Wednesday, October 27, 2010

WOYWW 73

Happy Wednesday! Time for another installment of Whats On Your Workdesk- #73! I really like this game.... it is a great way to post without having to finish my project the night before...lol! I am getting closer to a finished card...see... all the cool parts laid out above. I have my images, my sentiments, my cardstock layers....everything right? Wrong... I decided that since I am incorporating the brown into this card (the image far left) that I have to put some kind of ribbon on this too. You'll see once I'm done.

I do have one finished project to show you...or three if you want to be technical about it.
Altered Halloween Candy Tins! They began their life as my beloved General Foods International Dark Mayan Chocolate Latte tins...yummo! I have a dozen or so of these empty babies lying around and I decided I would recycle them in a fun way. My coworkers kids love my cards and stuff so I made them candy tins for Halloween.



I will be filling them up with Baskin Robins ice cream flavored hard candies and Ghiardehlli chocolate squares today.
So what is on your workdesk? If you would like to show it off...pop by the Stamping Ground and enter your post into Mr Linky so we can all see what you are working on.

22 comments:

  1. Oh wow so lovely halloween tins.
    Awesome work.

    Happy creating.
    Sandy (1)

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  2. What a great workspace you have :D. Love how the tins turned out. Lovely images! TFS :D

    #101

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  3. Those tins are so adorable. S #84

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  4. Can't wait to see the finished creations!

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  5. Those tins are fabulous!

    Happy WOYWW
    madni xx

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  6. Love the card in progress, and the tins are just fab.

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  7. Oh what yummy projects!
    Chrissie #9

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  8. Love the tins and the cards are looking fab too! I used the Echo Park papers this Halloween Love them x

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  9. Lovely and colourful, those tins are fab.
    Linbyx
    109

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  10. Fabulous! See you next week #72

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  11. Oh the tins look lovely. Not sure I like the 'altered' coffee drink that was originaly in 'em, but I'd drink it just to get the tins!! Love all the colour going on at your desk - and it seems pretty well ordered to me.

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  12. Those tins look delicious! And I love the paper with the witches' legs. #107

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  13. What fun projects. Thanks for the Looky See.

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  14. Scrummy Halloween goodies on show this week. The tins are fab!

    A.xx(80)

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  15. Well - lots of yummy treats there rather than tricks for someone - great desk and colours...

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  16. Your cards are going to be super cute. I too cover those coffee tins.. but I started spray painting the lids to match the paper I am using.. and it works great and drys fast..

    Hugs
    Shirley Pumpkin #41

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  17. Sweet Halloween cards and I love the tins and I don't have a one in the house right now. Do I need to run to the store? LOL Thanks for sharing. I didn't make it on the list, but am checking as many blogs as I can.

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  18. That's a great Halloween desk this week and those tins are fantastic.

    Hugs
    Brenda 89

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  19. what a fab idea, bet the kids will love them. caroline #14

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  20. Wow, these are adorable tins. I love that coffee, too. How do I get on your Halloween treat list? Did you have any leftovers (GRIN)? Sorry I'm late visiting. I'm still moving slowly, and can't sit very long, but trying to start visiting people just in time for this week's Wed post. Happy very belated WOYWW (# 15).

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  21. What a lovely craft area and some gorgeous Halloween items. Thanks for sharing your workspace. Best wishes, Kym xxx (WOYWW No 24)

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  22. What a delightful peek! Love those altered tins!
    Sheena #99

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