Wednesday, 18 November 2015

WOYWW 337

Morning dear WOYWW friends. I hope you are keeping well this Wednesday morning. It's certainly been a wild week of weather here in Yorkshire, but today, although windy seems a little drier thank goodness.

Here's my desk yesterday afternoon. It was only about 2.30pm but I needed to have the light on it was such a dismal day.



I'm starting to make some Christmas presents, well it has to be done doesn't it?!! I made some coasters a while a go as a DT sample and had so many comments about them I decided to make them as presents so I'm just starting to cover some coasters I bought recently ready for painting.

This is what they should look like once finished.



Now back to the wild weather. We live not far from the River Wharfe which is usually very pretty but this is what it looked like on Sunday morning.



 
I had walked down the path that normally runs along that fence in the top photo the day before, but would need a snorkel on Sunday. Thankfully, it's all back to normal now although DD got a day off school on Monday as the road to the school was still flooded on Sunday night.

I hope where ever you are you are safe and sound and if you want to share your desk with us then pop over to see the lovely Julia, HERE.

Enjoy your Wednesday and Happy Crafting!

15 comments:

scrappystickyinkymess said...

Lovely samples! I admire anyone who can paint like that - mine would look far too blob-like, I'm sure :)

not late, for a change!
Happy WOYWW!
Mary Anne (2)

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Those coaster really are lovely, thell make great Christmas prezzies! And wow, that's a lot of water...you really must have a year's worth of rain there in a short space of time :-/
I'm showing the gorgeous cushion you sent me on my blog today!! I love it :-)
Hugs, LLJ 7 xx

Annie said...

Hi Lisa. Your photos really do show nature at it's most powerful...scary isn't it? Please stay safe. I love the coasters and cant wait to see yours when you've finished them.
Hugs,
Annie x # 6

AliWade said...

Happy WOYWW. Those coasters are gorgeous - they look so professional. Thankfully, no flooding here - but I have not seen the news yet to see how the coast (which is about 4 miles from us) fared. I want spring to come already. Ali x #36

butterfliecrafter said...

those coasters are divine. wow, that much water in one day, that's impressive. Vicky(#20)

glendabrooks.blogspot.com said...

Beautiful coasters! And oh boy just look at all that water! We have high winds and rain today! Glenda #28

Sofie Vandersmissen said...

I love the Christmas presents you are making! I hope you are okay!

Greetings, Sofie #17
http://sofies-succulent-beads.blogspot.be

Sandy Leigh said...

Love your Christmas workshop! The coasters are such a great idea and I love those. I was thinking of knitting some coasters or mug rugs. Your desk is so busy and happy. Thanks for your sweet visit. Hugs! Sandy Leigh #42

sue jones said...

I love those hearts. Really pretty. Thanks for the earlier visit today ( I am SO late getting round today!) Have a great week. Soojay xx

Kathleen said...

Fabulous coaster, lovely images and love the subtle colours.
To be honest if I joined in the WOYWDW I wouldn't dare show mine today.

Enjoy the rest of your week

Kath x

Angela Radford said...

Oh Lisa, the weather has really been awful in some parts and we have been so lucky here so far. Love the coasters great idea for a gift. Thanks for the visit to mine , have a great woyww and happy crafting, Angela x 26

Nikki C said...

Those are some pretty coasters your making there whomever you are making them for us sure to love em hugs Nikki 5

Julia Dunnit said...

We've not experienced the rainfall in such quantity..yesterday was bright and cheery most of the day, but today is wet and dreary, so I guess its moved south on its journey. Its the lack of decent like that I hate most! Love the coasters, they will make fab gifts.

Ginny Maxam said...

Beautiful coasters, I am sure someone will be happy with them!! So sorry about the flooding, it is unreal how fast water damages! you can put a fire out, you can't stop a flood - been through both! Hope you are all okay! Thanks for sharing!!Have a great week, Ginny # 12

sandra de said...

Wow those coasters are looking a treat. Can't believe your flood photos ... amazing what can happen in a 24 hour period. Will try to woyww next week. Stay safe.
sandra de