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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

WOYWW

Well I didn't get around to much paper crafts this week I did manage a doodle or two in one of my books but I did manage to finish two more windows for our shed. These ones are going on either side of our door now only 6 more to go Yikes 
But I love how this pattern turned out it already feels like an old window 

So here's my space this week and it's really cleaned off a lot because I could only colour the last 2 nights seeing I cleared off all the stained glass supplies just to try and make a lot of Christmas cards Under 80 days to go AHHHHHH!!! lol 
Other wise everything is off the top and jammed anywhere but here while I make my window up seeing It's so tough to do them in the hall way hunched over them This will all be cleared away tomorrow to make another window/s (2 down 6 to go)

so Happy WOYWW 
hugs Nikki 

24 comments:

  1. Love the design for the windows, Nikki! good luck with your Christmas designs, I've started mine too.. less of the countdown, please!! Helen #1

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  2. Wow one very posh shed!! Hope you get chance to creat this week. Soojay xx 8

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  3. Wow, Nikki! I can't believe you made those windows. They look like the ones I see in old buildings, they must have taken such a long time to make. You're very talented! Debra x

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  4. That window design manages to be both vintage and contemporary at the same time! Clever you, it's fantastic!!
    Hugs, LLJ 10 xx

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  5. Oh Nikki, I love our windows. I couldn't understand last week how it would work with no colour but now I do and they are fabulous. Well done you, the design is fabulous.
    Hugs, Neet 5 xx

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  6. The window is fabulous - how clever you are. I really must start on the Christmas cards! Anne x #16

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  7. The window is fabulous - how clever you are. I really must start on the Christmas cards! Anne x #16

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  8. You're so clever being able to make windows like that - they are really beautiful, how great to be able to make something both useful AND beautiful! Have a lovely week :o) Annie C #23

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  9. The window design is stunning! Well worth the effort. At some stage you might have to define your priorities: Xmas cards or window....What is it going to be?
    Looking forward to seeing the finished product.
    Have a good week
    Blessings,
    Lisca

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  10. Those windows are going to be so beautiful! That is sort of a lost art and I'm so glad you are able to do it! Glenda #26

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  11. Oh wow Nikki...the shed windows will be FAB!!! I want to learn stained glass one day myself. Your neat is so neat...mine is chaos at the moment LOL

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  12. Hi Nikki, those windows look way too good for your shed! Or perhaps you have a very posh shed to suit? Ours are normally just wooden boxes. Have fun making some more! Happy WOYWW! zsuzsa @ InkyDinkyDoodle #29

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  13. Those windows are just beautiful. That is going to be one cool looking shed. Happy crafting #33

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  14. Wow that stained glass is so neat, cant wait to see the finished product
    Bridget #11

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  15. Nikki, your windows are GORGEOUS!!!! They're going on a shed? That's going to be one amazing shed!!!

    :)trisha, #52
    with a diy desk redo,
    but not the workdesk!


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  16. You windows are truly gorgeous. Love to see it in situ.
    Have a lovely woyww and happy crafting, Angela x 19

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  17. Your window is wonderful! And what a fun desk! Look at all those markers! Makes me smile. LOL #50

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  18. The windows look beautiful! I'm curious about the end result of the shed!

    Greetings, Sofie #51
    http://sofies-succulent-beads.blogspot.be/

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  19. No, I couldnt do any sort of work hunched over it..specially on the floor. Leave that skill to Helen! Naturally, I LOVE the window designs,and am super impressed that you've switched with ease to making Christmas stuff!

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  20. Can you believe? Christmas is so close!? And here I am not even starting Christmas cards! I've been meaning to for a couple months, just haven't made the time. Gonna have to do that.

    I can't wait to see how that glass comes out, I'll be following. :)

    Michelle #56

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  21. Those windows are amazing! I didn't know you did stained glass too! Wow.

    Your desk is nice and neat. I can't wait until I have a designated craft space. Afraid it may be several more years.....

    Hugs,
    Kay

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  22. Stunning windows and I am always amazed at how quickly you can produce such works of art. sandra de @55

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  23. Super impressed with those windows! How clever you are! Parsy

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  24. The windows are turning out fabulous! You are so talented! Creative Blessings! Kelly #42

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