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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

WOYWW +Winner

So Here is my Desk ..... VERY EMPTY indeed. I finished the base with the DH laughing at me the whole time as I put it together 1st attempt I should have used a square the legs where so tilted. 2nd time around much better and it's now straight but he still enjoyed me putting it together lol but I'm very happy with it. Now I just want to change out the top and the shelf then it will be a totally new looking desk with some really kewl looking.
I think I'll still need something to protect it once done. 
So here's a close up the shell I've been putting my loose stamps in Not sure what type it is
but it's beautiful. Thanks Judys DH for letting me know it's a Nacre Shell :) 
Now here is my space
Everything has been put back and I'm working one some cards for a Christmas card drive and the lucky winner is #24 who is Cindy Congrats send me your snail mail and I'll pop your little pink candy in the post.
So this is my space again you can check out everyone else's at Julia's 
hugs Nikki

27 comments:

  1. Hubby says that's a Nacre shell? Lovely anyway.Nice to put gear in a beautiful container.
    Gotta love that desk!

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  2. The shell is beautiful, and well done for getting the desk built! Helen 5

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  3. Aren't you the handy one!! Great job on the new desk! It will look even more amazing filled up with crafting goodies. That shell is GORGEOUS!!!! What a treasure!

    Happy Crafting!
    Jeannie #21

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  4. It looks great - take no notice of DH, he's probably feeling threatened by your independent DIY skills!! LOL

    It will be a great place to work. Lovely clear desk - do show the Christmas cards when they materialise. Hugs for now, Chris # 16

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  5. WOW, I a impressed. That desk is fabulous - well done you!
    Lovely shell.
    Your green mat is just the same as mine - stained and well worn (used) but they are so expensive I haven't got around to replacing. It works so why bother?
    Hugs, Neet 14 xx

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  6. Well done, Nikki - a great desk. Gorgeous shell - beautiful shimmery colours.
    Thanks for visiting.
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #6

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  7. Well done for persevering and doing such a lovely job with your desk.It's going to be a great new crafty space.
    Love the shell, what beautiful colours there are in it.
    Hugs Lisax #31

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  8. Your new desk is looking good! And your shell is just gorgeous!

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  9. Ooh not heard of a nacre shell, thought it was a NZ paua (otherwise known as abalone) we used to pick them up on the beach. Either way, its beautiful.

    Glad to see so many are starting Christmas cards....it means I can have a nose round to get some ideas as my Christmas mojo has deserted me!

    Kyla #33

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  10. Great desk! Also love the shell...it is just beautiful! Happy WOYWW!
    Glenda #45

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  11. Hi Nikki, love the desk especially the hutch part of it. That shell is really pretty. Joynana #49

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  12. The desk looks good, love those paua shells, they are so beautiful
    Bridget #48

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  13. Aren't you clever to make that desk! It looks fab, and it's so handy to have the shelving unit in front of you to put things in.
    Thank you for letting me peep over your shoulder.
    Have a good week.
    Lisca#26
    PS I wrote two posts as otherwise it would be too long, but I did it the wrong way round. Now #26 takes you to the extra one.... oh never mind....

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  14. Wow-- Love that desk! Well done! The shell is gorgeous. It really makes a lovely container.
    Nann #57 WOYWW

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  15. Fabulous desk Nikki. I love the chunky looking legs. Isn't that just typical of a man - he could have helped after all :) Your shell is beautiful ... I believe that nacre is also known as mother-of-pearl. I have a giveaway on offer so do check out the sticky post at the top of my blog. Have a great week, Elizabeth x #53

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  16. WOW I'm all in to upcycling and I really love your cool desk! The shell is beautiful, what an original container.
    have a happy week
    Lynda B 13

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  17. Your new desk looks amazing, well done for putting it together by yourself too. Also glad to see your cutting mat looks in the same kind of state as mine hehehe :o) Happy WOYWW Annie C #64

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  18. Great job on the desk Nikki! And boy, what a gorgeous shell that is. Haven't WOYWW'd in so long...should get back to the fun!
    Hugs, Renee

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  19. Great idea for the use of the shell, so nice to have a use that means you can enjoy it so often. And your desk just looks awesome. Really.

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  20. That's a gorgeous shell with some great colours to use as inspiation for your craft work.
    The desk looks good too.
    Have a great week and happy crafting, Angela x

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  21. Great looking desk and shell. I love reused items. Peg R 77

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  22. That desk job is impressive, Nikki! I tired making bookshelves once and I never realized how hard it would be!
    Happy WOYWW! Thank you for dropping by!
    Hugs,
    peggy aplSEEDS@3

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  23. Great job on building the desk! Very pretty she'll
    Jackie 10

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  24. Hi Nikki! GREAT job on building your desk, it looks fantastic. Way to go girl!!!

    Thanks for visiting me this week
    Krisha #65

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  25. We have those shells on our coast, they are known as Pearl le moen or abalone. This one of yours has had the rough stuff ground off and has been varnished. That is quite a popular thing to do with them here too and they sell to the tourists like hot cakes. They do not occur naturally like you see it on your desk! I am really impressed with your desk, your DH can laugh all he likes, I think you are brilliant! I am late to visit as I had a self inflicted deadline to achieve...#19

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  26. Wow great job with the desk the most I can manage is a flat pack - although I do a lot of 'balancing' LOL most of my craftroom moves if you lean on it too hard!! Great news about the win, I'll send my snail mail toot sweet. Cindy

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  27. Lovely new desk (well done assembling it, despite hubby's laughter!!) and what a beautiful shell. I have one similar, but it's a much lighter colour. It lives in the bathroom.

    Happy belated WOYWW,
    Shoshi #37

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