Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Wednesday's Post WOYWW

Hi there...
From a very very hot Athens.....The photo I have today is of my balcony...I have taken my journalling box upstairs and I have spent the past 3 mornings journalling on my balcony with my morning coffee. I stay up there until about 10am...then it starts getting hot...
The page you see is a bad water-colour painting....waiting for it to dry so that I can journal around it...
If you want to eye out somemore crafty workspaces pop over to the  Stamping Ground to have a peek.
Oh yes... before I lof off I want to mention that I will be streaming this evening at about 22h00 on Zeffy Scraps
Keep cool.
Zeffy.

16 comments:

  1. Oh, not SO bad. We crafters always seem to do that, dismiss our work casually. I like the look of it and your person LOOKS like a person. Mine always look like plastic surgery gone wrong :)

    Happy WOYWW

    Mary Anne (1)

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  2. Hey she is looking really good, mine are by far not nice at all. The colours seem to blend nicely and all seems to be in order, she doesn't have blow flies up her nose. LOL Sorry trying to be funny, I hope you laughed at my joke, if not sorry. No seriously she is great, don't put yourself down. Beautiful work.

    What I would do for some warmth at the moment Athens sounds like it is to hot.

    Eliza

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  3. oooo here I am and it reached about 13 degrees today.. and wet and dark... so your sunshine sounds lovely!!

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  4. I like the look of your painting, and how lovely to be crafting outside.

    Happy WOYWW

    Zoe #54

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  5. What a lovely spot to spend your time crafting - lovely journal page. x Jo

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  6. Oooh, to us in cold wet England your workdesk looks idyllic! Enjoy!
    JoZarty x

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  7. Wow what a beautiful place to craft in and your journal looks great! Have a great week tracebx 58

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  8. I think the picture in your journal is lovely, but we all think our work is not perfect. At least it looks real and not a stick person that I draw. Looks like a lovely spot on your balcony. Please enjoy the heat for all of us in the Uk who have none......Happy WOYWW Anne x #57

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  9. I will be in bed by the time you start streaming, but enjoy anyway. Tis freezing in Cape Town at the moment so I am up to my eyeballs in polar-necks and blankets to keep warm. Today was pleasant though it bucketed with rain yesterday...nice face you painted.

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  10. Lucky you crafting in the sun on your balcony. The journal looks good to me.
    Happy WOYWW
    Carol

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  11. What a blissful scene, balcony, sunny day - art supplies & a well used journal ! Good for you ! Hope you enjoy despite the heat ! Ali #62

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  12. I love Athens, have been twice in my life now, once as a student and then with my husband. I just love sauntering around all the back streets finding interesting little places - nice jewellery shops off the main bit of the Plaka. Happy memories!!
    Hugs, LLJ #3 xx

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  13. your journal page looks good to me :)
    happy blogging
    kay #65

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  14. .....well....the rain's stopped....and I can see a tiny patch of blue! Send us some of your lovely sunny HOT weather please... Thank you for my snoop!! HaPpY wOyWw!!
    Sorry very late, builders are here putting in new doors & windows. Happy Crafting on your balcony...can you tell, I'm soooo jealous!!
    ((Lyn)) #32

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  15. wow, athens! i would love to visit you! i so enjoyed my few days there. your journal page looks wonderful! and what a lovely place to create! happy WOYWW! thank you for sharing,
    hugs, #23 peggy aplSEEDS

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  16. What an interesting blog, introduced by a thought-provoking photo. The unusual wall painting of the dwellings is
    also a strangely modern interpretation. Something like this hieroglyphic view of a park by Swiss painter Paul Klee, http://EN.WahooArt.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/
    BRUE-8LT475
    .

    The image can be seen at wahooart.com who can supply you with a canvas print of it.

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