Wednesday, 9 May 2018

WOYWW #466

Happy Wednesday.
What a glorious few days we have had in the UK
with the hottest Bank Holiday on record.

It's WOYWW #466 and time to share another glimpse of whats on my 
work space and sneak a peek at everyone else's over at Julia's.

I wasn't sure I would be able to join in this week as I have that many 
DT projects lying around there's very little space left for anything else. 

So today I've decided to show some of my latest purchases whilst covering up 
a couple of WIP's along side products i'm currently using. 


Lovely new stamps and stencils purchased from That's Crafty from AALL & Create and a 
couple of PA stamp sets that had escaped my collection, purchased from the Craft Barn.

My old set of Neocolors II have especially been getting lots of use this past week as 
i've been creating lots of A3 masterboards using those somewhat unpopular colours.

The little needle book is my latest That's Crafty challenge DT piece.. 
HERE'S a closer look for those of you that may not have already seen it. 
If you enjoy entering Blog Challenges it may be of some interest to you..

Thank you for stopping by everyone,
I look forward to visiting you all later today.

Creative hugs & wishes Tracey xx

33 comments:

  1. I have finally checked out my neocolour IIs from the shopping basket.... looking forward to getting hold of them. Great buys; enjoy!! Helen #??

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  2. WOW, Tracey. Incredible stamps, stencils, and watercolor crayons. That book you created with the buttons is out of this world.

    Happy WOYWW from #3.

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  3. Lovely to see all your news stamps, and I'm looking forward to seeing what you make with them! Have a wonderful day, hugs, Valerie

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  4. Thanks for visiting me earlier. What lovely new stash you’ve got.
    Hugs,
    Annie x #13

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  5. Hi Tracey, some great new stash there. I only have the set of 30 Neocolor II; I'll have to get them out and play as I haven't used them for a couple of months. Nice challenge project! Happy WOYWW. Sarah #20

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  6. Every colour has it’s space though, and I suspect that in your hands the NeoII colours are absolutely fab! I’ve covered stuff up on my desk today too, but nothing so grand as DT work!

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  7. What a great WOYWW #466. Have a great week xx Jan 22

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  8. Hi Tracey, I must go back and look at the PA stamps on the Craft Barn, I'm sure they will have some I don't! I actually love the look of those Neocolours, I really love greyscale/neutrals. Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #9 XxX

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  9. Wonder why everyone is covering stuff up. Can't have too many colours I say, you'll always find one you don't have. Ani#1

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  10. It's so sad that The Craft Barn are closing but there are great offers to be had, pleased you found something though it's not difficult for we crafters Lol! to see something to purchase Hee! Hee! Thanks for the lovely comment over at mine and happy WOYWW, Angela x15x

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  11. Ooh, what a lovely lot of stash - I love the new stamp set on the top of the pile, especially the tall stems that look like lavender. I love your 'unpopular' colours - one of my favourite colour combo's is grey and yellow! Have a great week and many thanks for visiting earlier.
    Diana #21

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  12. That looks like a great haul! They have such great new designs Aall and create, just love the style! Also super cute needle book!! Have a splendid week! xo Cheetarah #28

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  13. I get drawn to certain colours too, in all my craft stash be it fabric, embroidery floss, beads or yarn. And then what do you do with the leftovers? So I'm really pleased to see that you made a point of using those specific colours! Love your new stuff especially the little bee :-D
    Hugs LLJ 13 xxx

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  14. My dear Tracey, - I had to click your photo for a closer look, :-) so many goodies, you have there, - wonderful new stamps, and the box filled with beautiful colors. Also reviewed your beautiful little needle book, in the corner on your table, so very sweet. I wish we could create together dear friend.
    Big hugs, Dorthe, xxx

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  15. Hello Tracey! I didn't get a chance to stop by last week so I am just now seeing your pretty needle book. What a clever idea and I love the colors. This week I am playing around with my Prismacolor pencils. In your comment last week, you said you use your Inktense on fabric. I am so curious now. I would like to that. My question is would the color bleed if the fabric came in contact with a bit of liqued? Well have a fantastic day and if you have time come take a peek at my desk. Belinda #30

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    1. Hi Belinda, no problem at all.. Here is that link to a previous blog regarding those inktense pencils https://hotchpotchcreations.blogspot.co.uk/2017/11/crazy-flower-fabric-bookmark-1.html
      Happy Crafting xx

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  16. Nothing nicer than looking at someone's new stash - unless it is opening your own.
    Now off for a closer look at that little book - looks interesting.
    Have a good week - Hugs, Neet 6 xx

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  17. I too was shopping this week. The weather is never to good to keep from browsing new stamps! Thanks for your visit to my desk last week.

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  18. Fantastic new stamps, stencils and Neocolore II! You are a lucky girl Tracey! Hugs, Susi

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  19. Hi Tracey, You will be busy with all that lovely new stash.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

    Happy WOYWW
    Sue #18

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  20. Lovely to see your desk Tracey and the pile of new stamps! I have some new ones too but they came too late for my first WOYWW first post!
    Seeing your Neocolour 11 has reminded me that I must dig my under used set out.
    Fliss xx

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  21. Lovely crafty stash there! Hospital visit went well - signed off at last so no more 80 mile round trips to see my lovely consultant! x Jo x Jo

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  22. Hi Tracey, Ha I had to laugh about using up the colors you do not want to play with as much. I am more of a sort papers person for that though, than coloring mediums. :) ~Stacy #27

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  23. Oh, what an amazing collection of goodies!!! Fablous looking stamps and I am totally curious about how many coloours there are in that incredible looking box of Neo II colours...

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  24. Hi Tracey, I think I have stamp jealousy! They look great. Thanks for stopping by earlier, and the anniversary wishes. Have a lovely week Heather x #11

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  25. The UK has some of the best stamps and supplies! I've seen several that I want very much but they aren't available in the US. Cest' la vie! Thanks for the visit and have fun creating!
    Angie #25

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  26. I agree with Angie, the UK stamps are the most wonderful! I always swoon over stamps but I don't use stamps often - still, I'm always drawn to them and want to buy... and neocolors are my most used thingies, I just LOVE them! Thanks for visiting my blog yesterday, enjoy your week! Hug from Holland, Marit #4

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  27. The needle book is awesome! I LOVE it! I really need to do more challenges! Love all your new toys, looking forward to seeing the masterboard created with the Neo-colours! Yes it is frustrating when you buy stamps by someone like Martha Stewart who should know better than produce low-quality product - and she charges an arm and a leg! Thank goodness these were on sale (although now I'm not sure they were even worth that - but they are old-english letters, which I really wanted!)! Thanks for your visit, have a great week, glad it's sunny in the UK! Lindart #26

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    1. Somehow I became #29. . .Lindart

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  28. What a score!!! I've been eyeballing several of those items for my own greed, I mean stash. LOL! And totally love your collection! Can't wait to see what's next my friend. oh how I wish we could play together! Hugs, Autumn

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  29. A mouthwatering stash! I wouldn't kick any of those out of my bed - I mean craft room, LOL! You must have the biggest set of neocolours if the first dozen is just different shades of greys. I haven't used mine in ages - I have to remind myself that they're not just for stroking! I must check out your needle book - I'm intrigued! Thanks for your visit on Wednesday - I'm only just catching up. Have a wonderful weekend! zsuzsa #19

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  30. Such pretty new stash and the pastels look like fun to get messy with too very late hugs Nikki

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  31. Ooohhhhh Tracey you lucky lucky girl... I can't wait to see what you create with the AALL and create stash!!!... they are lush!!. Xxxxx

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