numbers of invitations. A good looking card - I really like the off-centre look - I do that sometimes - but never from the righthand side - always the left. Something new to think about there.
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #1

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  6. What a busy workspace. Love the cat Happy WOYWW! xx Jan (36)

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  7. I love the stamping platforms, no bad language now when something stamp well the first time Lol! Have a great woyww, Angela x17x

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  8. Ah yes Ginny, hadn’t thought of all the easier multiples that the stamping platforms will allow...i gave up that sort of stress ages ago! I must admit that so far, because my collection is largely still wood mounted, I don’ty Use the platform very much. But I will, it’s only a matter of time!

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  9. Mm Safari really is a funny browser an dit does not like blogger a google programme at all, think I’ve it sorted now.
    Love your Magenta card saw it on previous post in my inbox, very nice indeed! An dlove my mini Misti is like a bigger one at times but they’re too expensive to justify by a country mile.
    Thanks for sharing your inspiration!
    Shaz in Oz.x €22

    {Calligraphy Cards - Shaz in Oz}

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  10. Now some desks look busy but yours looks like it is in over drive! WOW! How many invites did you make? Really pretty card. I love cats! Have a great week. Vickie #8

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  11. Love me my MISTI too Ginny - I would be lost without it - I tried stamping with a wood backed stamp the other day and it was not without it's problems!! I can see me un-mounting them in the future, for ease of storage as well as stamping.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  12. As a pretty rubbish stamper I have zero idea what you are talking about with the hinged wotsit but I am in absolute awe at all those pristine invitations. Some kind of wizardry going on there :)

    Sorry I'm late - hope you are having a good week.
    Carmen x #37

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