Wednesday, September 16, 2015

WOYWW, 3 workdesks and 3 cards!

Good morning my dear bloggy friends!

Another 2 weeks have past when I didn't appear on here! One reason was me and my DBF where both ill with a bad cold! How is that having a cold in summer? Well it was summer here still! Then we went to stay at my moms for a week ....Since I partly live in England I try to spend time with her when I am here - she is 81 and me now living so far away is not easy for her!
Anyway this is my last week in Slovenia, next week we are travelling back to England! I am a bit worried with all these borders closing because of the migrant crisis, but I guess we will have to put up with it if we want to get back! I feel sorry for these people but I think the EU should come to some solution and spread them out evenly, register them somehow and settle them in properly and humanly! I always think how would I feel if I had run for my life with my daughter when she was small! It is a horrible situation!
Ok then lets forget about all the horrible stuff around us for the moment and get up to what we always do on Wednesdays! Look and snoop around desks!
As you can see in the title of my blog I have three "workdesks" this week! Here is my first one, the one you see most Wednesdays.....

I am making a book for a friend - I should have finished it ages ago but there was so much stuff going on I just couldn't - I guess it will have to come back with me to England!
Next up my sewing desk! Very busy on that one as the making of the quilt for my daughter is in full swing!

So much to do and I only have a few more days! Pressure, pressure, pressure!
And here is my last "desk" - actually my garden that needed some work done to it.....

Now lets have a look at the cards I have made recently....Here is a card for a wedding, my brother went to a wedding and asked me to make a card for the newlyweds!





Then I made a cute card for my DBFs grandson.....a space - monster one! He absolutely loved it!

And the third card was for my 86 year old aunt who has the same name as I do so I send her a card for our nameday every year!



So thats my contribution to the nosing party! Enjoy your snooping and don't forget to link up tp our HQ at Stamping Ground where our captain Julia guides us every WOYWW!

Have a lovely week! I won't be here next week as I will be travelling over Europe trying to get to England but I will be back the week after to tell you how we got on!
Lots of hugs to all of you,
CARDARIAN





9 comments:

  1. Lovely cards girly, especially like the one for Dolores! Sorry you've both been poorly, its a right old Sod when you're so busy. Travel well!

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  2. Wow Dolores you have benn busy. I love the fabric/colour combo you are using for the quilt - don't forget to show us the finished one! x Jo

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  3. Loving all your desks! Glad you are feeling better. Hope you have a good journey and aren't disrupted too much. Take care Zo xx 36

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  4. Hi Cardarian, I enjoyed looking at your cards very much. The quilt must be a big project! I agree with you about the migrant crisis. Families with young children should be assisted - I don't understand though why they don't stop in the first safe country and insist on trekking with little ones all across Europe, putting their healths and even their lives at risk. We can't take in all the refugees/migrants because there will be millions more to come. Surely, the problem should be dealt with in their own countries. I know it's not easy and I don't have the solution. Hope you get back to the UK safely. Happy WOYWW zsuzsa @ InkyDinkyDoodle #38

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  5. Love the monster card! Haven't you had a productive week. I hope you manage a safe and hassle-free journey back to blighty. Happy crafting :-)
    Max, #44

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  6. You have been busy and your cards are all soo great. The terrace garden looks so very different but lovely and I'm sure it will be overflowing again when those plants grow. Safe journey but I'll speak to you before you depart. Lots of love Jo x

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  7. Gorgeous fabric and love the cards too. Have a great week and happy woyww, Angela x 29

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  8. Enjoyed all your pretty photos. Cards are so great. I too, would like to see this border thing settled soon. I feel so sorry for these people. Precious little people, I cannot imagine how their emotions are and their well being can keep up with this turmoil. and WHY? Have a good weekend...best wishes on your travels.

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  9. Ooooo koliko dogajanja
    super voščilnice
    le kaj se bo sešilo
    lp Tamara

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