Wednesday, 19 September 2018

#WOYWW 485

Happy #WOYWW 485 Crafty Peepers.

It's that time of the week where we share our desks and catch up 
with everyone else's thanks to Julia over at the Stamping Ground.

Well it's all systems go again with the kitchen refit. Fingers crossed it 
WILL soon be finished and normality can seep back into my world.

This was taken yesterday as I knew the light would be pants early morn.


My creative corner may soon be back in action!

So here's what's on my work space today.. Paint..!!
I'm giving those butcher's trolleys a little face lift.


Autumnal leaves were dancing outside my door this morning.
Need to make good use of them before they get too crispy


Have a great week everyone & Happy WOYWW
I'll be round to visit during Coffee breaks.

Creative Wishes
Tracey xx

33 comments:

Helen said...

the kitchen is coming along! I love those butcher's trolleys. Hope you do something with the leaves, autumn is definitely coming apace!! Helen #3

Sarah Brennan said...

You certainly look as if it won't be long before you can move back in to your work space Tracey. Look forward to seeing what you do with those leaves. Have a great week. Sarah #4

Neet said...

Oh don't mention autumn. My favourite season bar one thing - the darned leaves all over the garden. It is unbelievable how many sacks we get.
Good to see the kitchen is nearing completion, love your butchers trolleys.
Want to see what you do with those leaves now, please.
Hugs, Neet 2 xx

glitterandglue said...

Morning Tracey. That kitchen is looking great - soon be there. Yes, listening to the wind this morning I keep thinking I should be out there with my camera before everything gets blown off the trees - but they aren't staying still long enough to currently take a photo!!
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #6

Caro said...

The kitchen is looking good... not too long now. Enjoy the painting, it will look fab when finished. Thanks for sharing. Have a nice week. Caro x (#16)

Lunch Lady Jan said...

I like your kitchen a lot, lovely and light and those butchers trolleys are going to look great! What are you going to do with all those leaves then?
Hugs LLJ 13 xxx

Deborah Artliff said...

Good morning Tracy your kitchen is coming along great I bet you can’t wait for it to be finish.
And I look forward to seein the finished kitchen.

Thank you for sharing
Hugs Debs xx

Zsuzsa Karoly-Smith said...

Nice to see that your kitchen is coming along nicely and nearly finished. You'll be back there crafting in no time. I've noticed the leaves turning as well - a bit too soon but it's probably because of the dry weather we've had. Have a lovely week! zsuzsa #18

Julia Dunnit said...

OOh missus, it's looking lovely. Amazing how different those butcher's blocks look with a coat of paint, I'm amazed!

Twiglet said...

It's looking good - you will soon be back to normal! x Jo

Autumn Clark - SewPaperPaint said...

How exciting (and tiring I know)! It's going to be so beautiful and well worth it. Best of luck and hang in there sweetie. Hugs, Autumn

Jan (JFM) said...

You will be back to normal soon and your creative corner will be busy once again!
Love that you rescued some autumn leaves for projects. I have had one that I saved from years ago plus the tepee fairy househouse I created from found treasures in our woods.
Have a great day 🍁🍂🍁🍂

Dorthe said...

Hello dear Tracey,
I`m home again, and had my scan today, so waiting for results.......
Your kitchen in white will be so wonderful, light and will be a joy for you, creating there. The leaves are truly lovely now, and I also collect .
Biggest hugs , you will hear from me my dear. Dorthe, xx

Redanne said...

Good to hear that the work is underway. I love your Butcher's trolleys, they are going to look amazing! Hopefully by next Wednesday you will be back in your crafty space! Hugs, Anne xx

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

LOVE to see the new improvements as they progress. I think you'll have a beautiful area to work in once the renovation is complete. Those trolleys look so much better with white paint. You brought them into this century (grin). Thanks for dropping by earlier and happy WOYWW from # 1 thanks to Helen.

Sue said...

Hi Tracey, Hope the kitchen is soon finished. Like the painted Butchers Trolly.

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Happy WOYWW
Sue #11

Heather Marshall said...

Hi Tracey, woohoot the kitchen will be finished by the time I get back! And your craft space too. Love the butchers trolleys! Thanks for stopping by earlier .... you really didn't need to mention my holiday washing and ironing! Lol. Have a lovely week Heather x #9

Angela Radford said...

Hi Tracey, those trolleys are lovely and look really useful. Hope you can get back to normal soon. Thanks for the visit to mine, have a great crafty week and a happy woywww, Angela x17x

Marit said...

Good for you, to paint the trolleys and make it 'yours'... I know from a few years ago how harsh it was to have all that work done in the house (they replaced our bathroom & toilet back then.) I hope the work (and noise?) will soon be over. Thanks for your visit to my blog earlier, have a great week. Love from Holland, Marit #23

Jackie PNeal said...

Oh Tracey! So happy to hear the remodel is back on! Looking forward to the "All Done" photos, maybe befores and afters?
sending hugs,Jackie

Lindart said...

Autumn leaves already! Couldn't they at least wait until Saturday? LOL! I do have a few myself. . .there are some fantastic pins on Pinterest showing painting on autumn leaves - I've always wanted to try it! The kitchen is looking great, can't wait to see it all finished! Have a great week, and thanks for your visit! Lindart #25
PS:Inky waves back! PSS: Thanks for the concern about the hurricane, it will have fizzled out to just a day of rain by the time it gets here!

StampinCarol said...

Love your leaves! We don't have them where we live. Hope the remodel goes quickly and up to your expectations! Your white trolley looks great! Have fun painting the other! Bet they'll look great with the white cupboards! Thanks for stopping by! Have a great weekend!
Carol N #24

Dorlene Durham said...

Such a big project but it looks great. Have a great week. Dorlene #28

Stacy Sheldon said...

HI Tracey, ooh that must be really cool to have your sink so close to where you create. :) love the painting on the carts too! ~Stacy #29

butterfly said...

Looks like you're a very busy bee - have fun with the altered furniture!
Alison x

Let's Art Journal said...

Your kitchen is looking wonderful and I bet it will be spectacular when it's finished 😁. I love your butcher's trolley makeover too! Great thanks saved some of those autumn leaves, it is quite blustery here so we have had quite a few dancing around too ...lol 😉. Enjoy your day! J 😊 x

Angie said...

Thanks for stopping by. We too are doing a kitchen spruce, not quite like yours but new appliances and floors. Luckily it doesn't impact us too much, well except we currently don't have an oven lol!
Angie #30

Annie Claxton said...

Hi Tracey, hope revamped trollies are going well and you can get back into your crafty space soon. Those leaves are beautiful, I almost did the same thing yesterday on my way home :o) Annie C #21

Pat Brennan said...

I shall give you a little wave and wish you well with your renovations. I'm just re-connecting with my favourite places to visit.

Jackie P Neal said...

I'm not looking till the kitchen is finished! teeheeheee

pearshapedcrafting said...

Looking forward (as you must certainly be!) to seeing your kitchen completed, Chrisxx

Shoshi said...

Your kitchen is beginning to take shape! Love what you are doing with the butcher's trolleys too. I hope by now you have got a little crafting corner back again (maybe one day you will have a dedicated room - I had to wait a long time for mine and these days hardly seem to have time to use it which is a huge bore...). I love the autumn leaves and would love to see what you do with them - I often think how nice it would be to use them while they are available. Thank you for your lovely comment - yes, Lily and Ruby often play together but less so now they are really grown up and no longer kittens, but they get quite distressed when they don't know where the other one is. I often hear one crying in the garden when the other one is indoors! I got my CT scan appointment this week - it's on 18th Oct. I'm more convinced than ever that it will confirm that my hernia has returned. We'll cross that bridge when we come to it. Thanks for the suggestion re the chutney - can't wait to try that with my crackers - my apple chutney must be nearly ready to sample, now.

Sorry for the awful delay in replying to your comment - had an extremely busy and exhausting week and now hava a huge backlog of emails and blog comments to deal with!

Happy very belated WOYWW,
Shoshi #10

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

Your kitchen is looking great! I hope it comes out every bit as wonderful as you hope it to. I love the use you made of the leaves!