Wednesday, 13 February 2019

What's on YOUR workdesk Wednesday ~ 506?

Hello Everyone,

Well I managed to make it today after a busy couple of weeks
but i'm here today as it's WOYWW 506 I think?

Wednesday's the day that crafty folk share what's on their work desk
thanks to Julia who opens her doors to us all over at the stamping ground.

It's all about handmade buttons today and my pocket sized tins.
I can take this craft with me where ever I go.. So addictive!!


This little Lady is off for some blood tests today.
Finger's crossed they give us the answers to what's making her feel so groggy.
Think she's saving that bit of breakfast on her nose in case they keep her in 
as she knows only too well that the food they serve in there is horrid...


Look forward to seeing what you've all been up too,
I'll be round to visit asap.

Take care everyone,

Creative Hugs Tracey xx

24 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

Love your tins of buttons, great idea. My heart goes out to your poor dog, hope they find what ails him, I sympathize with the blood tests, having had so many this past couple of weeks! Have a great Wednesday, hugs, Valerie

Helen said...

fab button tins! hope your dog's blood tests go well. Helen #?

Claire said...

Hope the tests reveal something that can be treated - poorly pets are heartbreaking (Molly-cat had a kidney infection in December, thankfully antibiotics worked their magic!)
Happy Wednesday x

ShazInOzCardsCalligraphy said...

Oh your pup is soo cute, Tracey, hope you get some answers, sad when they are poorly. Love your tins and love the contents soooo pretty.
Happy WOYWW, but no number yet..
Shaz in Oz.x

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Neet said...

I had a blood test yesterday - noticed my arm is a bit of a mess - darned blood thinners! At least your little one wont show any bruising. Hope they get to the bottom of things for you, nothing worse than a loved one feeling sick, especially when they tell you through their eyes.
Love your little tin, so handy to carry around in your purse - will you craft at the vets?
About time you got a good week with one thing and another, love to your little family as I feel they need it.
Hugs, Neet

glitterandglue said...

Morning Tracey. Love all the buttons in their tins. They are great - loved making Dorset buttons, should really do more and then find ways to use them - never think of that when making my cards. Hope the visit to the vet goes well.
Take care. God bless.
Margaret

Anne (cornucopia) said...

I love the small tins to keep your stuff organized. I hope your dog is okay. Pets are more like family members, and it's very upsetting when they develop health problems.

Felix the Crafty Cat said...

Small containers are always useful, just need to use some of the massive collection I have hoarded Lol! I also hoard buttons but not the gorgeous hand made ones that you have. That's something else I need to use up too. You didn't say what your dog's name is but hope the vet makes her feel lots better. Happy woyww, Angela x5x

sirkkis said...

Beautiful tin, Tracey. Poor dog, she looks asking what is going on...it just is hard they can't speak.
Wish she get help and yourself all the best.
Hugs 💗

shazsilverwolf said...

Hi Tracey, love the idea of those buttons. Hope you get the results back soon, and things are simple to fix. Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #1 X

Diana Taylor said...

What fabulous little tins of crafty goodness - I love decorating buttons, especially since I discovered the button coverer gadget, but yours look way more complicated - are they Dorset buttons or something like that? They look lovely.
I hope all goes well and you get a conclusive diagnosis for your girl - she looks such a sweetheart.
Have a good week,
Hugs, Diana xx #13

Lunch Lady Jan said...

I love the idea of the little tin so you can take crafting with you wherever you may be! Are they Dorset buttons? I remember seeing some in the craft shop back in Wiltshire. Good luck with the V.E.T., hope they manage to find what's up with your gorgeous dog.
Hugs LLJ 15 xxx

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

Hi Tracey, fun post. I love the fabric you have your take along things sitting on. And the yarn and buttons are beautiful colors. A great idea. Will all DH medical visits I have a small bag with things to pass my time also. Makes the time fly by. Best wishes at the VET, hope it's not to serious they are all so special. Have a good week . #19 hAPPY heaRT DaY.

Christine said...

What a great idea for crafting on the go!
Hope your dog's tests go ok.
have a good week
Christine #18

Jan Ltc said...

Hope she's ok? Great space. Have a good WOYWW xx Jan (22)

Sarah Brennan said...

Such a useful go kit for crafting. Hope the blood tests went well! Happy WOYWW. Sarah #8

Caro said...

Love the little tins. Really hope that your dog gets sorted soon. Thanks for sharing. Have a nice week. With love & God Bless, Caro x (#27)

Redanne said...

I really do hope your lovely dog's blood tests do show up what is wrong with her, she is such a beauty! Apologies if I am missing a bit, my lovely friend and neighbour died last night and we are offering whatever help we can to her dear hubby. Hugs, Anne xx

Sue said...

Hi Tracey, The buttons look fab.

Hope all goes well with your fur baby.

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Happy WOYWW
Sue #16

Dorthe said...

Dear Tracey , wonder if you got answers yet ? I hope they are to be good !!
And so lovely with the tins as little work stations, with your loved button creations .
Tracey sorry for being away, but have some issues the last weeks , - you will hear from me , my friend. Hugs, Dorthe

pearshapedcrafting said...

Love your crafting on the go!! Mines a tiny journal and scraps in a pencil case. Hope your dog is back to her old self soon!! Chrisx

Sue said...

Your dog is such a beauty Tracey, I hope the vet has some good news for you. Fingers crossed! xx

Heather M said...

Hi Tracey, sorry for the late visit. I hope all went well with the trip to the vets, and that they manage to find out what the problem is. I love the little tins and the idea of crafting in the go. Thanks for stopping by earlier. I definitely need my batteries recharging in January, and February, and March ... lol. Have a lovely week Heather x #23

Kelly said...

HI Tracey. What a cute girl. I hope they were able to determine what is troubling her and have her back to speed soon. homemade buttons? Hmmm Do you have a blog post on them? I have forms for clay buttons but those look different. Love to hear more about them. Hugs & Creative Blessings! Kelly #21