Wednesday, November 2, 2011

WOYWW126

Another Wednesday...already!!  Hey time...SLOW DOWN!  That's not likely to happen.  On my workdesk is my new favorite tool.  I saw this Fiskars Stamp Press tool in use online.  I thought it looked wonderful...guess what?  It is!  I even removed the angel from the card in yesterday's post to add some color to her, can you imagine doing that on a tiny piece of already cut CS?  Run right out and get one.

 

See that SU Choc Chip pad on my desk?  Anyone know how to get the darn top back on?  I went to open it and the top went flying.  Thankfully, it ended up in the wastebasket and not on the carpeting.
I've got stamps out for a Rubbernecker Blog Hop coming up and also for a Sparkle and Sprinkle project. 
Be sure to head on over to Julia's for a look at creative desks all over the world.

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18 comments:

MaggieC said...

Glad I have tempted you to make some cheese scones too, they are just so tasty with the extra mustard and cayenne pepper in. I like the sound of your new toy, although I am still not quite sure how it works - I shall have to look it up on the net.

BetteK said...

Really love your work Charlene!
Martha Stewart punch-around-the-page ... aren't they brilliant! x

Shona Erlenborn said...

It happens to me all the time, too! Wish someone could explain a quick fix for those ink pads! I just fumble with it for about an hour, till it fits back together! LOL

Annette said...

sorry I have no idea...but your right... luckily it did not end up on your carpet.. I already had that happen with one of the drop inks and it was blue..I call it art..lol Good luck.. :)

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Thanks for the great comment on my blog!! Really nice when others appreciate your work :D

I don't make cards/scrapbook so have to ask what on earth is an SU Choc Chip pad??? I could hazard a guess, sounds yummy though!!
Hugs, LLJ xx

Hazel said...

The Fiskars stamp press looks interesting (must investigate) - came here from WOYWW x

Shanna Shands said...

Hey teamie..... Guess what the lid came popping off one of mine you would think I rolled around in the ink pad trying to get mine back on. It took many times of looking and carefully opening another pad over and over until I figured out how to get mine back on.... It take s little patients ( I am not good at) and determination.

Anne said...

Hi there and thankyou for visiting my blog. Your desk looks very neat and organised. I have trouble with those SU pads as well. Anne x

jaymack said...

Hey my enabler friend! The new toy looks like fun. Where is the candy on your desk?

Bev Gerard said...

I've been close to purchasing one of those Fiskars positioners before ... Now you've got me thinking again, Charlene!

~Bev

butlersabroad said...

I've seen the stamp press in Michaels and wondered how good it was, might give it a try now! Hope you get the ink pad fixed!

Hugs
Brenda 74

okienurse said...

great work space! I just bought one of the Fiskars Stamp Presses at my local stamp store after seeing it demoed. Looks like something I could really use. Hope you have a great week. Thanks for sharing. Vickie #68

okienurse said...

BTW re stamp pad...take it apart totally and turn it so the pad is laying on top of the bottom like it would if it was open. Angle it slightly and put the pegs on the side in the slide rails and pull it back into place. Takes patience but it eventually goes back into place. Vickie

Joanne said...

Sorry, but never heard of that ink pad. Always the case though eh! drop the lid of the butter dish or jam jar and it ends up all over the place...
Hugs Joanne xx

Julia Dunnit said...

I only have limited experience of SU! pads..and there's a reason - the lids!! I can't really help but I knowit's a cassette style that involves side and slot in a way that is opposite to the way you think it should be, and wear gloves! Love how the stamps you're about to use are all lined up ready for parade!

Bridget Larsen said...

Flying inkpad like, yes it has happened to me twice and I've put it back, its hard to explain how to do it you just have to wiggle it and wiggle it until you are almost ready to throw it out
Bridget #2

Lisa-Jane said...

I love the colours on your angel card and I think it is perfect so I'd be interested to see it with her coloured in too.

Elizabeth said...

Hi, I've seen the stamp press being used on YouTube and thought that it looked a helpful piece of equipment too. Hope your weekend is a good one. Elizabeth x #59