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July 07, 2010

WOYWW flyby post

Phew, was late home last night then overslept this morning, so just snapped a quick pic on my mobile phone and have now uploaded it at work and am making a quick post just before 9am so I'm not officially meant to be working yet!
Not the greatest pic in the world I'm afraid.  Usual "pushed back" mess.. a glimpse of my wonderful easel from the lovely Julia Dunnit who co-ordinates the WOYWW weekly event holding some offcuts of background loveliness made at the Artsy Craftsy weekend which I will find a use for on another project.  The corrugated cardboard has had a quick Titan Buff acrylic glaze (using the golden acrylic glaze you can see mixed in with some Titan Buff paint) then been sprayed with some cosmic shimmer mist and been inked around the edges with brown chalk inks and then some Wild Honey DI through a stencil which didn't come out how I expected but I like the effect all the same (which cannot really be seen in this crappy pic).  Anyway, these are intended as backgrounds for a project I am planning (I say "planning", it's more just making it up as I go along really, but I have a vague idea where I am going, so in my world that is hard core planning).
Anyways, I am now officially meant to be working, so I had best do some :(
Have a great Wednesday everyone, and I will visit later x

20 comments:

Helen said...

Great push back here, Kay - and yes, I'm meant to be working too, so better get off blogger!

Sue said...

Hi Kay
can't wait to see what the project is with the corrugated card, have good day, sue,x

Mummylade said...

wow, looking forward to see where you'll go with this

Sarah Anderson said...

great working desk, love it when I see people who work like me :)

Yours Artfully said...

Can't wait to see what you create with the corrugated card.....I'm a bit addicted to that stuff at the moment too.

Lin

Darcy said...

haha I like your version of hard core planning, the only problem I have with winging it is that I keep changing my mind part way through.

Spyder said...

Love corrugated card, but I can never get what I'm making, to look like what I have in my head, if you get what I mean

(Lyn)

Wipso said...

Look forward to seeing what you do with the card.
A x

Claireliz said...

ooh that looks interesting... what are you making ?:)
C
xx

butlersabroad said...

Interesting cardboard, will hopefully get to see what you made next week??

Hugs
Brenda

Doone said...

where do you get your golden fluid acrylics from? that's a monster tub...

dx

Tracy Evans said...

Love the corrugated card and can't wait to see what you create using it. Thanks for the snoop, Tracy Evans x

minnie_mac said...

Like the look of that card, so am looking forward to seeing the finished project.

I've saved some from a box with a view to painting and spraying it and using it as a background for a collage or journalling.

Marilyn

peggy aplSEEDS said...

i know what you mean by pushed back!

Andrea - Wales, UK said...

Can't wait to see the finished project with the card board.

xx

Cardarian said...

The messy desk is fine as the snoop is really good! Ha, ha...can't wait to see what that project will be like!
Hugs,
Cardarian

Sunshine Girl said...

Oooh cant wait to see what you do with the card! ps I plan like you do too!

Julia Dunnit said...

Hard core planning Kay - laughed at that - what's your secret?!!
Am fascinated by the corrugated project, keep showing and telling, woncha!
Love your SUnday stamper's entry btw, just yum.

craftimamma said...

Look forward to seeing what you make with that beautifully treated corrugated cardboard. I saved a load from the packaging my craftroom chair came in but now have to think of something to do with it, Lol! Love your desk!

Lesley Xx

Liverpool Lou (Anne) said...

Most of us do the push back thing at times - though with some of us it's nearly all the time hehe Love the look of the cardboard :-)
Anne xx