Wednesday, 14 November 2018

WOYWW 493 - not a lot

Oops, here we are at Wednesday and I've done nothing more to my Christmas cards and have nothing to show.  Show?  for WOYWW - desk sharing fun hosted by the lovely Julia at the Stamping-Ground
Apart from some shopping from when I went to the Imperial War Museum last Saturday -

a beautiful poppy scarf, a postcard of the poppy display there, and a leather bound hand-made notebook.

the bag they put it in was quite interesting too.

the photo is a bit bright as I used the flash, and the leather is a little darker than it seems.

it's a dinky little thing!!

 I shared lots of photos from Saturday on t'other blog - here if you want to see all of them (including some other places I visited too)

but here are a few of my favourites

they look so beautiful


glitterandglue said...

Morning Helen. Not much going on with my desk either - but lovely to see your poppy photos.
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #3

Sarah Brennan said...

Morning Helen. Funnily enough, I am wearing the poppy scarf that I bought when visiting the poppies in my home town. They look fabulous at their final installation. If that handmade journal is anything like mine, one coat of clear gesso on the hand made paper and the pages will take plenty of paint and ink. Happy WOYWW. Sarah #4

Neet said...

Your poppy pics rather steal the show for me. Hope to have time to visit your other blog and play catch up now I am feeling a lot better - at last.
Hugs, Neet 11 xx

AliWade said...

Happy WOYWW. Glorious poppy photos - and I love that little notebook (bet it smells nice?!). Ali x #12

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

Morning Helen, it seems to be the week for not much going on's..
The Poppies are incredible, time seems to stand still for me every time I see them. Your take home treasures are lovely, you'll always remember when you brought that handmade diary.
Happy woyww Tracey #10 xx

brenda said...

Super photos Helen, those Poppies are amazing, we took our youngest son to that museum a fe years back and thoroughly enjoyed the trip.

B x

Felix the Crafty Cat said...

Hi Helen, I love the poppy displays they are getting more and more artistic. Loving the collection you brought home, great finds. The one thing I don't like about this time of the year is the difficulty in getting a good photo. Happy woyww, Angela x16x

Fiona@Staring at the Sea said...

My kitchen table is full of all sorts this morning. Luckily I took photos on Sunday! Those poppies are beautiful.

Annie said...

I'm sorry to say it's a copied and pasted comment today to let you know I've visited you and read your blog. My ipad isn't playing nicely and wont let me comment on many of the blogs and I am unable to sit for long sessions at the lap top with my painful hip.
Annie x #15

Lunch Lady Jan said...

What lovely things you bought at the museum and I always appreciate a good carrier bag too! The poppies tumbling down are amazing, there have been some astonishing displays for the centenary.
Hugs LLJ 6 xxx

Marit said...

I love the photos of those poppies... and does that leather journal smell like I think it does?? Oh, the smell of a new, leather book!!! Happy woyww, enjoy your day. Big hug from Holland. Marit #20

shazsilverwolf said...

Hi Helen, what an amazing installation. Loving the goodies you came home with, all beautiful. Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #9 X

MaggieC (Silvercrafter) said...

Morning Helen. Thank you for your visit earlier and lovely comments. It certainly was a fun workshop with friends. I love seeing all your photos and those poppies are just stunning. Have a great week. xxx Maggie #8

Stacy Sheldon said...

HI Helen, OOh I love they way they did their poppies display that is beautiful :) ~Stacy #25

Elizabeth said...

Hi Helen, lovely photos of the poppies at the IWM. Your keepsakes are lovely too - love the little notebook. The weather must have brightened up for you after all. Have a great week. Elizabeth x #23

Lindart said...

Isn't it funny how sometimes the bags are just as good (or even better!) than whats inside? The scarf looks beautiful, and that cute little journal looks like it will be fun! I love spewing poppy pics - awesome! Have a great week, Lindart #29

Heather Marshall said...

Hi Helen, happy WOYWW. Love the cute leather journal. The poppy photos are striking, if I lived closer I would love to see them. Thanks for stopping by earlier and have a lovely week Heather x #13

StampinCarol said...

Great pictures of the Museum, the poppy display is gorgeous! The scarf is beautiful and that is a small but cute notebook! Thanks for popping by!
Have a great week!
Carol N #22

Jan Ltc said...

Love to see all the poppies what a fab display! Happy WOYWW xx Jan (32)

Monica said...

What a fab display of poppies such a wonderful way to remember a horrible time. Have a great week and make some cards
Monica #24

ShazInOzCardsCalligraphy said...

Hi Helen, WOYWW rocks arodu poppies did poppy card for my Remembrance Day post... ye sthat scarf and leather book is great. I’ve a handmade one Julia mailed me... note self I must USE it an dnot just stroke it. It is in sight all the time. I do love it but weirdly don’t want to mess it up by writing in it!!!
Thanks for sharing your inspiration
Shaz in Oz.x. 7

{Calligraphy Cards - Shaz in Oz}

craftytrog said...

Lovely photos Helen, and your purchases look very interesting!
Have a good day.
Alison xx

Sue said...

Hi Helen, Love your buys from the War Museum. The photos are fab.

Both my grandads fought in WW1 and both came home, although my dad's dad was shot in the leg.

Off to check out your other blog.

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Sue #19

Kelly said...

Hi Helen. Thank you for the visit this week. Always a pleasure. And for the kind wishes for my sister. She's doing very well. Not having had chemo first is helping, I'm sure. I had to go look at the other post to see where your pictures were from and what was spilling from the window. What an incredible display! My mom always sold poppies for the VFW on Veteran's Day. Never missed a year from the time she began until the day she passed. Creative Blessings! Kelly #27

butterfly said...

What a perfect place for the poppies - they look splendid - and I'm glad to see you managed a decent haul, even though it's mostly not crafty stuff!
Alison x