05 September 2012

WOYWW - Acorns, Totoro, Chinchilla

Happy WOYWW!  Thanks to Julia for hosting!  http://stamping-ground.blogspot.com/ 



So here's my desk!  It has watercolor paper that I had fun with the new iridescent inks.  No idea what I'll do with them yet.  Maybe cut them up and make ATCs.  Then we have some acorns and dogwood seeds.  I'm hoping to use those as a subject for a still life painting.  Then...maybe I can get the dogwood seeds to sprout! I could use an oak tree too... My yard is rather devoid of trees. Anyway...back to my workspace.  The picture on the right is from my sister in law.  She did a great job drawing my chinchilla (Chimichanga) in his Totoro dust bath thingy.  I also have some new brushes on my desk. 



NON-WOYWW babbling
 Over the weekend I got to go back to Arkansas to visit my grandpa and all of my family (on that side) and my in-laws.   I have the most awesome family and in-laws.  I love them so much.  What a blessing to have such a great family!

Peace and Love, y'all!
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26 comments:

Bridget Larsen said...

Wow never seen acorns like that, only brown ones.
Bridget #30

scrappystickyinkymess said...

"It's behind you!" Yep, that is so my room. Glad I could provide you with a laugh :) Love your watercolour paper play, and the acorns are just too sweet. DD loves Studio Ghibli anime and "My Neighbor Totoro" but no idea what a totoro dust bath is!

Happy WOYWW

MA (29)

Lindsay Weirich said...

busy desk, great fun! Happy WOYWW: Lindsay #10

Brenda Brown said...

I can see lots of colour and texture going on here. Sounds and looks like you are a busy crafter. Glad you had a great trip.
hugs {brenda} xox WOYWW147

Helen said...

Hi Katie thanks for popping by to see me and for the well wishes for Cal. What a fantastic photo of the acorns and seeds. Happy WOYWW to you from Helen 22

Eliza said...

I have never see acorns before they are just amazing and they are green, I thought they were brown. You are so lucky to have a family and one that you love so much. Thanks for visiting me and sharing your desk.

Eliza #20

JoZart said...

I wish you were near so I could give you an oak tree as the pesky squirrels keep planting acorns all over my garden and so I'm forever pulling up unwanted seedlings. I do try to home them... the seedlings, I mean not the squirrels!! Best of it is that there isn't an oak to be seen nearby so they must travel!
JoZarty x

Tertia said...

I find it quite freeky that we often write about the same things on WOYWW. This week seems to be family appreciation week.
Busy desk.
Happy WOYWW!
Tertia #70

Daniella said...

I love the watercolor background. You can do so much with something like that!
xxDaniella#19

Jojorenee said...

Nature & art the perfect mixture! Enjoy your family! Mika #146

505whimsygirl said...

Those acorns look very cool -- as do your papers. Can't wait to see the ATCs you make (if that's what you decide to do).

Thanks for visiting me already - work is getting in the way today....

Hugs, Kay #15

May said...

Busy desk going on there. I have never seen acorns like that I thought they were brown.fab pic.. Have a great week, hugs May x x x

Redanne said...

Lovely acorns, they look so big. Love the watercoloured paper. Thank you for visiting me earlier, I have been watching the Paralympics so I am late......hope you had a great WOYWW, Anne x #47

Lisa West said...

Cool, have fun with those inks. My WOYWW was mistakenly linked to two weeks ago, my bottlecaps. If your interested, I have a post for this week too, ATC's. I'll have to check back to see yours, Lisa

Amy E said...

Hi Katie!
WOW...I'm loving those inks!! You watercolor paper came out SO PRETTY!!!

So glad you got to hang out with your family over the weekend...it's good for the soul!

Amy E. #36
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Joynana said...

Love the view from above, cute pet, and you want to grow an oak tree. I wonder if that would work. #33

Diana Evans said...

oh those acorns are amazing!!! so pretty!!! love your workspace!!!

EELS said...

Hi Katie, thanks for your comment, sorry I'm a bit late replying.
Love the colourful background paper.
Elaine #24

Queenie Jeannie said...

A great extended family IS a wonderful blessing!!! Thank you for sharing your desk with us this week!

l00pyscraftcreations said...

now I'm not an artist, and just sit and stare at people who are! fab desk
hugs Lou P #86

SueH said...

Looks like you have loads happening on your desk this week Katie. I love the drawing of Chimichanga.

Happy Crafting!
Sue @# 117
x

barbarabeesblog said...

Love your chinchilla-house-friend!
Happy belated WOYWW BarbaraBee '148

akilli melek said...

hope your seeds grow tall after you have fun crafting
thanks for popping by earlier
caroline #14

Neesie said...

I adore acorns and have grown a few oak trees in different locations on my travels.
I agree with you...families are so precious and should be treasured.
My daughter is about to travel 12,000 miles to join us for a few weeks holiday.
I'm so h'eggscited that I could pop!
Have a wonderful time with your family :D
Happy WOYWW Neesie #13

Nora Clemens said...

Love your desk, very busy and ready for creations, NICE!!!

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Hi there Katie, ah finally have made it over!! love your Chinchilla and the seeds - yes please do try and grow one and let us know who you go!!
Thanks so much for popping over and thanks for sharing ~ happy WOYWW! Shaz in Oz. x #48