Thursday, January 31, 2013

What's on Your Workdesk? Wednesday, #191--new stamps and backround papers!

Well, okay, it's Thursday AGAIN--if I didn't have to go places, or share
the computer with five other people, I might actually get my posts done
when they're supposed to be done!

Some new stamps, ready to put on cling foam--
Behind the Scenes plate from Rogue Redhead Designs
You may know I REALLY like making backgrounds, so these stamps,
oh yes, they will be put to good use.  Here's what else is on my workdesk,
and I'm thinking these will get a good stamping soon-- 
the top is accidental background paper, the others were on purpose!
So I'll be around later today, will at least stop by everyone who dropped in
to say hi last round, or comments this time.  If you'd like to join in the desk
snoop, you can go see the lovely Julia, who hosts the fun each week.


House of Bears said...

Oooh, now we REALLY like those, background stamps are fab,well, all stamps are fab really!

Thanks for visiting the bears this week.

Netty said...

Terrific background stamps and loving your beautiful backgrounds Trisha, x

Anonymous said...

The pure joy of new stamps :) and they will look amazing on your fabulous background papers.

Brenda Brown said...

I am sure you will put these new RRD stamps to good use Trisha, looking forward to seeing what you make with them.
hugs {brenda} x0x

MaggieC said...

You were not last, Trisha. There are a couple after you. If you think I am tidy, just look back at last week's post for a flavour of what my room is like. I spent two days clearing out and tidying, filled two boxes of stuff for my daughter and granddaughter, and still only manages a two foot square piece of desk to work in. There is so much still to do. I love making my own backgrounds these days, and yours look so cheerful. Thank you for your visit today. xx Maggie #11

Nan G said...

Ji, thanks for stopping by! Love those background stamps! I'll have a real close look at them. I'm finding I need more! Loves my distress inks n stains. Want to dabble more with stamping with the stains n paint! So cool. I'm a bit late desk hopping... Happy WOYWW! Nan 107

Cameron said...

Oooo, new stamps! I love background stamps, especially!

I know you'll put these to good use....I've seen what magic you create :)

RosC said...

Good morning Trisha.
Thank you so much for your interest - I'm very chuffed. This week Wednesday got away from me, in fact the whole week has and it's Friday. I have accomplished quite a lot of good sensible things but not much in the art studio.
I do like your background stamps, and better still the backgrounds you've created. They look very pretty together; I like a riot of colour.
See you soon,

Daniella said...

I love backgrounds too!! I love those stamps! I have a similar set that I use all the time!!

Angela Secrest said...

Ohh, love those background for sure! I really, really need to do something inky! Thanks for the visit, I'm late this week as well!
Angie #135

Lunch Lady Jan said...

I don't care if you're late or not, it's nice to see you and your gloriously, colourful backgrounds :) They're fun :)
Hugs, LLJ 36 xx

Redanne said...

Hi Trisha, yes, sorry I missed this week but will do my best to join in next week! Love those new stamps you got and really love your backgrounds - a lot.... Hugs, Anne x

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

I love your painted backgrounds. The possibilities to use them are endless. Blessings!

Almo said...

Hi Trisha, I thought you had missed the bus this week, but glad you made it with your desk. Loving those background stamps. Thanks for your visit. Mo x

toni said...

Hi Trisha, love those stamps and backgrounds I 'm looking forward to see what happens with them. So glad you made it and popped over for a visit, thanks for your lovely comments, your name will be in the hat for the draw on Sunday x

Eliza said...

Oh I hav some of those backgrounds and they are brilliant and so versatile, you are going to love using them.

Great backgrounds too.


Shoshi said...

Great new stamps! I love background stamps and have quite a few now. Your background papers are great, too. I got the idea of working on a large piece of paper rather than a craft mat some time ago from Jennibellie (you can find her on Youtube and she also has a blog) - I call her the Recycling Queen! I try to change papers when I'm using different colour schemes so there is a bit of method in it lol! I also love using them as backgrounds to photograph things.

Thanks for your nice comment, and I'm glad you like my new spoke guards. They were fun, fun, fun to make! Lots of ideas for different sets, now, too.

Happy belated WOYWW,
Shoshi #111

sandra de said...

Hi Trish, thanks for stopping by and leaving such lovely comments. Your accidental paper is wonderful, Both you and RosA are doing wonderful things with your leftovers. I am sure those stamps will come in handy.

Anneliese said...

I love your paper works! I am also dabbling about with colours and diaries. It is coming in "waves". It is just knitting now. The day will come when I will make again backgrounds. But there are many things in-between.
Anneliese - I sure will show the progress of the century-knitting

BJ said...

Oh I love backgrounds too and would love a honeycomb stamp, off to look at the site. Thanks for popping by my desk - BJ#42

Roudi said...

I keep my "accidental backgrounds", too!
They almost always have some good color combinations that I use later!
Love your background stamps SO much!

Thank you for visiting me already. xx
Roudi #94

Christine said...

Love those background stamps!
Not being a stamper ........

Gibby Frogett said...

Belated WOYWW greetings..soooo behind - thanks for visiting yesterday, loved your comment - made me chuckle :)
LOVE your stamps and your papers, hope we get to see what you create with them...happy crafting Gill x (#82)

Robin Spitzer said...

Hi Trisha! new stamps are always such fun! Especially background stamps.. I love your backgrounds. Even the paper that was not on purpose is pretty!

Thank you for the visit

Robin #110

Joynana said...

Hi Trish, I have been looking at those stamps for months and know that they will be next on my list of purchases. Your backgrounds are great. I love making them too.

Julia Dunnit said...

Now that' is a happy accident huh! I've tried to get in the habit of using semi decent paper to cover desk etc when squirting and inking, but have had less arty success than that!

Cardarian said...

Your background stamps and backgrounds are lovely! I see you have played with the splatter technicque! Love it!
Lots of hugs,

Queen Lightwell said...

Now see how late I am running with my return visit! Life, right? What can you do but live it up, laugh it up and just go, go, go! :) I LOVE your new background stamp! I bet it was cheaper than that new TH one I had on my desk, but I just *had* to have it because of the honeycomb print! I've been wanting one for just weeks now(you know, for-ev-er!)and finally just broke down and bought his because I couldn't find any others...but now I see yours...and I like it better! Does it always happen like that?! lol Also love the backgrounds you've done, even the accidental one! :)
Thanks for visiting me, much earlier, and I know my stack of cards was ridiculous but it was actually pretty easy to do. I had gotten several new Prima journaling card sets, which don't all have lines on them, but are so pretty they make perfect focal pieces for little cards so that's why I whipped up so many...I really couldn't stop myself! lol I just adore Prima patterns and stamps, too. Anyways, I better make a few more stops before the next WOYWW starts up and I've missed them completely. :) Deeyll#164(who ended up after you because I messed up my linky! lol)

Rhonda Langley said...

Love those background stamps! Beautiful backgrounds-purposeful and accidental!