Wednesday, 14 October 2015

What's on my workdesk today .......

 Just time to tell you before I make my way to my desk 
that we found these great rusty pieces for the garden
while we were playing out at Vintage Village Stockport 
and The Vintage Emporium at Pear Mill


Now I can't stay long as I need to prepare for 
the last of the Safety Pin Bracelet Workshops.
I will show you the pics next week.

There's cakes to bake and desks to look round
 so hope you all have a good week. See you then.









22 comments:

  1. hope you have a great time, the cakes look great and so does your garden. Helen 5

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  2. Ooh, I love rust!!
    I have a safety pin bracelet I once made, but not a clue where at the moment, maybe I should look for it now you have reminded me about them.
    Love the cake photos, are those real flowers or did you make them - with icing?
    Hugs, Neet 13 xx

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    1. Shop bought edible flowers Neet
      Lynn xx

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  3. Ha! I love your new gardening finds..aren't they fab? There's nothing like a bit of rusty metal to look good, trust me, I have some too including a scrap metal hare that is my pride and joy :-). That vintage place sounds fab, I don't know your neck of the woods at all, shall have to rectify that one day!
    Hugs, LLJ 10 xxx

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  4. Love vintage and oooooh more food. I have never seen a safety pin bracelet - I have a whole box of small gold ones. Can this be something I can do with the folk at the Hospice - is it easy? Jackie 21 x

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    1. Have a look at this Jackie, it was my last workshop making the bracelets
      http://oneimadeearliertoday.blogspot.co.uk/2015/09/whats-on-my-workdesk-today_30.html?m=1

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  5. WOW Lynn I just love your rusty pieces - I'm going to include pieces in our garden - we went off to the dump shop on Tues only to find it closed...I am after something to make into a bird bath also a feeder...I'll be looking more closely now. Have fun with the safety pins....looking forward to seeing them finished Happy WOYWW enjoy your week RobynO#25

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  6. What fab finds Lynn....so much character. My garden is full of building rubble, scaffolding and tools at the mo so certainly not looking at it's best lol.
    Have a great week.
    Hugs,
    Annie x # 11

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  7. Oh Lynn, I wish I could visit.We'd have a lot to share re teaching crafts wouldn't we?!! Just love those rusty bits and pieces, and that cake..hmmm(smacking of lips galore). Thanks for the lovely comment re auntie's art course. I am going to do painting with her next week.
    Judy xx

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  8. Oh I love your vintage finds! Fantastic!
    Your 'cabbage' looks magnificent! And the cake makes my mouth water. I still have a little bit of apple pie left (see yesterday's blog) so I think I'll have that with my coffee.
    Thanks for visiting already,
    Have a good week,
    Lisca

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  9. Love the pics of your garden sculptures and the cake looks delish.
    sandra de @9

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  10. What super finds, great accents for the garden. Take care Zo xx 32

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  11. Lovely find for your garden and you made me really hungry with those cakes! Enjoy your week! zsuzsa @ InkyDinkyDoodle #36

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  12. Love all the things you found for your garden and those cakes look delicious. We should've had cake at work today but it didn't happen and I've been yearning for some all day.
    Have a good week.
    Hugs Lisax #19

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  13. Those are some lovely finds!

    Greetings, Sofie #46
    http://sofies-succulent-beads.blogspot.be

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  14. Ooh great finds. Those slices of cake look scrumptious.

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  15. Lovely rusty gems, they look brilliant. I refuse to look at the cake or I shall have to go and find something to nibble on. Have a great woyww and happy crafting, Angela x 26

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  16. Your garden is full of interesting things to look at :D xxx

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  17. Don't those rusty pieces look wonderful in your garden - great idea. x Jo

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  18. Ooh, fabulous rusted pieces. I have been known to pick rusty metal off the street and use it to stain fabric! Great displays

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  19. Who knew rust could be so glamorous?! The cake looks pretty gorgeous too! xxx

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