Wednesday, 10 October 2012

WOYWW

I’m scrapping on a hotel table again! This time we’re in wet and soggy South Devon, in Babbacombe.

Here’s my work desk 10.10.12and, as you can see, I’m working on another of the minibooks which my good friend Jackie taught me to make. You can see a completed one on my post here.

I’ll be workdesk hopping at What’s on Your Workdesk Wednesday a bit later on.

Sue x

14 comments:

SueH said...

Hi Sue,
First of all can I just say sorry for not returning your visit to my blog last week, it was just one of those weeks.

I’m sorry the weather in Babbacombe isn’t being kinder to you but at least you have your little mini album to keep you occupied if you can’t get out and about. The finished one in your other post looks amazing.

Happy Crafting!
Sue
x

Jennie Hart said...

The book looks fab, I might just have to try one for my minibook this month :D xxx

It's quite dry up here in the north!

Clare with paint in her hair said...

Hope the weather improves for the rest of your holiday!

susibee said...

I hope you share the instructions for your mini book at some point. Beth's is wonderful and I'm sure this one will be too.

fatmonica said...

Love the look of your latest mini book.Can't wait to see it finished!

Annie said...

Hi Sue

happy WOYWW and have a fab holiday. gorgeous mini books.

Hugs Annie x
( your newest follower)

Katherine (sutty) said...

Such a tidy desk and scrapping whilst you are away...I hope the weather cheers up for you tho. Loving the papers and all the cutting, it looks great :)

Twiglet said...

Cute little minibook! x Jo

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Hope the Babbacombe weather is improving for you!! I love the little book but my favourite is the sandcastle LO from the previous post - that just took me back to when my lads were little :) Lovely pics!!
Hugs, LLJ #50 xx

Neet said...

I thought this was a completed mini book - so off to look at the link to your others.
Happy Crafting.
Hugs, Neet 29 (new follower)
ps just been and seen - it is a lovely book - what a treasure.

sandra de said...

I am impressed that you can even craft when your in a hotel. Love to see what you do to that cute little book.
Sandr

Annie said...

hope things are drying out over in Devon - the sun is shining here in north Cornwall! at least you have crafty things to keep you warm and dry. thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving me a lovely comment.
hugs, annie x

Lindsay Coleman said...

I love the wedding book its beautiful & Beths birthday book is lovely, a great keepsake. A few years ago I took photos of my friends little bit on the same day each month of his first year & made a mini book for his birthday, they really loved it.

xx

Tamika said...

Cute mini album I've only fully completed one in my Tamika #14