WOYWW # 149, Paper Flowers

Back at the Weekly Workdesk Wander, courtesy of our most excellent hostess, Julia Dunnit at The Stamping Ground.
   These were the Tim Dies I bought recently, having admired what people were doing with them. So I’ve spent a few days cutting out loads of flowers in different papers.

I’ve have been putting some together for a couple of Wedding cards in Black and White that I have to make.I used black and white pearlescent paper, along with some glittered vellum for a bit of sparkle.

Here I’ve layered them all up, and also added some seed beads in Black or White to the centres. So that’s my desk this week.

                   Roof Update:
 We now have a roof over our bedroom, lol, just in time for the glorious (!) Bank Holiday weather we had,and we have someone coming into plaster the room next weekend. The kitchen roof is coming off now, as well as taking down the chimney stack at the end of the kitchen. We have an old Victorian house with the galley- style kitchen:

According to the guy you can see taking it down, the only thing keeping it there was gravity!!!
 Hope you all had a lovely Easter, and have a great Wednesday.

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One thought on “WOYWW # 149, Paper Flowers

  1. Wow. Those are s pretty! I guess now DD is out of her extreme pink and girlie phase I’m not in the mindset of flowers, ever, anymore, but I do so love them myself. Ah well. Maybe she’ll return to them … one day.

    Happy WOYWW!

    Mary Anne (1)

    PS is WordPress new for you? I don’t recall it being that way before….better read back or check with the Dr. re: my shaky memory 😀

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