Wednesday, March 7, 2012

WOYWW144 - (with a sneak peek of a new stamp)

I haven't participated on WOYWW before, but recently, after a year of stashing all my crafty stuff in various locations throughout the house, I actually set up a work space for me, so I thought I would christen it by joining in.  It only LOOKS organized because I've only had this desk to work on for a few days now.


There is the makings of a card..but there's some eyelets back there...and homemade mists (they're pretty settled at the moment)....hmmm...could  be interesting!?


The stamp is a new one that will be part of this week's release.  I tend to use the colored versions of my own stamps - mostly because I get lazy and don't want to color them again when I have a color one!  I was watching my Warehouse 13 dvds while making it - you don't suppose that influenced what I was making, do you?


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    1. Welcome to WOYWW, you will love it, but be warned it is very addictive! Love your creative space and your card that I see on your desk is gorgeous :)

      Have a fab WOYWW and a great week, Luv Karen xx

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    2. Don't think I can cope with all this tidiness....need some help messin' it up?
      But, that stamp looks very exciting!!

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    3. Welcome to WOYWW, you will love it. Gorgeous stamps
      Bridget #57

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    4. How do you make your mists? Looks interesting! as always, waving from the beautiful hills of North Carolina :)

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      1. I use metallic acrylic paints (I have several different brands) and water. I fill mister about 3/4 full of water and add a good squeeze of paint - probably about a tablespoon. Leave some space at the top of the mister, because if the sprayer streams or clogs you'll need to add more water to thin it down. Then just shake it well and mist on the papers. FolkArt also has a line called "Extreme Glitter" that I use as well.

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    5. Hi Sara,

      Welcome to WOYWW! I was wondering what was in the mister bottles. I see your answer to Sandee on how you make them - thanks. I have a few metallic acrylic paints so may give this a try real soon.

      Happy WOYWW
      Hugs,
      Kay
      #30

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    6. Hi, I had to laugh at your comment about your clean space. I think I am the most messy of crafters. Seems I'm always messing and cleaning. Welcome to WOYWW...you'll love it here, a great place to share our mess and then the fabulous creations that rise from them. Can't wait to see your finished card....See you again soon!

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    7. Very nice work space! Tidy indeed! Can't wait to see what you do with the homemade mists. Very interesting. Sayin' howdy from Texas!

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    8. Welcome & it's nice to see such a tidy workspace - let's just see how it's looking next week, shall we? :) As I browsed your site, looks like lots of creativity goes on here!

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    9. A warm welcome to WOYWW, lovely new desk woo-hoo! we will see if its still the same next week, you have a lovely blog so I have joined as a follower, Happy WOYWW, Hugs May x x x x

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    10. I have some filled misters but I think they may have gone off! Love warehouse 13, so yes I think it probably did! Great snoop~Have a great crafty week. Happy WOYWW!
      ((Lyn)) #26

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    11. Wow your mists look amazing! Take care & enjoy this week's WOYWW, it's now Friday & I'm still snooping! Zo xx 60

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    12. Those home made misters are fab...Might give this a try!

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