Wednesday, April 10, 2013

WOYWW 201 (Merci Beaucoup!)

Hi, guys!  Hope all is well.  Today is Wednesday, so I am sharing what is on my work desk! So, what is going on in my stamp studio today?  I am making a thank you card for a special person.  Peter is a wonderful gentleman who used to be my boss many years ago.  He sent me this great gift; it now resides in my stamp studio (which is decorated in a Paris theme!).




I am using the Tim Holtz Paris stamps and Graphic 45 sentiment.  I even decided to decorate an envelope to go with it.

I am looking forward to visiting lots of work desks today.  Thank you, Julia, for this great weekly fun!

Hope you find a few moments in your day to do something you love!

34 comments:

Maisie Moonshine said...

Hi Winnie, What a sweet memento! Love those stamps you're working with - Graphic 45 is one of my favourite suppliers. Have a creative week MMx #67

Heather Alger said...

Love the card you are creating, looks fab.
I have never visited Paris, its on my wish list x
Have a lovely week Happy WOYWW Heather #73

Jackie said...

Winnie I like that you decorated the envelope to match!
Nice card and stamps
Jackie 3

My name is Cindy said...

He's so neat! I am still reeling from the idea that you have a paris themed craft room, mine is, well, patchwork? LOL nothing matches. I bet it is a lovely space to create, maybe when I get a bigger room..... Happy WOYWW Cindy #63

Karen Ives said...

It looks lovely so far.Thank you for stopping by.
Karen #74

Janene McAnally said...

Oh wow I LOVE your card!! Your desk looks like you have a lot of fun there! Happy WOYWW and have a great week :-).
Janene #77

Elizabeth said...

Hi Winnie, what a lovely gift to receive from your one-time boss - it will fit in perfectly with your Paris themed room. Your desk looks organised with plenty of clear space to craft on. Happy WOYWW, Elizabeth x #41

susibee said...

Your card is looking good.

Happy WOYWW! Susi #65

sandee said...

OK, so this is where my mind goes, lol It looks like Santa fell off his sleigh during delivery time over France and is clinging to the eiffel tower waiting for the reindeer to notice that he is missing and turn around and come back to get him!! lol I know, I'm weird! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina ♥

Lisa-Jane said...

What a cute Father Christmas! Thank you for visiting earlier. I've not had chicken pox myself and my son hasn't had it either so we are all waiting and scratching and waiting and scratching ;-)

Tammy said...

Looks great so far! Love the Eiffel Tower motif. Happy WOYWW! Tammy #78

Regina Hamilton said...

I really like that Santa. Your card and envelope look fabulous. #86

Sarah said...

Love the stamps you are using!! Great desk! Thanks for visiting me earlier! sarah #125

Angie said...

What a fun Santa. Mens cards are so difficult ...but this looks perfect ....love that you stamped the envelope.xx71

Kelli Acopan said...

looks like your card's coming along!! can't wait to see the end result!!

scrappyjen said...

Great workdesk! I have now had a glass of wine and I am still trying to visit everyone so my message may be incoherent lol! jenx 129

Queenie Jeannie said...

How fun!!! Love Paris and all things Paris themed!

Jeannie #32

Mary said...

Your card is well on its way. I hope you share the finished card. Love the Santa...

Seahorse Ranch Girl said...

Hi Winnie. Tim Holtz, Graphics 45, and Dylusions. What else do you need? (don't get me started!) Charlotte #124

Uniflame said...

Your desk is quite neat! A Paris theme can be so much fun :) Thanks for visiting my blog :)

Lynn Mercurio said...

So fun to see where others do their creative work. Thanks for sharing your space. =)

Caterina Giglio said...

Hi there! Thanks for stopping by my shop and leaving such a kind comment, you have a lovely blog... I adore Paris too!

Shazsilverwolf said...

Love the look of the card & envelope. Scared the living daylights out of me with a Santa in April, lol. Have a great week, Hugs, Shaz #127 xx

Kathy said...

Always love seeing your work space. It gives an inkling of how your creativity happens!

Kathy
http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com

Olga said...

Hi Winnie! Finally I found a way to subscribe to your blog so I can see you in my reader=) yey!
This is gorgeous! Love your Eiffel tower and card and envelope you have made!
xx

Ali said...

Ooh your card is looking lovely - and the matching envelope too!

Thanks for your lovely comment on my WOYWW post - I can't believe you know "Dashi"!! That is so cool! :D

Ali #79

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

Ooh la, la! That's the cutest little Santa, and your cards are lovely. Your studio sounds like it would be very inspirational. I love French motifs too, but don't get around to use them much, even though I have French ancestry on my Father's side of the family. Blessings!

sandra de said...

Such a sweet little gift. Your paris inspired studio sounds divine.
Sandra @27

ANNETTE HUSBAND said...

G'day Winnie
thanks for dropping by my desk/blog. I've resigned myself to the fact that I shall ever be running late to get to others blogs due to my work but here I am. Love the card and envelope you have made...gorgeous colours.
hugs
Annette In Oz #109

Bridget Larsen said...

What a lovely boss and what a great gift, love it
Bridget #108

Jill Norwood said...

What a sweet gift! It is so cute! Wonderful card and envelope! Love the view of your desk! Mine is a mess this morning from my cards made yesterday!
Hugs,
Jill

Alexis Crossland-Smith said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE the ornament!

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Hi there Winni thanks for popping over for WOYWW last week very late but able to see work above too thanks for sharing your great fun times and ideas, Shaz in Oz.x

Tania Brzovic said...

Oooh... that Santa is too cool!

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