Wednesday, 15 February 2012

What Is On Your Work Desk Wednesday (WOYWW) - Sardine Tin!

YAY! Wednesday is here again! Welcome WOYWW hoppers, nice to see you all!

Ok so I spy on my suprisingly tidy desk...A Sardine Tin, some wire, some Washi tape:


Any regular viewers to my blog will know I'm a bit of a sardine tin altering nerd. This one is going to be for Julie Kirk's A Month Of Sunrays.

Tune in later to see how it turns out.

Meanwhile back to Wednesday - go check out Julia Dunnit for more WOYWW fun!

Sardine you later!

Kim

[EDIT: p.s. I get the Washi Tape from Washi Tapes]

51 comments:

  1. Oooh, cant wait to see what you do with this fishy issue ... ha ha ha
    Hugs
    Desire

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  2. How excited, can't wait. What's on mine.... That show now on my blog ;))) waiting to wrap ;)) have a great wednesday

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  3. Ooooh washi tape I need to up my collection of two lol
    Cant wait to see what you create :)

    Ger WOYWW #25

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  4. Ha ha! Great creations are afoot. Will be back to see what you make - mm ... sardine tins - where's that cat?
    You still have time to sign up for my blog candy - it ends tonight - Hugs, Neet 29 xx

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  5. wouldn't mind trying to alter a sardine can but that would mean having to eat them to get the can! I am not a fish person needless to say. Hope you have a great week and thanks for sharing. Don't forget my blog candy is still up for grabs so drop by and leave a comment and make sure you are a follower. Vickie #64

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  6. But do you eat the sardines? I think a true altered tin nerd would eat the sardines but, I am open to being corrected. Looking forward to seeing the alteration.

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  7. Oh Kim! I'm in a quandary! I'd love to alter sardine tins - they look soooooo cool but I can't bear fish, the taste smell etc. Properly can't bear them. So if I got a third party to buy, eat and clean the tin does it still smell? Will I pong of sardines? Yours, in some anguish.... x

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  8. Oooh I'm intrigued, can't wait to see what you do with that tin! Take care & enjoy this week's WOYWW. Zo xx 85

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  9. I love sardine tins, they make great little shrines. Have you used the salmon tins, same shape but a bit bigger. love the washi tape.

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  10. HAHA, cannot wait what's coming later today!!!!

    Hugs, Irene

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  11. Can't wait, Have Fun, Hugs May x x x

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  12. I thought of you when I found myself rinsing out a sardine tin to keep and alter "one day" just the other weekend.. And yes, it was rusting powder, I am now a member of the rustyarttart gang (just not used it yet!!)

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  13. Have altered Altoid tins before (and the tiny ones) but never a sardine tin. Hope you washed it out well ha ha. Can't wait to see the results.
    Ann b
    #57

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  14. can't wait to see what you do with this one! Had a good visit to your desk. Have a great day!

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  15. Can't wait to see what you do with the tin!! I amsure it will be good....hope it is washed well, that's what would stop me...not big into fish.maybe someone could save me there washed tins?!! Have a great week hugs trace x 51

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  16. Sorry I haven't been in for ages, bad start to the year and not much blogging done! Now, while reading one your posts from waaaaay back I saved a tin with a slide cover lid 'Dijene Fruit Flavour Tablets' (for the relief of dyspepsia) (Someone had saved pins in it!! Anyway, I STILL haven't bought myself any of TH magic things to change it, but when ever I notice it sitting on my window sill I think of your altered sardine tins!! Have a very Crafty Week,
    Happy WOyWw

    (Lyn) #15

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  17. love to see your creative desk!
    Happy Wednesday :-)
    Hugs Marleen #45

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  18. "A Sardine tin altering nerd"!!! That's something you don't hear every day lol! Have fun with your tin!

    Hugs
    Brenda 6

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  19. Fishy Subject hey!
    looking forward to seeing it .
    have a good week
    I havent posted this week x

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  20. Now that's a real tempter... I'll be back!
    joZarty x

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  21. The problem I find with sardine tins is that they once held sardines - I'm not a fan! But I'm sure you'll make this that you would never know there were sardines near it!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog!
    Sheena
    xxx

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  22. i know because my psalm (spell corrected spam) tin tried to mate with your sardine tin,

    I shall of course return...

    dxx

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  23. I can't wait to see what you do with the sardine tin!

    Happy WOYWW!
    Katie #21

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  24. Kim, that looks an interesting project! Can't wait to see what you do with it. Thanks for hopping over Chez Shosh this week, and glad you enjoyed the peek at my butterflies! Happy WOYWW, Shoshi #35

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  25. I really hope you didnt have to eat the sardines - ughhhh but the tin looks interesting. Happy crafting XX Sharne ( fresh as a daisy)

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  26. ahhh, kim the sardine tin returns, look forward to seeing what you do with it, Great workspace, Happy WOYWW 141, thank you for sharing,# 52

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  27. Can't wait to see what you do with that tin!!!! And as for the washi tape.....tis my latest addiction too...after fabric that is!!!

    Lin

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  28. I wait with baited breath to see what you do with the sardine tin!! LOL. I'm intrigued :)
    Thanks for stopping by my blog!
    Hugs, LLJ ~72 xx

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  29. Will be interested to see what becomes of the sardine tin (Hazel, WOYW #138) x

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  30. Hi Kim. Nice little selection of tissue tapes, so I'm interested to see what you've planned for the sardine tin. Thanks for visiting.
    Ros. (71)

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  31. Kim do you fancy hoping over to Northern Ireland and making my desk clean and tidy?!! Its a complete mess. We had to go to Ikea yesterday to buy more shelves and storage just so Im about to find my desk! I know its in the room somewhere! Lee xx

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  32. LOL, I think you are the first to use the phrase "sardine tin altering nerd", lol Would love to see one of them completed, maybe next Wed. you can share one? Thanks for letting me take a peek at your desk, waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

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  33. These are interesting ingredients for a perfect craft project. Can't wait to see the finishing results. Thanks for visiting me and hope you have a crafty week. Bye, Franka

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  34. Mmm dont think I have visited you before, I am intruiged to see what you are going to do with the tin. will pop back late to see. Oh i will follow you so I dont forget
    janet #60

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  35. Loved seeing your supplies pulled and ready to go! Can't wait to see it finished! Dani28

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  36. love the ingredients can't wait to see how the dish turns out! does your family like sardines by any chance?
    happy WOYWW Debxx

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  37. Ah... a sardine tin, who'd have thunk? Well, now you spiked my curiosity what with the wire thrown into the mix.

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  38. Oh, sardine tin project! I tried that once, not quite finished though. Love to see what you do with it!

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  39. Will drop by to see the creation ...love the card on Tuesday.

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  40. Kim, this sounds like MY kind of project. Gotta love the materials and hope to see the finished project. Happy WOYWW from #3.

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  41. Me thinks this new project sounds pretty fishy! Love your heart card in the post below. So fun!!!!

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  42. Oh Kim....I would be very challenged on the sardine front...but I bet your projects are wonderful!

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  43. Love all the washi tape. Can't wait to see the altered tin.

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  44. Hi Kim, nice to see you again ;)))) on DIOL ,
    Byeeeeeee, greetz from Janine

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  45. Well, this will be a fun one to follow...I can't imagine what to do with a sardine tin but i bet it will be a knockout!

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  46. Amazing card below Kim and I will love to see your transformed tin! x Jo

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  47. hmmmmm love a surprise...... I'll be back...

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  48. Well that's the first time I've seen a sardine tin on woyww :) Like what you did with it (in your next post)

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  49. Happy belated WOYWW - thank you for visiting mine too :) Mmmmm - a sardine tin? Will have to go take a look at the Month of Sunrays.

    Celestial Things

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  50. A tidy, but crafty desk :D. Looking forward to seeing what you do with the sardine tin! Thanks for the washi tape link :D #27

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  51. Curiouser and curiouser - will have to check back on this another time!

    Love the little clock at the back of the photo - tres sweet.

    Thanks for stopping by...

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