Wednesday, July 9, 2014

WOYWW? July 9-Returning to my roots!

I love making and trading ATC's and I'm proud of it!
These are more from my "off my desk" series.
At the end of the day I take what is on the desk and make an ATC out of it.
More on the card in the background here.
It's worth taking a look at , if I do say so myself.
Make yourselves at home- wonder around.
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Off to desk around!

14 comments:

  1. Hi Robyn
    I think once you start making ATCS it's hard to stop making then at times they can be very addictive. The ones you have there are looking good hugs Nikki no # yet

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  2. Hi Robyn
    I think once you start making ATCS it's hard to stop making then at times they can be very addictive. The ones you have there are looking good hugs Nikki no # yet

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  3. Hi Robyn, happy WOYWW and what a cool idea to use up the days scraps to make ATCs. Cool teacup card too. Cheers and have a great week RobynO#28

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  4. Of course I LOVE the card - I bought a new stamp on Sunday...it's teaspoons! Will show you later. And I love the cut cup, thats really cool. I could get into this 'off the desk' thing....must go find my desk!

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  5. Love how you use the stuff that's on your desk. I find that makes me more creative when I do that.
    Thanks for the suggestion on adding paint to my found poetry last week. I went for gesso in the end.
    Have a great week
    Gillian #49

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  6. I agree with you...i love making ATC's. Your desk looks ready for wonderful creations.

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  7. All of the ATC's are pretty and interesting. Love that teapot card at the top of your desk. :) #78

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  8. Oh Robin, what an absolutely super card in the background, and 'no, I do not have a cameo' so will just admire your card. And I love the bits on your desk, are the sentiments stamps or digistamps. They look amazing.
    Bless you
    Chris #32

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  9. ATC's can be addictive that is for sure, I love that die of the tea cup with steam from it. Thanks for sharing and Happy WOYWW

    Hugs Eliza & Yoda 51

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  10. I love ATCs in their own right but they are also useful as toppers for cards.
    Have a great week and happy crafting, Angela x #41

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  11. I think the small space of an ATC focuses the attention somewhat - a bit like writing a 500 word short story, Every element has to count...it's a challenge isn't it but you succeed!
    Hugs, LLJ 21 xx

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  12. You have some absolutely gorgeous ATCs on your desk. I truly love everything you make.

    I just saw your question about T next week. Feel free to bring back a favorite post, or create a new one honoring our one year anniversary. It's entirely up to you, dear.

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  13. Love your ATCs! And what a clever/good idea...mop,up ATCs. Who do you trade with? Is there an ATC swap blog? Hugs and Happy WOYWW! Nan G #76 a bit late

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  14. I love ATCs too, Robyn. There's something very appealing about creating a work of art with such a size restriction. I was sorry not to be able to take part in the WOYWW swap this year. Thanks for your visit and your nice comment on my blog - glad you like my album. Yes, there's lots going on on my desk but I can't spend the time I'd like up there unfortunately. Emergency this week with Mum suffering a TIA yesterday and having to spend hours in noisy A&E and getting her settled in the ward - she's home now but it was a truly awful experience as she behaved appallingly throughout!! I am now absolutely shattered and could do with a nice long period of peace and quiet.

    Happy belated WOYWW,
    Shoshi #31

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