Wednesday, January 7, 2015

What’s on Your Workdesk #292

Helloo crafty deskers!

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This picture was taken late Tuesday afternoon because I knew once my husband got home I wouldn’t have time to get back into my room!  Let’s see the super specs are buried under some paper, I had to stitch up Cooper’s T-Rex earlier in the day and the black thread against the black head was giving me fits!  An almost finished anniversary card, my nippled glue is hidden there behind it.  So far by the way I LOVE it!  Paper cutter and bits of paper here and there.  That handsome devil on the screen is Cooper in all his glory playing posing in the first decent snow of the season.   Out the window you can get a little glimpse of the snow covered woods.  The pictures was taken with my new prime camera lens I love how it makes things in the distance all fuzzy, makes things seem a little softer..

All but I digress, so before I wax on head over to see Julia at the Stamping Ground and catch up on more crafty fun!

12 comments:

  1. Wow what a beautiful snowy woods scene outside. A great thing to see while you are warm and cozy inside creating :) I want to get some nipples for my glue but keep forgetting. Happy desk hopping!

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  2. Sorry...nippled glue? Is that so your tassels won't drop off?? Lol....bad LLJ, I've got a naughty sense of humour.....
    Love the snowy scene through your window and isn't your Cooper a handsome boy? (does he sort of know that already!) That's a very striking pose he's adopting!
    Hugs, LLJ 18 xx

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    1. LOL! No, no my glue bottles have nipples now ;) see last weeks blog post!

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  3. I enjoy seeing pics of Cooper in the snow! We don't get snow here and I have to admit... I miss it some. I, too, have the nippled glue bottle and it's doing great for not drying out. Been 2 weeks now. Thanks for popping by and Happy WOYWW!
    Carol N #47

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  4. Beautiful scene to look out your window and what a handsome dog hugs Nikki 8

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  5. oooh enjoy that lens :) I have already forgotten about the nipples on the glue bottles so that is a fun memory jog. ~Stacy #67

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  6. MY he is a handsome fellow.... wonderful markings.
    I have to ask .... nippled glue? not sure if it was a typo or not but sounds interesting
    janet #16

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    1. No not a typo lol! Last weeks desk post was about a fab find of using silicone baby bottle nipples for glue bottles and it is fantastic!

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  7. Hard to imagine snow when its so hot over here! Your desk looks busy and happy.
    Happy WOYWW!
    Tertia #22

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  8. Happy New Year! I hope you stay warm!

    Happy Crafting!
    Jeannie #33

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  9. What a lovely dog you have! And I do love to look at the snow although I don't like the cold.
    I actually did buy baby bottle teats (as they are called in Europe), but got a shock at the check out as they were more expensive than the glue! I still think it's a mighty good idea and i thank you for suggesting it, but I really can't afford it. I've got a pack of two which I will certainly use as toppers and I'll let you know how I get on.
    Have a great week,
    Lisca#25

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Thank you so much for spending some time with me today! I really appreciate any comments that are left behind!