Wednesday 7 October 2020

What's on your Wednesday Workdesk #592

 Hello everyone, 

hope you are all keeping well ? 

Desk sharing day again over @ the stamping ground and a 
midweek meet up to show and tell what's on our workdesks. 

The past week has been a busy one but did manage to catch a couple of hours 
to sit and colour stamped images from Tracy Easson's new stamp collection. 

Played with a freebie Studiolight stamp received a few weeks ago. 
I'm always impressed when an image stamps first time onto hammered 
card without losing any of the detail, the linework is ultra fine. 

Made a boo-boo colouring over the lines of the Purple Cyclamen ๐Ÿ˜’
probably why the white one is my fav, now all awaiting a sentiment.

Look forward to seeing what's on your workdesk. 

Stay safe & creative 
Hugs Tracey xx


Helen said...

the cyclamen look fab, what a lovely stamp! Hope you have a great week. Helen #?

Sarah Brennan said...

Love the work on your desk this week Tracey. Some fabulous stamps there. Stay safe and happy WOYWW. Sarah #4

Valerie-Jael said...

You have coloured those stamps beautifully. Wel done. Glad you found sme time for play! Have a great day, stay safe, hugs, Valerie

Neet said...

Love Tracy's stamps and these are beautiful - and beautifully coloured in I must add. As for the flowers, well, they are stunning. So glad you got some tie to spend in your craft room again.
Take care, Hugs, Neet 8 xx

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Well, I couldn't see the mistake on the purple cyclamen! We are our own worst critics sometimes, I do it too. Love the long flowing auburn tresses of the girl in your colouring. I had hair just like that when I was young, it was gorgeous, I'm a bit sad that it's faded such a lot over the years!
Hugs LLJ 11 xxx

glitterandglue said...

Hi Tracey. That girl stamp is great. I reckon you could get loads of use out of that one. The cyclamen stamp is gorgeous. Your colouring is amazing! Even if you do think you made a bit of a mistake or two on the purple one. Looks good to me.
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #3

Mary Anne said...

Lovely flowers. Wow. Such amazing shading and detail, I don't notice any tiny overspill. Just beautiful!

Happy WOYWW!
Mary Anne (2)

My name is Erika. said...

You've created some gorgeous pieces Tracey. Your faces are amazing. Hope your busy week isn't all chores/work. Hugs-Erika

Susan Renshaw said...

Beautiful colouring of girl and cyclamens. Love the cyclamen stamp!
Happy woyww! Susan #7

Zsuzsa Karoly-Smith said...

Beautiful colouring - I should really learn how to do that with the correct shading! I know it must be relaxing. Have a happy week, Tracey! xx zsuzsa #22

Ellie said...

oh wow those coloured stamped images are beautiful. Havent heard of that range before, I shall have a search shortly. The flowers are beautiful too!
Have a wonderful week
Ellie #14

Felix the Crafty Cat said...

Hi Tracey, nice flowers. I really like the purple one. The Lady stamps look different to the images I've seen before on Tracy's stamps though I haven't seen any for a while as I normally see them when I go to The Dome at Doncaster and obviously they haven't had a show this year. Have a lovely week and a happy woyww, Angela x16x

shazsilverwolf said...

Hi Tracey, love those cyclamen, so very pretty. Great job on the freebie stamp too. Stay safe, Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #5 X

Diana Taylor said...

Ooh lovely stamped images, and beautiful colouring and shading going on too. The Cyclamen are just gorgeous and I love the way you've coloured them.
Hope you have a great week,
Hugs, Diana xx #14

Twiglet said...

Lovely artwork there - I love cyclamen. xx Jo

Crafting With Jack said...

Beautiful stamping and colouring. Angela #25

Felicia said...

Tracey, those Tracy Easson stamps are gorgeous! And I love creativty with them. I haven't fiddled with markers much, just have always felt inept! I also love that Studiolight stamp that lucky you got free! For the record I LOVE ALL 3! Fabulous work! Blessings for the rest of your week! Felicia #27

Lynnecrafts said...

Hi Tracey, I love your cards and the purple one looks fine to me, by what do I know?
There’s an Irish saying that you always have to leave a mistake in your work to let your soul escape. Just sayin’!
Take care, stay safe and happy WOYWW!
Lynne #19

Belinda said...

Tracey, those images are gorgeous and the coloring is so pretty. I have been making some coloring boo boos quite often and having to find creative ways to salvage the projects. Sometimes they lead to cool stuff other times, I have to discard them. Hope you are having a lovely day. Thanks for sharing.
Belinda #30

Karen said...

Your coloring is beautiful ~ I really like the flowers, and I can't see anything wrong with the purple ~ Blessings on you week ~ Love, Karen#33

DVArtist said...

Hi Tracey. I love seeing your work space. You are so organized. The flowers are gorgeous. Enjoy your day.

StampinCarol said...

Your coloring is beautiful! I can't see anything wrong with the purple flowers. But I like its leaves better than the other 2. Have a great week!
Carol n #24

My name is Cindy said...

Fantastic colouring, I bet the issue with the purple cyclamen wasn't really that bad! I too am always impressed when a stamp stamps first time - I am usually too impatient to prep it properly so it's always a bonus when I don't have to! Happy WOYWW, stay well, stay safe, Cindy #13xx

Redanne said...

Tracey, Tracy's ladies are beautiful but you have really brought them to life with your amazing colouring. As for the Cyclamen, they have stamped beautifully, as you said but again, your colouring is exquisite. I have colouring envy here! You made me smile when you talked about a booboo - your booboo would equate to my 'perfection'. Beautiful work, as always. Hugs, Anne xxx

ShazInOzCardsCalligraphy said...

I love all your cyclamen Tracey they are very beautiful and the other images are great especially as a freebie ..
Lovely desky share sorry I’m late... again... ๐Ÿ˜
Thanks for being a blessing, and may God bless you too, especially in these unusual times, a blessing to rest simply in Him! Praying you’re all kept well too!
Hugs, Shaz in Oz.x ๐Ÿ˜Š

{Wonderful Words of Life - Shaz in Oz}
{Calligraphy Cards - Shaz in Oz}

Julia Dunnit said...

I cant see the hash on the purple.....and anyway, with such beautiful images, it doesn’t matter, nature is organic, right?! Like Tracy’s angel image very much. Of course, until you make her into something, I have no clue as to what I would actually use any of them for! Hope the colouring time was a nice little oasis from the chores and every days. Still cant get Pooh’s head on a pole out of my thoughts!!

Rain said...

Hi Tracey :) Your cyclamen are just beautiful! If you didn't mention colouring outside the lines, I wouldn't have even noticed, and it doesn't take away from the lovely work at all. :) I hope you have a little time to rest and relax this weekend! :)

Let's Art Journal said...

It's always fun to see what's on your craft desk and your freebie stamp looks so beautiful! It's so beautifully shaded and coloured, I was wondering what pens you would recommend for colouring and blending images like these? Also your cyclamens look amazing too, so pretty! I hope you are having a lovely week, we've had sunshine here today so went for a walk along the beach front - yay ๐Ÿ˜. Happy and creative wishes! Hugs, Jo x

Lillianb said...

Thanks for your visit to my blog,

Love your colouring and the stamps are really lovely

Lilian B # 9

Shoshi said...

Your colouring skills are awesome, Tracey. Mine leave a lot to be desired but I usually only do colouring when I'm working out some sort of a design (like my tiny carpets) so even-ness isn't a priority!! I love the cyclamens. We've got little wild ones growing in our bank at the moment - they are such pretty flowers.

Happy belated WOYWW,
Shoshi #18

Elizabeth said...

Hi Tracey, those stamps are lovely. Your colouring is excellent. I haven't been colouring for a long time - I should find time again. The cyclamen are all beautiful. My favourite is also the white ones, for no other reason than I love white cyclamen. Elizabeth x #26

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

Sorry i'm so late seeing this message Jo, not been too good. I've used copics for those stamped images but they can be expensive especially if you don't colour with alcohol markers often. There are plenty of other brands available that do a grand job, spectrum noir are pretty good and well priced but it's down to personal preference really. Thankfully pens have come along way since the pack of 30 felts we all got in our Christmas stocking hee hee xx
P.S I'll try and find a way of messaging you to give you this info xx