Wednesday, 16 May 2018

What’s on your Workdesk


Thought I better show my face as I’ve not been around the midweek desk hop for a while over at Julia’s place


A friend wanted to make something for her niece’s 
birthday so we had a little craft workshop and made a little money pouch.

OOPS !!

Well that was until I misspelt PENNIES and 
had to cover it up then ended up turning it into
 a travelling sewing kit.











17 comments:

  1. Like all good crafters you can turn your mistakes into something else and no-one need know. Unless you blog it of course.
    Hugs, Neet 7 xx

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  2. Hehehe it’s never a mistake....just a work in progress to the lovely finished result. I’m sure you intended it to go down that route. Love how it turned out.
    Hugs,
    Annie x #15

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  3. Definitely a great turn around and still plenty of room to keep a penny or two so it's a win win on both aspects. It's a lovely little creation.
    Thank you for sharing WOYWW.
    Creative wishes Tracey #5

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  4. Hahaha, yes, well at least you were able to turn it into something equally lovely, and no one will know about your mistake ... That's to say: we all do now ... xxx

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  5. Hi Lynn. Well done - turning a little problem into an opportunity for a solution...
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #4

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  6. Nice catch Lynn. At least you didn't spell it with one 'N' too lol. Have a good week. Sarah #9

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  7. Nice to see you back on the desks today Lynn! Oh, I think we've all hidden/changed/transmogrified our failures into triumphs at some point in our crafting lives :-D
    Hugs LLJ 8 xxx

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  8. Well rescued, Lynn! That's a wonderful little make. xxx

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  9. When life gives you lemons, make something useful out of it. This is wonderful and you always know how to think outside the box.

    Happy WOYWW from #3.

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  10. Hi Lynn, I'm sure that travel kit will be well appreciated, it's a vital thing for holidays! Great way to cover the mistake, that is so annoying when it happens isn't it? Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz XxX #10

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  11. well done for rectifying the "error" the end result is gorgeous. Helen #2

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  12. That's the great thing about creative work, we can always make a new layer and fix our mistakes. Sometimes it even turns out cuter than the first idea. I think that happened here . . . you are so clever. I always enjoy visiting your blog :)
    Have a lovely day.
    Connie :)

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  13. That's lovely Lynn and a nice photo of you too. Happy woyww, Angela x23x

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  14. That has to be the cutest little travel sewing kit ever - and no-one would ever guess you had done a clever cover up on it.
    Diana x

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  15. ha ha - yes we all do that sometimes! As Sarah said - it could have been worse! It's a lovely little item. xx Jo

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  16. Hahaha! Turn a mistake into something even better. That's what artists do. xxx

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