Wednesday, July 6, 2011

WOYWW-

Thanks Julia for hosting this weekly event
and see what women just like you from
around the world are working on.
This is the first official project in my new space.
I know those of you who have visited before will
be shocked at the lack of  mess.
It's because I am not finished moving everything.
Not to worry, I plan to junk it up real soon.
Thanks for stopping by have a great day



24 comments:

Doone said...

ooh lots of caged birds, what will become of them??

Dx

Lunch Lady Jan said...

My eyes were instantly drawn to the bucket of glass beads!! Oooh, sparkly, shiny stuff - I love it! I bought some gorgeous braids from an Indian stall at a craft year last year and just haven't been able to force myself to use them yet - how sad is that.....?! xx

April said...

Loving the real feathers in the birds tails! really sets them off. Thanks for sharing.

Vicki said...

LOL...this looks fun. Can't wait to see more.

Angie said...

Very organized ...i am interested in seeing what this project is all about ...are they atc's? You have probably said and I missed it.Iwas having a catch up of your posts and re read the 'Clinton' one ...please forgive me for not reading it properly ...what a wonderful epitaph to a fantastic brother.
Thanks for dropping by my blog...yes metal is next on the list of things to try ...lol xx

Neet said...

Love your cages and the birds - now what are these for? Thanks for sharing - Hugs, Neet #4

Vicky said...

Looking good! Tfs :)x

Andria said...

Love those bird cages. You look like you are approaching your project in a very organized manner! Happy WOYWW!

Cardarian said...

Oh your project looks lovely! Nice touch with the feathers - I must come back to see what you will make!
Hugs,
Cardarian

Carola Bartz said...

Birds always work for me! This is such a beautiful project.

Di said...

Oh Pam, I love your blog! These birdies are gorgeous and the poppies too - my efforts aren't anywhere as good although our 'cultivated' peachy pink poppy surpassed itself this year with almost 30 blooms, sadly all gone now. Now and then a wild one pops up in the garden to surprise - and how welcome. Thanks for calling by and for your sweet comment. Di xx

Angelfish said...

I have that birdcage die and love it. I wonder what your lovely looking project is going to be?
Thanks for stopping by xx

Scrapcollectr said...

All those caged birds in one place! Love the vintage look you went for....Thanks for visiting me...my son has been trying to get me to see The Game of Thrones on TV for awhile cuz I love that genre..guess I have to now! *smile*
#80

Joyce said...

So many caged birds! I'm with everyone else, can't wait to see what's to come! :-)

Lisa said...

fabulous and i wonder why the caged bird sings? do you know?

Lisa
xx

RosA said...

Love those birdcages! Are they a die cut? Thanks for visiting my blog and for your kind words.

Sue from Oregon said...

Oh My...what a wonderful project you have going there! Your new space must be such a grand inspiration!

Micupoftea~ said...

Tweet, tweet...looks like you are up to something :)

Michellee said...

Love your CREATive space. C an't wait to see the pic's of it when you get everything moved in. Your project with the birds caged looks AWESOME!! Thanks for sharing.

Lisa-Jane said...

They look beautiful!

NatashaMay said...

Wow! I love these bird cages! :)

okienurse said...

OMG! What are you making with all those caged birds? Can't wait to see the finished project! Had a look around your blog and you have a lot of love filled posts there! Thanks for sharing. Vickie #44

ShazInOzCardsCalligraphy said...

Hi there Pam love your birdees and desk..thanks for popping over and running late sorry! happy WOYWW Shaz in Oz.x

Spyder said...

love your birds cages, and the beads!! and very tidy! Happy Late WOYWW
((Lyn)) #29