WOYWW - In Transition

Late today with my WOYWW as I've had the 1st opportunity in a few days following the bad weather to nip into town and get some chores done.

The desk is in transition, I am having a total, ruthless clear-out and moving the furniture around.  In the meantime this is what's on the kitchen worktop.

My latest journal page, I've been getting back into getting inky.

The canvas from last week is finished, I think.  It's so hard to decide when to stop.
The papers are from Websters, Western Romance I think.  They were free with a magazine and are a bit thinner than Webster's usual standard, which makes them excellent for collage work.

That's me done.  I've had my littlest off school for a couple of extra days, think he picked up a cold out playing in all that snow.  It's been fun playing Lego and watching Thunderbirds DVDs, but now I really need to get back to it.

** Kate ** 


Ria Gall said…
I love the canvas and journal pages as you say it is hard to know when to stop but sometimes we have to say less is more
Ria #92
CraftygasheadZo said…
Super canvas and pages, love the images and how you've set it all out. I nearly didn't post today as am struggling, but didn't want to miss out, might suffer withdraw symptoms!! Take care Zo xx 139
Chris said…
Wonderful canvas Kate and I love your design and gorgeous colours and textures. Thanks for your lovely comment earlier, don't think there will be any Magnolia projects but may be some painty ones at some point. Thanks anyway, I really appreciated your comment. Hope your little one is feeling better. Chris x
Gibby Frogett said…
Happy WOYWW - great photos and projects. Love your canvas especially, great colours and love that quote.. Gill x (#97)
Julia Dunnit said…
Ah yes, the suspension from real life and its routines is lovely for a while, hope your son is feeling much better now....I don't expect he considers it a high price for a load of snow fun!! Love the canvas..I thought it was just me who didn't know when to stop, got into a lot of trouble for it in art classes way back too, but your works never seem to show that.
Julia Dunnit said…
I can't find your email address for the workshop list...obviously when I said a 'safe place' i meant I'd put them somewhere I wouldn't remember!! mail me : juliadunnit@me.com Thanks!
April Story said…
Your journal is just lovely. I hope your little one feels better soon.
April #110

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