Tuesday, November 22, 2011

WOYWW 129: A Bigger Table!



I finally bought a bigger table! Yipee!
I got tired of working on a pile of boxes!
However, I still haven't had time to fix up my mess,
just spread it around a bigger area!

I am starting on my 2nd commission,
having finished the first one, see below:

I am soooo ecstatic that the lady 
who ordered it, loved it! 
It was quite a challenge drawing Gandhi
(does it look like him?)

On my journal today:
Matthew 28:20 "I am with you always,
until the end of the age."

What a  comfort this is to all of us!
With all the challenges we face,
we can depend on God to be with us,
journeying with us,
giving us strength,
enabling us.
He will never disappoint! 

Joining the lovely Julia for a 
peek at desks and projects!

Linking up with
Joan at Reflections of His Grace
Women in the Word Wednesdays

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Be blessed!
Patsy

35 comments:

  1. I find you just fill the space that is available... so a bigger table disappears all too quickly!! I can see why your lady would love the picture.. and yes, it does look like Gandi.

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  2. Definately looks like Ghandi! Great job! Congrats on the new table! It is always great to get more space to play! -Amanda #7

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  3. Good stuff. Always. Happy woyww!

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  4. How awesome that you got a new table addition. And yes, I think it looks like Gandhi. I'm #9 this week.

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  5. Great new desk - nothing wrong with just spreading around more stuff (much more fun if you ask me!). Love the artwork I can see why the lady is thrilled with it - its lovely. Thanks for sharing. Sunshine Girl – No 19

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  6. Well done on the new desk, hope you get time to set it up. although it doesn't look like it affects your art always amazing.

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  7. oh wow, what a great mess you have! And I am really wanting to see that painting in the background...with the person under the tree.

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  8. Bigger desk = bigger mess in my studio! Love the finished canvas, no wonder the lady was thrilled with it and yes it does look just like him. Did you use Letraset to get the wording on so neatly?

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  9. Great new desk:)Lovely
    Don't forget to pop by my desk as am giving away goodies today:)
    Happy Woywwing
    Jennie #10

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  10. Fab new table, and great space.
    Happy WOYWW
    Cathy #3

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  11. Hi there. Thanks for letting us peek into your creative space this week. It's always inspiring seeing where and how we create! Hope the rest of your week goes very well for you. Enjoy the bigger table though it will soon be too small again! May blessings from above overflow your life this week.
    Neil #31

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  12. Thanks for your lettering explanation. Were you looking for email? I have added that to my blogger profile, did not realise it was not there.

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  13. What a great desk and yes the finished canvas certainly looks like Gandhi. Laura

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  14. Great looking desk/work space you have there. Love the painting and yes it looks like Ghandi! Thanks for sharing! Hope you have a great week. Vickie #64

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  15. Always great to acquire some more space! Well done you. I love your art work - gorgeous background you've created there. Thank you for this week's contribution from God's Word - we need to remind ourselves daily of this wonderful truth! Happy WOYWW, Shoshi #70

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  16. Love your paintings, your journal page is wonderful. :)

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  17. Great news for a bigger desk, you can go buy lots more stash now lol, brilliant work and a gorjuss blog xx

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  18. Thanks for your comment on my blog, Patsy - I'm trying to rest up and get over it as soon as possible - it's getting to be a bit of a bore as it's gone on a week now. Shoshi #70

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  19. Hi Patsy
    Good luck on the bigger desk, I got one and now I just have twice the amount of stuff on it!
    I love your header... love the picture of you.
    Wishing you a most beautiful week
    Blessings
    Rebecca

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  20. Way hey! Fabulous news about the bigger desk. And fab work on those commissions. Me too, with the bigger desk problems, craft stuff tends to expand to fill the available space.

    Mary Anne

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  21. I think it does look like Gandhi,yes! Am delighted for you over the new table, and sort of glad that you don't feel the need to do anything but spread out!

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  22. There is nothing more satisfying than having a bigger workspace, mine never stops expanding
    Bridget #36

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  23. Good luck with your next commission ...and yes it does look like Gandhi.

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  24. Great work !

    Have a great week x

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  25. I love seeing it finished and I bet the lady loved it because it is wonderful.... good luck with the bigger table... they sure do fill up no matter what size we get!!

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  26. Hi Patsy, love your new bigger table - I'm sure yo'll spend many happy hours crafting on it. Have a great week. Elizabeth x #81

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  27. Wonderful work Patsy, I enjoy visiting!

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  28. As always Patsy, you come up with some wonderful work. Thanks so much for always sharing. Hugs, Neet x #12

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  29. Your artworks are splendid! I like your style. Happy PPF!

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  30. Yes it certainly looks like Gandhi. Glad you have more space to spread out. x Jo

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  31. Fabulous!! I bet the new desk will inspire even more!!(Bit late, was sure I called in yesterday!!)Have a great week! HaPPy WoYWw!
    ((Lyn))

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  32. Hi Patsy - my one daughter is quite creative and her work space is also chaotic. Must be a creative thing. Thanks for linking up again. I am always happy to see you there, the creative edge. Looking forward to seeing you there again next week.
    God bless
    Tracy

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  33. Dear Patsy, Your art is beautiful and inspiring! Praise God that He will never leave us nor forsake us, and that He will be with us to the end of the age!
    Thanks so much for visiting and commenting on Saved by Grace. Your blog is a blessing and I am now following it, and I invite you to join Saved by Grace:
    http://savedbygracebiblestudy.blogspot.com/
    Love in Him,
    Laurie Collett

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  34. Hi Patsy:

    Your art work is lovelyl. Isn't it comforting to know that we have One who will be with us always?

    Blessings,
    Joan

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I am so glad you dropped by! You are a blessing!
:^) Patsy