Wednesday, 28 September 2011


 A creative WOYWW for me today!
Inspired by a scrapbook challenge site I decided I needed to paint my paper and this fabby chipboard, this is just the first coat, will add a second and then perhaps some crackle glaze (love that stuff)!
A time consuming process waiting for layers to dry!
I don't know how long this layout will take me as I haven't yet decided if it is to be a CAS layout or my usual fussy style, I am hoping for the former in which case it may be ready sooner rather than later!
Suppose I best check the challenge 'sell by' date!
Also on my desk today some Halloween goodies from Michaels that I need to have a tinker with for a Halloween party I have been persuaded to hold for my kiddiwinks!
looking forward to seeing whats on your workdesk this fine Wednesday, if you would like to share pop over to Julia's blog for details!


Jingle said...

OOOh! Fun Halloween goodies and that project looks fun!

Sarah said...

Can't wait to see the finished frames!! Love your blog, I'm now following! :)

Shoshi said...

Hi Deb, thanks for your comment on my blog. Do try the moulds and Friendly Plastic - the best fun I've had in ages. Love your painted chipboard. I know the feeling - waiting for paint to dry is as boring as watching it dry - unless it's crackle effect of course, which is awesome - you see the cracks forming before your eyes! I've just started using TH Crackle Accents so that's a new adventure for me! I left some drying last night so I shall have to see how it's getting on. Happy WOYWW.

Jane said...

Looking forward to seeing the finished layout.
We had a halloween party a couple of years ago...I loved it more than the kids I think!x

Susan Flynn said...

Your Halloween goodies look so darn cute I bet your kids will have a great time. Love to see what you do with those frames - they're gianormous!!

Lunch Lady Jan said...

That cat made me laugh - that slightly manic look! Have fun making up all the Halloween goodies :) xx

My name is Cindy said...

Great Halloween stash - love the cat!! I hate waiting for things to dry, I can't stop fiddling with(and then spoiling) things:0)

fairyrocks said...

Looks like a fun project. I always hit them with the heat gun :)
Keep smililng and creating

artangel said...

That frame is a gorgeous shape! I tend to speed up drying time with my hairdryer lol - I have no patience!

Your Hallowe'en goodies are fab too - enjoy the party!