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Wednesday, 1 October 2014

WOYWW #278

 It's Wednesday already, so time to go exploring other folks craft spaces at The Stamping Ground. This fine tradition was started by Julia Dunnit, and has become an institution all over the world as participants fight for first place lol!

On my desk today is the Cheery Lyn Crossover, I got it out to do some die cuts and thought I should use my new die, while the machine was still out. So I made a Christmas card that  you can see in the previous post, using the Creative Expressions angel die. As a result my desk is all about die cutting this week, well the Crossover takes up most of it!
Can you see Nicholas Cage on the TV? 

If you want to explore a few desks hop on over to The Stamping Ground, where I will not be first even though I blogged this long before the WOYWW post went up! I will be in bed and probably end up between numbers 40 to 70, unless I remember really early to log on and link!

16 comments:

  1. Now I'm loving your workdesk lol it's very much like mine very busy with lots of creating going on, that die is just beautiful I can't wait to see your christmas card when it's all finished.
    Is it a spellbinder's die?
    Have a great day.
    Maria
    http://ajourneythatstartshere.blogspot.com.au/2014/10/whats-on-your-workdesk-wednesday-278.html

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    1. Thanks Maria, you can see the card in the post before this one with details of the dies used.

      Cazzy x

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  2. Hi Cazzy,
    Thanks for stopping by my blog - you can order the die I used on Crafter's Companion's website it is called Over the Rooftops. I'm happy with my eBosser (typical I buy it as they bring a new one out), I really only intend on using it for my bigger or more difficult dies that my Cuttlebug struggles with :o) Your desk is fabulously busy! Lyns xx #42

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    1. Thanks Lynsey, I found the post on it afterwards, and I googled the dies. I might splash out, they are a bit expensive though!
      Cazzy x

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  3. I've never heard of a Crossover before, it's nice and big. Does it do other things because of its name? The die and card you made with it are both really beautiful.

    Hugs
    Brenda B

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    1. Hi Brenda, it is by Cheery Lyn and was recommended to me before it came out, as the best of its type! It is designed to cut fabric or card and there are specific dies you can buy by Cheery Lyn to cut fabric with it. Thank you for your lovely comments.
      Cazzy x

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  4. Nicholas Cage now you have my attention, he is one spunk, I so want to meet him one day. Gosh that is one really serious die cutting machine and why is everyone doing Christmas cards so early, maybe I am late hhmm.

    Thanks for visiting already

    Hugs Eliza, Yoda & Flat Susan
    Happy WOYWW #2

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  5. Beautiful angel die. I'm sure the results are just great using it.
    I've not seen a die machine like that before - a Crossover?
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #7

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  6. Cazzy, that card is absolutely utterly breathtaking! What a gorgeous die, (she says, adding to her Wish Book)! Your machine is new to me, too, and I'm intrigued. I shall go Google it. Happy WOYWW and thanks for coming to visit me! Have a wonderful week! Hugs, Darnell #23

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  7. Thanks for your visit earlier - I totally missed the point which was the closing date!!!
    Love that angel die, great card using it.
    Bishopsmate #61

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  8. That is a very impressively messy desk! The messier the better, as far as I'm concerned! Thanks for letting me look around your crafty area! zsuzsa @ InkyDinkyDoodle #78

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  9. I've not seen one of those die-cutters before - it looks enormous! Happy crafting x

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  10. Wow! there is SO much going on on your desk I had to get it up full screen size to have a proper nosey - and that is one serious piece of diecutting kit too, great to be able to cut all sorts of materials. Sorry for the late visit, just got home for hols and enjoying a catch-u :o) Annie C #82

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  11. Lots of loveliness, including that gorgeous angel die (might have to investigate that). Thanks for sharing. Sorry I’m late commenting. Hope that you have a lovely crafting week to come. Hazel, WOYWW #81 x

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  12. Wow, I'd love to come to your house and play at that great desk! So many goodies - enjoy! Hugs, Chris # 16

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  13. Wow, lots of busy on that desk! Thank you for sharing your desk! Have a great week Ginny M #63

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