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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

WOYWW 219 TAGS

Well, here it is Wednesday again and time for WOYWW.  To be honest I nearly didn't post and play this week, BUT my GD, Hannah spent 2 days with me and worked so hard on these tags.  Her comment was "Put all these tags on your desk Grandma so your friends will see them on the computer".  So how could I NOT join this week....LOL   She had her first lesson on the Cricut (after I did all the settings) so she is the one who cut all the tags.  Then about 20 of them got the marbling on both sides using shaving foam and ink.  She calls this foam printing (good call).  Along the back are a few from day 2 that she decorated, and to the far right is a stack of cut tags she left for me to play with.  She told me she likes having an Artsy Fartsy Grandma!! LOL
If you haven't already linked up to play WOYWW you need to start HERE at The Stamping Ground, where Julia will get you all lined out.
Off to spend some time being nosey and seeing what everybody else is doing today or yesterday in the UK
Inky Hugs
Krisha


busy decorating tags, she did not bring her glasses


she chose not sit, but is standing on my foot stool

Standing on a stool to run the Cricut,

22 comments:

  1. Hello!

    Wonderful tags - what fun you had with this lovely child! You are lucky to be her Artsy Fartsy Grandma! :<) Thank you for telling me about the Stickles blog - I LOVE stickles and it is a staple in my cardmaking! I just used it yesterday on a young girl's birthday card. Wishing you a happy day!

    Hugs,

    Barbara Diane

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  2. Hi Krisha - How could you not play with those works of art to share! Loved your post, it gave me a warm and fuzzy moment. Glad your GD is showing her crafty genes! MMx #83

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  3. How wonderful to have a GD who shares your interests and what great tags! My grandson used to come and play but he's nearly 14 now so has other things to do. Thanks for your visit earlier. Hugs. Pam#33

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  4. How lovely to have a little grand daughter to share your creative talents with! she has made some fabulous tags. happy WOYWW toni 118 xx

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  5. Lol at the 'artsy fartsy' grandma- my grandaughter calls me her Goth Nanny, lol.She has made some beautiful tags, and I agree you could not ignore such an appeal. Have a great week, Hugs, Shaz #45 xx

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  6. The tags are so fun. What a great way to spend time with your GD. happy crafting #2

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  7. How lovely to have your GD helping you with your crafting. Long may she continue to enjoy it.

    Happy WOYWW. Susi #105

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  8. Aw, she looks as if she's having so much fun; how could anyone resist her request to show these lovely tags to the friendly deskers! I would love to try that shaving foam technique; I wonder if there's a You tube video? Happy woyww! Julie Ann xx #39

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  9. So you're an artsy-fartsy grandma, huh?! :) Let the GD know her tags are fab! Funny how others get so excited about our posting these desk pics. My fella says to me....well you're gonna take a pic and post tonight, aren't you? Gotta love em! And all my blog friends too! Thanks for the earlier visit! Happy WOYWW! Nan G #4

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  10. I want and arstsy fartsy garandma. She had a really great time and loves every minute she spends with you.

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  11. Looks like fun was had by all. :-)
    April #120

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  12. Now I get to call you artsy-fartsy Krisha. It was sweet of you to post the tags. The perfect desk accessory for Betsy!

    BTW, you were late posting and I'm late getting here. What else is new?

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  13. Yeah Artsy Fartsy - love it - and to pass on your love of it all is fabulous - Thanks for popping over - Have a great week - Happy WOYWW Mxx #70

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  14. Loving her tags. Can tell she had fun x

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  15. I think artsy fartsy Grandma's are the best sort of all! Looks like she is having a lovely time playing with you and producing mountains of tags!Happy WOYWW Annette #9

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  16. It must be wonderful to have a little one that enjoys your spending time with you and craft . Love the tags she did a great job.
    Sandra @108

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  17. Krisha, looks like you and Hannah had fun together! It's more time-consuming to craft with kids, but it's worth it and will be a happy memory for her. Tell her your Internet friends like her tags. :-)
    ~ Laura the Bookworm (who is just visiting this week -- no time to post!)

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  18. What a sweet lot of pretty tags, Krisha!

    (I just had the notebook and school box full of supplies, like glue stick, scissors, Pitt Pens, a few crayons, distress tool. They're all very flat, since they're going to all be mailed)

    Thank you for stopping by this woyww, I appreciate your visit and comment!
    :)trisha
    #27 this week

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  19. What a darling! I just love crafting with kids (I know I grumble but I love every minute of it). Made very simple creepy spiders with my under 4 story time group today - the shrieks of delight when they put them up on display was worth the time spent cutting all the bits out so they could just stick!! Thanks for your visit - only just catching up - and yes do go and sit in your library!! Cindy

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  20. Happy Belated WOYWW, Krishna! Thanks for the visit to me! Of course, you HAD to play along this week and show us the incredible tags that Hannah made! What a creative girl and a little worker bee!! I love sharing my space with my twink GSs; nothing better! Enjoy the rest of your week! Darnell #19

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  21. Amazing Tags and it's wonderful to see little ones so creative and they are alot quicker to create then us that's for sure 20 in less then 2 days that's alot :)
    hugs Nikki 10 thanks for the visit

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  22. I'm only a week late but trying to play catch up with those who commented on my blog.
    Great display and GD was right, they needed to be shown to us. Looks as if she had a fab time - well, you both probably did. Nothing like sharing.
    Hugs, Neet xx

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