Wednesday, December 17, 2014

WOYWW December 17- Of Christmas, Cards and Comments

Still card making, still questioning.
If you have questions, scroll around, they might be answered.
The tropical bricks, are fabric covered bricks I use as weights for gluing.

It's very busy here in  Casa RainbowWeaves and for the price of a comment ( or 10) you can be entered to win a
  Quietfire Design stamp!
Details here- it's a hop.

Need a Christmas giggle?

Thanks for visiting, I'll be around.

Comments and Questions welcomed.


Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

ah Robyn wodnerful crafty desk as usual love it :D off to have quick peek too.
... every blessing this Christmas season, Shaz in Oz.x #4

Helen said...

Love your desk, the brightly coloured packages look very exciting! Have a fabulous week. Helen #1

Judys Lace Creations said...

Lovely, happy desk! Looks like you have been having fun, or are about to!

Anne said...

Loving the tropical bricks. Such a bright happy workspace! Anne x # 9

Nikki said...

Your drying blocks are so bright and your space is showing just how busy you are hugs Nikki 3

Chrysalis said...

Haha - I was just thinking what unusual wrapping for your pressies! Happy WOYWW, Chris # 8

Annie Claxton said...

You have some beautiful cards there, and I love the idea of your colourful weights! Happy WOYWW :o) Annie C #28

House of Bears said...

The colourful weights are inspired. I love them. Merry Christmas from Horace @no. 32

Lisca said...

A lovely busy desk. That is very festive and beautiful wrapping paper you have there. Those presents would look lovely under the tree.
I've been to your Quietfire bloghop. Those stamps are beautiful.
Have a good week,

Unknown said...

Love all your storage for crafting, I'd be so nosy right now if I was in front of your desk, it looks so enticing ;)
Georgie (35) xx

Artatag said...

Wonderful cards and the idea with the brick weight is very cool, I think I adopt it.
Happy holidays
Gabriele 19

Unknown said...

Well the brick for gluing is brilliant! That's how I should use a special brick I have--it actually came from the real Meet Me in St. Louis home when the tore it down...has a little plaque on it and everything. Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #41

PaperOcotilloStudio said...

Your desk looks like tons of fun. Shiney and glittery and bright. You have picked one of my favorite images for ...well..alot of things. TREES! Happy WOYWW :) #25

Patrink said...

pretty cool. love the idea for your colourful weight. Have a wonderful day.

Thanks for sharing.

Pat #49

Shoshi said...

Nice busy desk, Robyn.

Happy WOYWW,
Shoshi #52

505whimsygirl said...

Your desk looks great. I wondered what the wild fabric was about, great idea!

Peace, Kay (43)

Shoshi said...

Thank you for your return visit, Robyn - I do love the idea of your tropical bricks. Not only functional, but beautiful too. I love your comment, "Any place I leave my supplies is a desk"!! Great sentiment! A VERY good excuse for being untidy, too lol!!


Cazzy said...

Hi Robyn, Happy belated WOYWW.

I love that you covered bricks, and the fabric is stunning! Might have to go hunt for bricks now. I thought they were presents at first. I don't think I have the time to blog hop, not really. I might try, but won't get far.

Cazzy #55

Ali H said...

Thanks for visiting ! Busy festive desk ! Hope you have a lovely Christmas Ali #17