Wednesday, 27 June 2012

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Morning and happy blog hopping, if you have no idea what I am on about head over to The Stamping Ground where Julia Dunnit hosts the weekly blog hop for nosy crafters ;)
My craft space has evolved this week with the addition of another little desk and some shelf space in the wardrobe. still looks like a bomb has gone off but hey, what can you do??

and yes, thats a skull :)
xx thank you everyone for stopping by,  mark

40 comments:

  1. there are some yummy goodies on your desk...but of all the things i expected to see it was not a skull!! still i am sure you have amazing plans afot and cannot wait to see what you do! trace x 58

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  2. You're up early this week! Or haven't you gone to bed yet! Desk looks cool. Not surprised it's grown a bit. Interesting to see a skull ...... have yourself a good day.
    Neil#63

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  3. Goodness! I thought I was seeing things at first, it really is a skull. Will be interested to see how you deal with that one. Good to see that you managed to create more room for yourself, I promise you, you will find more......... Anne x #57

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  4. Lucky for you. I just don't think I could fit another thing into my room:(

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  5. just stopped back to say well done on the win at simon says!! trace x

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  6. Just had to go to "home" and find out a bit more about that skull. Fabulous!
    Love how your craft room is growing and I think I spy a much loved desk getting paint on it - before long you will find you need elastic walls.
    Congrats on your recent wins - can you email me - on my side bar - please.
    Thanks for sharing - Hugs, Neet #21

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  7. LOL! That SKULL. Wonder where the other 56 are :)

    Happy WOYWW

    Mary Anne (1)

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  8. Love your evolving craft space! Helen, 26

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  9. Ooh! Love the skull!

    Lovely creative space.

    Happy WOYWW

    Zoe #54

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  10. Morning Mark - great new storage - you can never have enough! Did you make the twirly alcohol ink storage? Would it work for stickler I wonder? Apparently I should have been storing them upside down all this time instead of a higgledy piggledy mess in my drawer! Have fun with the skull! that didn't sound right did it? :-) WOYWW Hugs from Helen 89

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  11. Great to see your busy desk, including the additional one - not sure about the skull though - lol! Thanks for letting us have a peep into your workspace today. Hope you have a good week. Hazel, WOYWW #27 x

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  12. Ooooh - had to click for a closer look! Is this for the Andy Skinner class? I am so tempted to sign up to the Outcasts one!

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  13. Great skull, until I read your other post, thought you might have been abit of grave robbing LOL. xxxx

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  14. Yep, I agree is it a skull but, where did you unearth it? It is very Skinnerish. Won't be long before the craft space takes over, I think you are showing restraint keeping it to just 2 desks.
    Sandra @105

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  15. Love your space, thanks for sharing. Is that a skull I spy? Can't wait to see what you do with that! I'm signing up to join your blog this morning!
    Glenda 107

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  16. ...I'm not surprised your skull has pride of place on your desk, it is an awesome looking piece & your room is fast becoming a tardis!...it's not often that you see an iron were boys are concerned or is it taking line in the queue for alteration!! ;) ...Mel :)
    I've been unable to take part today but have dropped by a few desks...congratulations on getting top 3 again at SSSS :)

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  17. I too need additional table and shelf space! Never used the excuse of a bomb yet. I will one day! Nice to see a man's desk here on WOYWW (in addition to Neil's!)- he needs some company! patsy

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  18. All looks very intriguing, Mark, and that skull, well it's huge! Take care, enjoy this week's snooping extravaganza! Zo xx 74

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  19. So what ya' gonna' do with skull? Nosey minds want to know! lol waving the #49 from the hills of North Carolina :)

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  20. Nice scull you have over there :) Happy WOYWW and have a great week! kissinia

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  21. That skull is amazing! Are you going to do more with it? I love it!

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    1. thank you, skull is all done, pics and propper post bellow. x

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  22. Excuse me, but I think someone has lost their head there. Paint me a silly color, but that skull looks chocolate to me. I'll bet there is a market for that. I don't think it looks too bombastic, more like creative chaos.

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  23. Of course it's a skull, I didn't dare ask, lol! Craft spaces are always evolving, pretty soon you'll be sleeping on the sofa cause you turned your whole bedroom into a craft room!

    Hugs
    Brenda 5

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  24. Cool, cool, cooooooool. See me smiling?

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  25. I can't read the other comments because they are black ink on dark brown background for some reason and I don't know how to change that. But can I say, first, thank you for coming by to visit me already, and, second, you scare me just a little bit with the skull business! Have a great week! Darnell #55

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  26. Great to see some alternative and unusual crafting going on, keep up the good work Mark! Debs #146

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  27. wow- you don't see many skulls on peoples desk!

    Thanks for the peek,

    Rebecca #81

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  28. Interesting looking skull. You really do a variety of cool stuff! Nice little addition to the crafty work space, I see.

    Happy WOYWW
    Hugs, Kay #34

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  29. Thanks for coming by. The new desk space looks good - probably heat proof which is an advantage. Have you seen the Skull brand of vodka that comes in a skull-shaped bottle, natch. It's quite beautiful. Looking forward to the finished sculpture.
    Ros #121

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  30. always great to have more desk space isn't it? i'm off to see the skull post. happy WOYWW!
    thanks for sharing!
    hugs,#23
    peggy aplSEEDS

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  31. I prefer messy spaces..they look lived in and make you want to be creative.There is never enough desk space-ever!Looking forward to seeing more of your work.
    Judy# 82

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  32. I was thinking the Men from Mars have landed, it's looks great! (the Skull!) Great craftiness going on this week! Bit late, as had not much time to blog, and hardly any Internet...well, it was there, I just wasn't plugged in! Have a great crafting week! HaPPy WoYwW!!

    (((Lyn))) #32


    Ps Thank you for following, (I put a link in on one of my posts) and I'm following too! but in a blogging way not in a storking mad person sort of way...

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  33. Hi Mark - it is the gorey one, and looks like you like a bit of gore with a skull on your desk!!
    If you want some skulls (real or plaster) go to a place called Kutna Hora in Czech!! Ewch! Google it!!
    Thanks for visiting!
    Hettie

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  34. Hi Mark, Thanks for your comment on my blog. You made a comment about sewing not being your thing, but let me tell you, I hated sewing so much, I didn't get started until my 40's!I was so bad you wouldn't believe it.I only got started when my mother wanted someone to go with her to a doll making workshop.I just kept on going from there!
    Now I am about to make cushions and allsorts. My old mother is amazed.I used to be an outdoors person, but arthritis has forced me to look elsewhere , and there was sewing.Now I Never say Never to anything!
    Judy

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  35. wait until your space turns into a whole room!!
    the paper you asked about is from the Twilight Cd from Debbi Moore- did a bit of a mega printing session with it so you will be seeing it for weeks to come
    Allisonx

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  36. Yes, as Allison says, your space will turn into a whole room one day... My whole room is now feeling cramped and what I wouldn't give for a whole house!!!

    Thanks for your comment on my blog, and thank you, I am feeling a lot better tdoay after a weeek's enforced rest.

    happy belated WOYWW,
    Shoshi #15

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  37. Hello!

    Your workdesk photos are the kind I love to click on to enlarge so I can study all the detail! :<) Wishing you a happy weekend!

    Hugs,

    Barbara Diane

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  38. I don't know why it's so fascinating to look in somebody else's studio.

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  39. Hi Mark, yep was great to meet you, so glad I plucked up courage to say hello, when I went across to the Hall I also met Alison (craftytrog)...was amazing place and so impressed by the amount of demonstrations going on! and as for the Barn that's a dangerous place to be with all that kit!!...my mum did buy me a coupla bits so was well chuffed and journey home was so much easier...Mel :)

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