Wednesday, June 12, 2013

WOYWW #209 Prepping for Flag Day

Hi,  guys!  It is Wednesday, and you know what that means:  I am sharing what is on my work desk!  I am currently working on a Flag Day card for my sister.  Flag Day is on Friday (6/14) here in the States.  I took out a bunch of patriotic images, and my stash of red, white, blue ribbons, etc.




I decided on this adorable kitty dressed in an Uncle Sam hat by Stampsmith.  You will see my Distress Inks out on the desk as I decided to antique/age him a bit.

I hope to share the finished card on Friday after I give it to my sister!  Looking forward to visiting with you today and seeing what you are working on!

Thank you to Julia of Stamping-Ground for making this fun weekly challenge possible!  I love how crafters from all over the world spend time together each week and it makes the large world feel much smaller!

Until next time!

19 comments:

Gibby Frogett said...

Hi Winnie thanks for stopping by earlier. Loving your desk and all the stamps I can see - what fabulous imagery. Thats one cool kitty.
How are your oppossums? have they gone yet?...Happy WOYWW... Gill x

Shaz Brooks said...

Great desk shot, I love Stampsmith stamps. the kitty is gorgeous! Have a great week, Hugs Shaz #36 xxx

Laura said...

Good morning, Winnie. Your kitty is adorable and will look great on your sister's card. Thanks for your visit and happy WOYWW to you!! ~ Laura #101

Maudieroff Roffey said...

Hi Winnie - thanks for stopping by - my mojo always seems to pick up after a trek around WOYWW world lol - Kitty looks very regal... Mxx #25

Darlene said...

O I luv Stampsmith !!! Looks like the card is going to be awesome
Darlene #120

Marcia said...

Winnie the Kittie is so cute. Have fun making the card. Want to see the finished product

Marcia said...

Winnie the Kittie is so cute. Have fun making the card. Want to see the finished product

sandee said...

That Americana kitten is adorable!!! I love how you are aging him too. Thanks for visiting my WOYWW desk, well storage area, lol Waving hi from the hills of North Carolina ♥

jill said...

What a lovely card Winnie. The cat wearing the hat made me smile. Happy woyww. Jill #28

Francesca said...

Love the cat stamp, really good. Happy flag day to you. Francesca #112

Maisie Moonshine said...

Hi Winnie - I could use a trip over to your desk - I've got to do a 4th of July spread for my next Art Journal class and being a Brit I don't have much Americana in my stash. Those stamps would be perfect! Hope you have a great week MMx #43

Ria Gall said...

Hi Winnie
I love the idea of the card you are making for your sister and look forward to seeing the card when it is finished.
Happy WOYWW and I hope you have a great week
Ria #42

Maisie Moonshine said...

Thanks Winnie! :0) MMx

Emma Made said...

Happy flag day and WOYWW! Emma 131 (late to the party!)

Sandra Castle said...

Adore that Uncle Sam Kittie! And is that a Tim Holtz 'Seasonal' sheet I spy on the card? That's going to look so good! Thank you for visiting me! Happy stamping from Sand 97 x

Lunch Lady Jan said...

I would never have put Uncle Sam and a cat together but they work, in a bizarre sort of way! Love the makings of your cards...I hope that you have a great Flag Day celebration!
Hugs, LLJ 39 xx

sandysewin said...

Is that patriotic paper from a Tim Holtz paper stash? It's really cute, looking forward to seeing the finished card.

Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier and for the kind comments.

Happy Woyww!

Sandy #113

The Taming of the Glue said...

What a great stamp, I love it! We don't have a flag day here and no-one sends cards on St. George's Day which is a shame. Maybe I should start it! Hugs. Pam#26

Dawn's Stamping Garden said...

I love the Tim Holtz patriotic papers! I'm somewhat of a paper hoarder (go figure) and just haven't broken it out yet. I don't make Flag Day cards, but maybe, just maybe for the 4th? We have a dear friend whose birthday is the 4th of July. In fact, that is a good idea! Thank you for the inspiration!
See you again soon!
Dawn

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