Wednesday, 9 June 2021

WoywW #627

 Hello everyone, 

Desk sharing day @ the stamping ground 
let me start by sharing some happy mail I received from our 
hostess Julia. Thank you so much for your thoughtfulness, 
just the boost I needed after a tiring week, I love them 😘 


So what's on my workdesk this Wednesday..?? 

Finished and framed those needlework pieces shown last week. 
They are patterns from Rowandean Morti, I know the first can be 
found in Katrina Wittens Landscapes & Flowers embroidery book.


apart from that there's been plenty of this when care duties are done. 
Those aquarel studiolight flower books are a great way chill out after 
a busy day and it's a treat to be sat outside in my blooming garden.



Thank you for your kind words last week regarding my MIL, 
she's still on a very slow road to recovery. 

Take care everyone & 
Happy WoywW... 
Tracey xx

32 comments:

  1. Morning Tracey, it looks a very peaceful place to sit and paint! great to see you again this week. Take care Helen #?

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  2. LOVE those beautiful needlework pieces. I have to tell you. If I had a view like that in my back yard, you would NEVER see me anywhere else. You have a view to die for, dear. Happy WOYWW. My post isn't even up yet.

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  3. Those embroideries are beautiful Tracey. Such lovely happy mail from Julia too. Still hoping for your MiL's steady recovery. Stay safe and happy WOYWW. Sarah #4

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  4. Your embroidered pieces are fabulous, as are all of your art pieces. Glad you had some quality me time, and hope your MiL continues to make a good recovery. Hugs, Valerie

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  5. I could recognise Julia’s style from outer space! Lovely card and atc she sent, she’s a thoughtful gal. Xx I love your embroidery pieces,they look gorgeous in those frames and the flower painting is fab too. Your garden is looking fantastic!
    Hugs LLJ 6 xx

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  6. Wish I had a dil like you to rely on as I get progressively older. With all the love and care you are giving to your mil she should recover quicker than expected.
    The embroidery is beautiful, and as I said last week, I am amazed at all your talent.
    The painting of the flowers is beautiful, absolutely, and the setting in your sunny garden is just perfect.
    Take care of yourself as well as MIL.
    Love and Hugs to you both, Neet 5 xx

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  7. Lovely card and ATC from Julia and your embroidery pieces look fab in those frames. The water colour is stunning - clever you. xx Jo

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  8. How amazingly lovely that embroidery and the watercolour flowers. Simply stunning. Julia's ATCs are all beautiful, and yes, her style unmistakable. I love seeing all the variations across blogland. Well done you for your care and attention to your MIL. She is lucky to have you there.

    Back from my first real HAIRCUT in 18 months - truly a HAPPY WOYWW!
    Mary Anne (1)

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  9. Beautiful photos shared with us. Love the embroidery it's one thing I haven't done for quite awhile. Your flowers are stunning. Happy WOYWW and have a great week

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  10. Lovely photos of your garden and it looks so peaceful. The birds in mine at the moment are screaming at each other...better go and give them more food! The framed embroidery is beautiful! and the water colur flowers really fabulous! Keep Crafting! Stay safe-Happy woyww!? ((Lyn))#26

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  11. Hi Tracey. Lovely to have a glance of your gorgeous garden, the lovely needlework projects and the watercolour flowers too. Thanks for mentioning the June challenge at Creative Artiste, I'll have a look at it. I've been crafting but to be honest I've not looked at any challenges recently as I've been occupied with my mum which I know you will understand. Have fun and a happy woyww, Angela x17x

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  12. What a beautiful photo of your "desk" this week, Tracey. I can imagine myself sitting there in your little oasis! The needlework pieces are both stunning and those frames are perfect for them! So lovely to see you again - I wasn't around last week. Enjoy your week! xx zsuzsa #28

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  13. Nice gift for sure. Your embroidery looks amazing with the frames. Have a nice day.

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  14. Your embroideries are so beautiful, Tracey, and you have chosen the perfect frames for them which really set them off. Beautiful work altogether. Your flower painting is fabulous, too, and I can well understand you wanting to sit at the table outside, looking out over your lovely garden. Let's hope for plenty of warm sunny days to enjoy our gardens again this year!

    Thank you for your sweet comment and all your good wishes for my treatment. A sense of humour is absolutely essential in my opinion! If you keep looking, there's always something you can find the funny side of!

    Happy WOYWW,
    Shoshi x #9

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  15. I love your watercolour painting....it’s so relaxing isn’t it?
    Hugs,
    Annie x #16

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  16. Such lovely gifts from Julia, she is a truly thoughtful lady! I was watching Katrina today, she is so clever with her designs and you have certainly done her proud with your beautiful creations Tracey.

    Your garden is looking wonderful and how lovely to relax there to colour in those gorgeous flowers! Hugs, Anne xx

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  17. Fabulous works of art today. Happy WOYWW Angela #12

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  18. Cool gifts from Julia! Beautiful needlework!!!
    Thanks for popping by and have a wonderful week!
    Carol N #30

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  19. Oh how lovely to sit and paint in the garden, just beautiful. Happy WOYWW! Elle #34 this week

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  20. HI Tracey, I am totally impressed you have finished and frame the stitching already WOW :) I love that you are painting outside ~Stacy #31

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  21. I don’t know how you do it all…your garden is immaculate. Not sure I could sit and paint just there, I wouldn’t be able to tear my eyes from the garden….yep, I’d be smug! Having said that, your painting is glorious and the perfect subject for outdoors therapy! The stitchings are gorgeous Tracey, how patient you are, and how marvellous they look in those lovely frames.

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  22. Your needlework pieces are just stunning Tracey - as are your watercolours! And how perfect that you were able to work out in your beautiful garden. Hope you have a good week. Much love from Debbie xXx

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  23. Beautiful embroidery (my limit is cross stitch) and absolutely stunning flowers. What a wonderful place to sit and paint. It does us good to get outside doesn't it, although I know it won't be long before I'm saying it's too hot! Bye for now, Lisa-Jane #8

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  24. How lovely!! Everything!! The little embroideries are beautiful and the frames so perfect. Love what you've done with those images and your watercolour. I suppose that is something I could do outside!! Have a good week, love n hugs, Cindy xx #7

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  25. Beautiful watercolour art, and I love your needlework pieces Tracey!
    Alison xx

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  26. Hiya Helen - just a quick pop by to say Hi - I am - like every one seems to be "flat out like a lizard drinkin" to use an Aussie expression LOL!
    Gorgeous stuff you are working on - those flowers are divine - Have a great week - Stay safe & well - Cheers Maurs xxx #35

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  27. I am so sory Tracey - I had just read Helen's comment and then typed my hello ... oops!!

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  28. I love those little embroidery pieces and OHMY... I'm working with watercolors a lot these days (the 'drawing collaboration' I have with my son, I color my drawings with aquarelle paint) but you are a true proffesional! LOVE those flowers!!! Big hug to you beautiful one, love from Holland. Marit #20 (P.S. Cataract surgery went very well, I am in the healing mode right now but am able to spend some time at the computer... and I can SEE well, yay!!! )

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  29. That framed work is amazing Love it, glad you manages to craft inthe garden and glad to hear you MIL is recovering

    Take care and stay safe,

    Lilian B #10

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  30. Such beautiful happy mail! Your embroidery looks so amazing and beautifully famed too 😀. Loving you watercolour too, a great way to have fun in the sun and wow, your garden is looking so pretty! Take care and wishing you and your family well! Hugs, Jo x

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  31. Your embroidery looks so very pretty and beautifully framed too. Lovely to paint in the sun and such a lovely watercolour too. Thanks so much for all the lovely comments you leave on my blog.
    Lynn x

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  32. Gorgeous watercolour! Beautiful garden view! It looks so peaceful there, and I'm glad you are getting some downtime. Thanks for your visit, Lindart #33

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Thank you for your visit, your comments are as welcome as you are. Creative Hugs Tracey xx