Tuesday, October 11, 2011

WOYWW 123

Hello to "What's on your worktable - Wednesday" that has been going on for more than two years now thanks to the Queen of Snoops, Julia of Stamping Ground.


I'm currently in the Halloween spirit making Halloween cards and starting to decorate the house with Kaefer. She is trying out several of my Halloween fabrics to find inspiration what she wants to be for that fun holiday. We'll be having a Halloween party on the Saturday before since the holiday itself is on a Monday - very inconvenient! Kaefer is also sewing Halloween costumes for her dolls.

These are the cards I made and they are now in my Etsy shop, waiting for buyers.


Geeda is hiding behind one of the cat-lanterns,


watching Kaefer wrapping herself in the Halloween fabric.


She put the purple fabric over a shimmering red one - quite fancy.

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25 comments:

sandra de said...

Lovely spooky cards for October and very cute kitty. Halloween is not a big thing in OZ we do get a few children asking for lollies but I don't think they have any idea why!!

Neet said...

What a lovely post and what lovely pictures. The cards are great, love Geeda - what unusual markings - and Kaefer is doing a splendid job with that gorgeous material.
Thanks for sharing with us this week. Hugs, Neet #8

Rumtruffle said...

Super cards and a fabulously interesting desk, wishing you a lovely week ahead.
Rum x

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Love your cards and your daughter has a great sense of color. Happy WOYWW from #11.

jude said...

Absolutely love Halloween we just got our bits out as each year i decorate my front window with a scene.Just got bag out last night to see how i can add to it!
Your daughter looks fab in the purple and red!Have fun week
hugs judex28

Helen said...

Love your desk today, the harlequin paper is great on the frame. Thanks for your kind words, today.

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Those cards are very elegant - so different from the usual cartoon pumpkin type Halloween cards!! Your daughter is elegant too, she 's obviously inherited your creative genes :) Hugs, LLJ xx

Marjo said...

Great cards,Thanks for the peek and sharing xoxo Marjo #40 or so..

Neil said...

Hi there. Just a quick peek around the door this week as time is definitely not on my side! I did want to visit though. Those halloween cards look great!

Julia Dunnit said...

Great cards Carola, do love the harlequin pattern. Your desk is a riot of colour and energy, I love the look of it. And how like an uninhibited girly to pair two clashing colours together and make it look great!

Chantal said...

My table is empty

CRAFTY WOMBLE said...

You have one of a few pictures at the top of your blog that always makes me sigh and smile :) We are having Halloween party to, probably on the Saturday. It will be a first (but then we Brits are lousy at celebrating All Hallows Eve)

Angie said...

Fantastic cards ....gorgeous feline ....beautiful daughter.

Morti said...

Lovely cards Carola!

WTG Kaefer - gorgeous fabrics...

see you there! said...

Your desk is looking quite festive indeed! Great cards.

Darla

Sunshine Girl said...

Lovely busy desk there - love the cards. I have bought some Alexander Henry Ghouls material but havent thought what I can make with it yet - better get my skates on....

JoZart said...

Great pics and your desk looks like an advert for Graphic45!!
Love JoZarty x
Not forgotten our swap but it has been manic this week! x

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Tolle Halloweenkarten hast du gestaltet, gefallen mir sehr gut. Und das Katzenfoto ist ja wohl der Hit, sie hat ein so interessantes Gesicht. Das Halloweentuch deiner Tochter sieht klasse aus.

butlersabroad said...

Love the cards, beautifully done. Love the kitty too, what gorgeous eye colour! And your daughter looks so happy and content with the fabrics, she has a great eye for colour too.

Hugs
Brenda 88

Hands to Work, Hearts to God said...

Cute cards and your daughter is beautiful! Love it when they experiment! Patsy from
HeARTworks

Sam said...

Boo! A very Halloweeny theme on your desk today and I am loving all of it!!

Franka Benjaminsen said...

Love these Halloween cards on your desk. I love this period of the year with all these explosive colours.
The backgrounds on my blog I've made by stamping with plastic bags and Distress Ink (3 colours +Stazon) After that I sponge the background with 2 colours to blend all the patterns together. The last part is stamping with Stazon. Hope you enjoy this experiment as much as I did.
xFranka

Marcie said...

Love the spirit of Halloween you've captured in your wonderful cards!! FUN!!!

Sarah said...

Such a great post full of colour and fun...love your cards - very classy and authentic and your girl is lovely! Looks so warm there!!!
I'm a bit late...but thanks for sharing. Sarah at 10

lisa said...

Sounds like you are going to be having lots of Spooky fun, those cards are just gorgeous.
Hugs Lisax