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Wednesday, May 11, 2016

What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday #362

Happy Wednesday Everyone!  I have to say that ever since I discovered Julia Dunnit over at the Stamping Ground, and started participating in "What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday" (WOYWW) I just LOVE getting to Wednesday every week! (You can check out all the What is it's and How To's HERE on Julia's Blog). Here is Another corner of my workspace today... 


Yes, I am BLESSED to have been able to create my dream workspace this year when we moved into our "forever home" in January and I have been showing you a teeny weeny bit of it every WOYWW post since March... but you can check out the Entire Space HERE in my Studio Reveal if you are curious... Smile.
Today I want to point out a couple of cool things in this corner of my space:  firstly, this is another of my windows where today I am showcasing all the faces I painted on my Art Journey last week (all about that HERE).
And here is close up of some of my "hangy-things" I use insead of curtains.  I just added this really cool Air Plant in a glass tear drop - isn't that just too cool?
And lastly - this is the brand-new metal storage container Mr. Awesome surprised me with for Mother's Day when I got home from my Art Week... (Squeeeeee!)  Not only is it EXACTLY what I would have bought for myself (bird knob and all!) but it also fits every single tube of the "Good Paint" that I own, and now I can easily see and reach all my colors. Plus, I put it on a heavy-duty lazy susan so it spins too! Thank you for popping by today, I hope you enjoyed your visit to my space and please do leave me a comment if you like what you are seeing and I will return the visit!

Scrapbooking ARTIST, Lynne Mizera
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18 comments:

  1. We do hangy things in our conservatory. Love your mushrooms. I bought one for my Mum years ago but have yet to get one myself. I bought my hubby all the glass stuff to make things but he has only made a couple so far, which is probably less than one a year!!! Yes it is great how WOYWW gets you doing stuff, glad I have that LO done at last. Christmas photos are pending on my desk now!!!! Thanks for visiting and Happy WOYWW BJ#26

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  2. You have a fabulous studio - I do love your 'hangy things' and also your spinny thing too - I would love to keep my paint like that, how organised you are, and what a lovely hubby you have! I also love the faces - they are so vibrant and colourful. Thanks so much for stopping by my desk earlier, I hope you have a great week,
    Diana #24

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  3. Super-gorgeous art on the window ledge, such magical faces, all so soulful, colorful and beautifully painted! I love your window of magical hanging treasures, fantastic vibes and energy! Great storage and workspace..charming and beautiful!
    Wishing you a lovely day!
    Victoria

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  4. Just love your creative space and the ongoing projects that you're working on. Glad you had fun on your trip.

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    1. Catherine, so nice you popped by... have you ever considered sharing your workspace.. no pressure... to create or to clean... Grin.. I would LOVE to see your space some day (hugs)

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  5. Your space just keeps going! Fantastic. You are very fortunate indeed. And just look at all those trees outside - what a backdrop for artwork! Love the bird knob!!! A great gift from Mr Awesome.
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #4

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  6. Love how you lined up your face canvases in the window, Lynne! They look awesome all together, as do the dingly-danglies. How nice of Mr Wonderful to surprise you! Mine would never think of something like that. Wanna swap? Just kidding! Have a wonderful week and be careful not to fall over when you swoon :)

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  7. Love the peek at your space, and cool paint carousel. Now I'm off to see the whole tour. Thanks for dropping by my place too. Happy WOYWW! Susanne #48

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  8. Hey Lynne - thanks for the visit. mail me at clairescraftsDOTgmxDOTcom and we will swap something - whatever it is ;) I went and looked at your new space - your Hubby is indeed Mr Awesome and please send him to me. Also you are retired. I am jealous, but happy for you (maybe) Love the art faces. Happy WOYWW Claire #45

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    1. Dear Claire, I cannot get your email address to work so will you kindly email me Your address at scrapbooklynne@hotmail.com and then I will have the correct email and I will send you my address (Smile) PS: I have already made you something!!!

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  9. Lynne, I LOVE your creative space - so beautifully light and bright, and all your hangy things in the window, and the coloured paints, and those fabulous, fabulous face paintings... After this I shall follow your links and have a better look at all these delights! Thank you for your lovely comment on my blog - I'm so glad you enjoyed my kitty post, and thank you for your good wishes for my hospital appointments.

    Happy belated WOYWW,
    Shoshi #52

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  10. Hi Lynne it is a lovely crafty nest you have. I had to smile when you were talking about the Graphic 45 papers over at mine. I actually feel scared when I use them as you have to decide which side to use! Decisions! decisions! Thanks for the visit to mine and wishing you a great woyww, Angela x23

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  11. What a wonderful arty space you have created. It looks great. I love all the art by the window.

    Have a great week
    Sharon K #40

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  12. That lazy susan paint holder is so cool :) Thanks for the earlier visit, ~Stacy #50

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  13. love your art room, and you have lots of wonderful art on show too.. your paint storage looks very useful . Helen #3

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  14. Such a fab work room I bet you can get really crafty there! Happy to swap ATCs - email me with your address - twiglet517@hotmail.co.uk. Thanks. Jo

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  15. When I saw your first photo I was bending over to look closely at your window sill thinking 'Oh, I LOVE that!" ... and then I found out you posted close up photos: thanks!!! Such a beautiful space you have, and the faces you painted are gorgeous!! Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier this week, hug from Holland. Marit #25

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  16. Hi, thanks for your WOYWW visit that I'm bit late in returning! How wonderful to have a space you love and what a great container for your paints. Happy WOYWW! ~ Laura

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