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Wednesday, 31 July 2013

WOYWW 217

Hello Everbody,

Well - it's Wednesday again and here I am playing in What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday or WOYWW #217. That means it's time to blog surf around the World and have a peak at what art others are doing on their desks. If you want to find out about this or join in go to Julia's blog at STAMPING GROUND.

This week I am showing you a Pergamano frame that I have just finished.
This definitely makes my eyes bad and I end up going through four different pairs of glasses by the end of the day  they get stronger each time  !!! LoL






In the background are some of my ' Back to School' tickets I am making for a Swap :-D
Thank you for visiting - now I'm off round the world for my weekly 'fix'  :-D  Much LUV xxxxxxxxxxxx


49 comments:

  1. Wow...That frame looks fantastic. Sorry to hear it was so bad on the eyes. Happy crafting.

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  2. What a kewl frame and all those little dots I can understand your need for 4 sets of glasses but well worth it :) hugs Nikki I'm posted Here

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  3. Send me an email and I'll take a better pic tommorrow and send it to you :)

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  4. That frame is really pretty. How did you create it?? And what will you do with it?? Sorry for all the questions, I am a nosey nelly. Well give those eyes a rest. Have a good one. (((HUGS)))
    Kimmie
    http://happyhomeschoolroom.blogspot.com/2013/07/woyww-217.html

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  5. I love the tickets - what a sweet idea. But of course I love the frame..I totally understand about the glasses...but mostly I'm full of admiration for your patience. Amazing piece. Don't be giving it away now, surely?!

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  6. Good heavens . . . is there no end to your amazing talents woman?

    Happy WOYWW.

    Hugs
    Sarn xxx

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  7. Another desker was showcasing Pergamano earlier and it looked gorgeous. I am intrigued. This looks absolutely exquisite. How is it done? Julie Ann #12

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  8. Cripes- I can see why you're suffering with bad eyes! What a fantastic frame - beautiful! Love your tickets too. Have a great week. MMx #42

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  9. Gosh that looks complicated no wonder you need strong glasses
    Lynn :)

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  10. Wow, that's really intricate. How very clever you are. We think it would get our fur in a twist trying that.

    Hugs from the bears @#78

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  11. Thanks for visiting already - your pergamano is lovely. Yes, hard on the eyes. I, too, have to swap glasses every now and then - and use a large magnifying day light!!! Must be getting old or something.
    Have a great week.
    Margaret

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  12. Thanks for visiting me! I like the backgrounds you made. I can't wait to see the finished ones :) Uniflame - 81

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    1. And I am not reading right, haha. I thought those were background frames. What are you going to use them for?

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  13. The detail in the frame is amazing. You are lucky to still have vision after finishing all that work. Incredibly beautiful.
    Sandra @69

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  14. Goodness, Ike, that's absolutely amazing! It looks like Honiton lace. Soo beautiful, and I'm not surprised it was doing your eyes in. I've never tried Pergamano - it's gorgeous.

    Thanks for your lovely comment - yes, it's all very exciting. We are anticipating moving on Tues. 27th Aug. now, if the removal firm isn't booked up. We've got a very tight schedule because we've got to work round Mum coming down on 28th.

    Happy WOYWW,
    Shoshi #66

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  15. Hi for WOYWW - what a beautiful frame - pergamano is way too much for me I think... such tiny detail looks brilliant though - have a great week - Mxx #84

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  16. You have made very beautiful frame. And I am not surprised that You need some glasses. How can You see so mall tangles??
    Greetings from Finland :-)

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  17. G'day Ike
    thanks for dropping by my blog and leaving a message for WOYWW. Oh my I love pergamano but my eyes wont let me do it any more. Your frame is drop dead gorgeous though. Oh and the skull art below is bloomin awesome!
    hugs
    Annette In Oz
    hugs
    Annette In Oz #4

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  18. OMG! I think my eyes would be totally shot after that sort of detailed work! But it looks fab.

    Happy WOYWW!
    Mary Anne (17)

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  19. So gorgeous! Thanks for the earlier visit. Happy WOYWW! Nan G #75

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  20. OMG! That is amazing, I would never be able to do that! Sucks getting old with the eyesight doesn't it? I have to rotate what I do - reading is the worst - I have no trouble reading but if I read for too long afterwards can't see to do anything else!! Thanks for the earlier visit and happy WOYWW Cindy

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  21. Wow - this is fantastic - though it would make my eyes water just thinking about it! - I'm not surprised you had to keep changing to stronger glasses!
    Bernice #39

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  22. Stunning lace...I admire you.regards zeffy40

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  23. Thank you for sharing yours, and for the kind comment you lest on mine! The paper you liked is Graphic 45 "Forgotten City" #4500470 in case you want to buy some some where... I love the designs in it!
    -Tera (#98 Ohio, USA)

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  24. This is gorgeous!!! And dare I say, worth the bad eyes? Haha!

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  25. We all agree that frame is a treasure so intricate and time consuming. Well done a frame worth framing:) Be well~ Carole
    http://carolescreativecritters.blogspot.com/2013/07/making-card-candy-woyww-217.html

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  26. wow, that frame is just beautiful!
    The stamps on my desk are by Whimsy Stamps http://www.whimsystamps.com/

    Debxx

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  27. Such precision on this amazing frame, Ike! I know what you mean about the glasses. I keep a tub full on top of my scrape bins and swap out as needed!

    Thanks for inviting to see what you are up to!! And thanks for your visit!

    Lynn #103

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  28. Looks like you are going to have to tell us more about the frame, we love it but dont understand it:)
    Must also get more glasses, I only have 2 pair!

    Lynda #59

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  29. You have my deepest admiration for the Pergamanto lace. I tired it ONCE, OMGosh! my eyes were MUCH better then, can't imagine trying it now...LOL
    It is a stunning frame!!!
    Krisha #108

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  30. Thanks for visiting my desk already! Now my eyes would be bad after making something like this! WOW it is stunning and you must have serious patience #85

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  31. Ooh your parchment is beautiful - I don't do so much these days as I used to.
    Thank you for visiting my workdesk & leaving a comment. I think you were a little mislead on the embossing folders - they are not A3 - but there 3 folders there. Sorry about that confusion. #21

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  32. lovely frame . Thanks for stopping by earlier. The big pink thing on my desk is my Crop o Dail made by We 'R' Memory keepers. It's used for making holes on paper & seting eyelets. Check out youtube for more info. I love mine. Jill #99

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  33. oh my goodness I have always admired pergamano from a distance, yours is exquisite
    Bridget #63

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  34. Your frame is exquisite -so detailed no wonder that you need your specs! Thanks for calling by earlier! Ali#101

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  35. I thought this was lace! I've always envied folk with the patience to do pergamano, although I'm sure it must be tough on the eyes, I bet you need lots of breaks! Now..Hugh Jackman - fantastic, just that I do not like 3D - mind you Hugh made it bearable, Thanks for visiting, Chris46

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  36. Thanks for visiting me earlier and leaving your kind comment. Loving your gorgeous frame. I love the intricacy of this type of papercraft but so don't have the patience or coordination to do something so detailed. Loving your cute little tickets too! Happy WOYWW! Danie #25

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  37. That frame is incredible, I would go insane doing that. You have a lot of patience and I can see how your eyes would be bad.
    Have a great week.
    Von #34

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  38. Is that tatting or something? It's beautiful!! My eyes are starting to go too. I find myself needing reading glasses or using my prescription bifocals more often. i initially needed to see far away - but wasn't that far off 20/20 but what a difference! Brigita #91

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  39. Fabulous pergamon frame you have created... I can imgine why the glasses had to go up in strength! Annette #1 for the first time in 4 years!

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  40. This is an amazing frame. What a beautiful piece. I don't even own four pair of glasses, so that made me smile when I read it. I can understand, though.

    Loved the tickets. Clever and cute. Happy belated WOYWW from #2.

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  41. I'm a bit late visiting this week....I had a really manic day yesterday with my sewing. Thought I'd call in before today became the same!
    You must have a lot of patience...your frame is amazing.
    Hugs,
    A x # 3

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  42. Woah, super detailed!
    Thanks for stopping by
    Laura
    53
    :)

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  43. WOW! That frame is awesome!!
    Happy WOYWW (on thursday)
    xxDaniella

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  44. Beautiful frame, and such a lot of work in it. I have not done any for a while, but I do use a lightbox, which makes things easier on the eyes. Thank you for your visit this week. The guillotine has a reasonable safety protection, but it is just so accurate. I would not want to be without it now. Hope you have a good week. xx Maggie #48

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  45. This is utterly impressive!! If you can read this, I wish you a Happy Belated WOYWW! Enjoy the rest of your week!! Darnell #118

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  46. Hello. Well Im Roberta aka Bert #122. And Im new and very slow at this. I seem to get lost in all the goodies in every one sites.. just wanted to say thank you for sharing and letting me peak. Have a lovely day. Bert

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  47. That is a gorgeous frame! Such detail! No wonder the glasses must get stronger as the day wears on. :) I'm running fairly late but still here before the next one to say thanks for stopping by and leaving me a comment already. :) Deeyll

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  48. wow that's an awesome frame!!! And no kidding it's hard on your eyes...

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