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Tuesday, 23 July 2013

WOYWW 216

Hello Wednesday Peeps,

HAPPY WOYWW 216.... if you don't know what we're on about here, then pop over to Julia's Blog at the STAMPING GROUND and have a look. It's a great way of nosying round other people's desks to see what they are up to.



Right - so this week it's a shot of what I am doing just now..... making little baggies for my friend who makes jewellery. 
In exchange for this mind numbingly tedious task of cutting, scoring, folding and sticking, we usually barter, and this time she is giving me 2 bags of fabric 'offcuts' and a Frappe in town on Thursday morning :-D
OK 50 done and 50 more to go !!!! :-D

See you later and thanks for dropping by :-) xx

43 comments:

  1. Fair exchange indeed - happy WOYWW. Helen 7

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  2. That is a fair exchange. happy crafting #12

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  3. That's a pretty fun exchange! Not sure that I would be able to do this mind numbing job... but you seem to be doing good!

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  4. Oh that does look like a lot of work - surely you could get a die to do all the cutting and scoring - it would make it a bit faster!
    Bernice #23

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  5. Your little baggies are brilliant! (Of course!!) Happy WOYWW
    This week I'm #36....how lovely!!
    (the face cream must be working)
    ((Lyn))

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  6. That must be one heck of a cup of Frappe'. JK, i think it's great you and your friend barter and trade off. You're half way to your Frappe. Have a great week. (((HUGS)))
    Kim
    WOYWW #41

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  7. Hi Ike
    that is one heck of a job you have going on there but I think your price was fair.
    It is great when crafters can share different things like that as not everyone has the same skills.
    Sending hugs for WOYWW and hope you enjoy the rest of your week
    Ria #45

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  8. Must be a good friend, bags looks great and I am sure she will appreciate them
    Bridget #24

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  9. You bags look great, and bartering is always so much fun when both parties gain goodies.
    Have a great week and I hope you enjoy your Frappe!
    Krisha #22

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  10. One hand washes the other. Love the exchange.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

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  11. I wondered why there was so much white - thought perhaps you'd got a job lot to alter! Good for you..that Frappe will go down really well...let us ooh and ahh over the fabrics too huh?!

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  12. I think barter is a brilliant idea. I just made a card for a lady who lives in Spain. She wanted to pay, but I suggested sending me lots of Spanish ephemera - labels, stamps all sorts instead. Hope you enjoy that frappe! Julie Ann #17 x

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  13. love to barter but in this case I am glad it is you and not me! 50 more and you are off for that Frappe! Have a great week. Thanks for sharing. Vickie #71

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  14. oh my what stamina you have, but they are pretty bags and well worth the swap. Soon be done (hopefully)

    Lynda #1

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  15. What a great trade off, I think that this sort of trade/barter system is fabulous for all types of things. Enjoy your frappe and can't wait to see what you create with your fabric offcuts! Happy WOYWW! Danie #74

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  16. sounds a great system! I wish more of us in the West bartered - we have so many gifts and talents to exchange!
    happy WOYWW and have a great week :)
    no. 60

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  17. Hmmm . . . I think she has a good deal . . . you need to get better at barter! LOL!

    Happy WOYWW my friend. Hope you have some LOUD music on while cutting folding and sticking!
    xxx

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  18. Mmm we love frappe, well worth the tediousness of cutting and scoring we think.

    Waving hi from the bears @#90

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  19. Half way there LOL - I find repetitive stuff therapeutic - but 100 - whew... LOL - by the way I think someone played around with the WOYWW numbers again - you are #13 - mmm lucky number - well it is for me anyway... thanks for popping over - Happy WOYWW - Mxx #4

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  20. A Frappe...no wonder you went for it!
    Karen #77

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  21. Thanks for swinging by my blog today.

    After the endless amount of wedding stationery and favour boxes, you totally have my empathy on such a laborious, repetitive job! Still, half done and on the home strait now...

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  22. Lovely to hear of your bartering....there should be lots more of it in the world :-)
    Hugs,
    A x # 8

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  23. Sounds like a bargain to me, what a great idea bartering with friends, it is a win, win situation. Thanks for popping in to say hi.

    Happy WOYWW
    Eliza & Yoda 55

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  24. It's awesome to barter! Have fun!
    XXDaniella#46

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  25. Hi thanks for popping by my blog....doing repetitive work can get tedious,,,so watch a video or something....I like your idea of bartering....do you collect fabrics? If so I might have some to share with you.....let me know

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  26. Mind numbing but oh so cute. Thanks for visiting me already BJ#71

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  27. Nice idea to barter - thanks for stopping by. Cindy #36

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  28. Bartering can be so fun! Hope you have a die to cut all those boxes! Happy WOYWW and thanks for visiting!
    Carol N #18

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  29. A great idea bartering but would not fancy doing your part. Made a lot of menu cards, place cards etc for my sister - as you say quite tedious.Like the sound of the off cuts etc though. Happy WOYWW Thanks for visiting me. Anne x

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  30. Love the barter ...... sure you got the best deal??!
    Very pretty bags, enjoy the frappe
    Bishopsmate #76

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  31. Cute bags and good/fair exchange. Enjoy the frappe (and a piece of cake should be thrown in)
    Hugs and Thanks for visiting me earlier - Neet 44 xx

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  32. Good grief that would send me scatty! I can barely make one box correctly with the sides the right length etc! Have a great week! #2

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  33. Ike,
    Very nice of you to make those bags for your friend. Enjoy your coffee treat out in town! You cracked me up when you said, "... mind numbingly tedious task of cutting, scoring, folding and sticking,..." You are a hoot my friend!
    Peace,
    Kristy

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  34. Hi Ike
    I hope its a large Latte, as you say a very boring job, but I guess someone has to do it.
    do you remember the other week you told me about my Matsumoto picture. I have e mailed him to try and find out if it is by him and will keep you informed
    janet #24

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  35. Thanks for your visit! It is so nice of you to help a friend out like this :)
    Uniflame - 82

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  36. Love the little bags, you have a very lucky friend!

    Thanks for stopping by my desk on my first WOYWW :)

    Dawn #74

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  37. Sounds like you guys have a good thing going there! :) Thanks for stopping by my desk already and leaving me a nice comment...you would be welcome to rummage through my goodies/stash anytime! :) Deeyll #77

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  38. That seriously does look tedious. You are a good friend. x

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  39. Hi Ikeil
    Thanks for dropping by my blog for WOYWW. Oh wow can you come and make me some jewellery bags too? What a good friend you are. Hopefuly my right arm will improve wo I can make some more steam punk jewellery myself
    Hugs
    Annette In Oz #60

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  40. OMGoodness... that's a lot of little bags to make... I would want cake with the frappe!! LOL Annette #17

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  41. You do realise they were supposed to open at the other end?...oh well, 1,2,3,.....! Great job and a helping hand is a blessing. Well done!

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  42. Ace idea- I love this about us crafters- always willing to help each other & share what we can do. Have a great week, Hugs, Shaz #70 x

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  43. now who needs money with bartering like that :) it's the way to go, been saying it for years LOL xxxx

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