Wednesday, 2 February 2011

WOYWW + Altered pringles lid

Hi folks

This is my messy place this week, am slowly running out of run big time !!! But I just keep on pushing it back , getting quite full back there now lol - If you want to know what all this is about then check out Julias Blog here for great peeps at peoples craft spaces

thought you might like a different view for a change so here is my cork board full of odds and ends


And this is the project Ive been working on for a week now on and off, over at Craftymess Carol has started a Altered pringle Lid group, Had great fun making this, its for my Eldest, whos just moved into her own space !!!! Watch out world Clairey is out there lol 















Come on over to join in the fun, lots of altering and bits going on 

Hugs
Judie xx 




55 comments:

Lisa Jane said...

wow well done Mrs .. love that art deco image and the black lace
Lisa ;)

Spyder said...

An altered pringle lid group!?! I HATE throwing them away...and the tubes...now I've heard everything!! Have a great woyww...I'm always sooooooooooo late for work, well,if you're going to be late you might as well make a good job of it!!Happy WOYWW
((Lyn))

kitty said...

Hi It's gorgeous she will love it ! Kitty :)

Fiona Whitehead said...

That's my kind of desk - I have to be careful when I push everything to the back though as it falls off my desk - the things I have found on the floor!!!! I'm amazed at the altered pringle - and a group no less - yours is stunning x

Kathyk said...

What a brilliant project - recycling at its best!

No room on my workdesk either!

Kathyk

Jane said...

What a flamin' mess...Jeesh! I'm comin' round wiv me 'oooover to do a bit o' Spring cleaning!!! Altered Pringle Lids (?) Whatever next...who'd stand still for too long in your house without being "altered"...keep grooving pal xx

Shaz in Oz. said...

Thanks so much for popping by and going to persevere with acetate for present as think have resurrected it... looking good with glitter and brayered background and managed to back it ok which was the problem I was having earlier the glue I was using would not take.. have to careful with glue and acetate!!.. patience.. funny how you can be with some things and not with others,
Shaz in oz.x

Chrissie said...

What a great project!
I hate to throw things away too!
Have a great WOYWW!
Chrissie #22

Wipso said...

Loving the altered Pringles lid....how lovely to make something so pretty out of what would normally be thrown away.
A x

rachel said...

love it judie, not even started mine and how can you work with all that mess around you, i am a clean crafter lol only have out what i need and all goes away every time i get something else out, but if i have a room of my own well then that might be a dif story lol

Cardarian said...

Your art deco thinge is lovely! Like your messy desk - lots to see on there!
Hugs,
Cardarian

Sarpreet said...

gorgeous door hanger - just joined your blog too, great workspace, happy woyww! thank you for sharing (#9)

GLENDA BROOKS said...

Wonderful project! Well done!

Neet said...

Great project and what a lovely desk you have.

Sue, a.k.a. midwestgirl said...

Never imagined you could do all this to a Pringle lid - amazing! Sue #83

Morti said...

Fab desk - but I especially love the camper on the cork board! Thanks for stopping by....

Karen said...

WOW I love that altered pringles lid, its amazing!
Have a great WOYWW,
Karen #88

Lulabelle said...

Great messy desk! Lots of lovely things on your blog. Thanks for sharing!

S said...

Very cool project - now what flavor Pringles were they?

Pam said...

Nice image. Hugs Pam

Kathy said...

Fab photos today. The contents of your desk look as though they are standing to attention there!

Sue said...

Hi Ya
oh very busy desk you have there, luv the altered pringle lid, a fabulous creation, very clever,have great day, happy WOYWW, sue,x (36)

Carola Bartz said...

Great idea alterin a pringle lid, the result is stunning!

Andria said...

Wow you'd never think that started out life as a pringle lid lol! it's brilliant :).
happy woyww, thanks for sharing :)
crafty hugs - Andria (42).

Spyder said...

How does one get 'links' at the bottom of this comment box. I keep getting them on my blog and who ever leaves them doesn't seem to know how they get there. You have some left my others, and I like the idea of links coz even if people don't comment they leave a link. Which I'd love to do too, coz sometimes the comment box won't open!

(Lyn))

madebyKarla said...

Looks like you've been busy! I love the altered lid! Thanks for the peek ;)

Ciara said...

That's a pringles lid? Blimey, how cool is that!

Rhonda said...

Hi Judie! Those altered pringle lids are super cool! What a fab idea. Love your desk this week :-) Thanks for stopping by mine. #15

Handmade with Love said...

I kep pushing my stuff to the back until I run out of room too! Love your latest project, I bet she loved it! Tracey x

Charlene said...

Super art deco image! The roses, black lace and doily are perfect with it. #105

butlersabroad said...

Good thing you have a wall behind your desk, otherwise there'd be a huge CraftyMess on the floor! Like your Pringle's lid, who'd of thunk it???

Hugs
Brenda 91

Lin said...

I have heard it all now, an altered pringle lid group. Not exactly clever on the waistline though.

Great project that lace is quite gorgeous and it will give your girl something to remind her of Mum. Now if you want her to feel really at home go round to her's and mess the place up a bit!

Lin xx

HarmonySweetpea said...

Wow, who would have thought you could create something like that out of a pringle lid.

Pam said...

If you can alter pringle lids, I say push it back some more!
#44!

Scrapcollectr said...

Lucky daughter, nice mom! Your desk ethic matches mine: push it back. My only problem is that my desk floats in the middle of the room so things fall to the floor if I push too much! hee hee
Thanks for visiting!
#26
P.S. I'm hoping Mr. Squirrel is in the box when the pest control comes to check tomorrow!

okienurse said...

That is an awesome idea to recycle a pringles lid. I like to use things instead of throwing them in the recycle bin. Thanks for sharing.
Vickie #80

Katie_Bolinger said...

I just moved my bulletin board so it is in view. Never thought about altering a pringles lid but it's a great size and wonderful finished project.

Sue from Oregon said...

Ha! Looks like my desk, the space just keeps getting smaller and smaller doesn't it?

Jinny Holt said...

Ha ha I love your desk looks like mine most days, you get so into doing what your doing, you end up working in a space no bigger than 6 inches square!!!

Nice blog,gonna check out your web page too

TFS

Jinny

oneoff said...

What a fine excuse for eating more Pringles - I must try it! Love the use of the cork board for stencils too.

Thanks for visiting me,
Bernie

Julia Dunnit said...

Ah, your desk has the perfect display of push back technique to prove that it does work - there's space to craft! Love the pringles lid..hate the crisps!

scrappystickyinkymess said...

I just love to see things recycled into art - but something as simple as a Pringles lid, turned into this? Pretty amazing.


Have a great WOYWW!

Mary Anne
(a day late but determined!)

Kate said...

I like the push back method of tidying. Also like the idea of the altered pingle lids!

** Kate **

Starla said...

Altered pringles lids...great idea!! Star 125

Kathryn said...

Beautiful!! I don't eat Pringles (couldn't stop if I did) I have been saving those metal lids from frozen oj cans. Thought I'd need em someday. Now I know what to do with them!
Thanks for sharing!!!
Hugs!
kat

MaggieC said...

It is amazing what you have made use of, but how many packs of Pringles did it take to come up with the idea?

Holly Jones said...

I love your art deco project. I have been inspired :)

Marjo said...

Super crafty workspace, great idea to up-cycle your pringles lids.

Thanks for the peek and sharing, hugs Marjo lucky #1

Sandy Ang said...

What a great idea to recycle ! Thanks for the fantastic tip. Gotta try it sometime

peggy aplSEEDS said...

that is a lovely project! worth the creative mess on your desk!

Tuire Flemming said...

Hmmm... I just have an empty Pringles tube here (where my daughter has left it!)
Thank you visiting my blog - I´m glad to find this!
-Tuire

Nicky said...

Hmm that sound like a good idea will have to go an buy a tube of pringles to eat first the hardship lol - are you sure you still have enough space to craft? Nicky no.12

Elizabeth said...

Hi Judie, love the altered pringle lid - what a great idea! Your workspace looks really creative. Elizabeth x #96

Terry Blais said...

I've never thought of altering a Pringles lid, but my daughter loves eating them, so maybe I'll try! Yours looks great. Thanks for visiting my blog.

Terry #16

Susan said...

Loving your altered lid...very clever! I am late getting around again! Happy {LATE} WOYWW!

Susan xxox

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