Wednesday, 29 January 2014

No Card, but you can see what I'm up to (WOYWW 243)

Well, I'm trying to blog more often, but that does rather require something to blog about.  As I don't have a card made, I thought I would show you what I'm working on at the moment....

I have one completed decoupage topper of Barkley, a card companion cut out with Father Christmas and I'm still cutting out a decoupage from the Makey Bakey mice - this is a toughie as it has landlocked areas, but I cut these out with my craft knife before I started cutting around the images, think this is the way to go as it's much easier.

This is a close up of what's on my cutting mat
Sorry for the lousy pictures, but it's evening already and I had to use the flash to get the shots.

Long shot of my messy area
Well, I'm going to post this on WOYWW and then go and have a look at everyone else's crafty areas.

Hello & thanks to anyone who stops by to say hi, hopefully I can turn these into cards soon.

TTFN

Rach
x

7 comments:

Alisonscraftybitzandbobs.blogspot.com said...

Oooh looks interesting can't wait to see the card you make lol. Hope to see you Saturday all being well, not been too good all week but a bit better today so hopefully by the weekend on form again so we can play

Lots of love Ali

sandy's crafty bits said...

Wow yes as Alison (above) says can't wait to see how the card turns out ... Happy crafting and love sandy xx

peggy lin said...

Happy WOYWW xxoo #112

glitterandglue said...

Not messy, just busy and creative.
I don't think I would have the patience to cut all those bits out... no, let's be honest here!! I WOULDN'T have the patience to cut all those bits out. Well done you!!
Have a great week.
Margaret #39

CraftygasheadZo said...

Looks fun, always nice to see WIP. Take care Zo xxx 64

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I finally figured out what "land locked" meant when I enlarged the image. You do a lovely job fussy cutting your images.

I have two OTT lights like yours, except mine are both black and don't have the handy handle with them. Looks like they would be easier to carry that way.

Happy belated WOYWW from # 1 and thanks for stopping by my place earlier in the week.

Julia Dunnit said...

I agree, I always cut the land locked stuff with a knife, and always before I do any other cutting - you need a big uncut surround to hold onto!