Fantastic play day
Yesterday I went to Margaret (Glitterandglue) for a play day, we had a wonderful time, getting very messy, and I'm sorry this post is rather picture heavy.
First we did some playing with shaving foam and and alcohol inks and acrylic paints, made lots of backgrounds, but at the end, neither of us was very excited, I can't see either of us repeating the exercise any time soon.
Here are all our creations drying on her bedroom floor, on wax paper,
and here are mine on my work surface. I will probably only use two or three of these efforts.
Then we had a go on my homemade Gelli plate, I've had it for about three years and never used it before, again, not really enamored and probably won't ever use it again. Don't think the end result was worth the effort, I might use the blue one but not the other one.
Next we played with Margaret's Brushos and made a fabulous mess, that's when my hands got so mucky, we had a wonderful time, and I am seriously thinking of buying some of those.
They are fabulous to use, here are the results of that play and I will probably use all of these creations in some way or other.
So, now as this blog heading is What's on my worktop Wednesday, kindly hosted by the fabulous Julia, and we are supposed to be baring our worktops at the Stamping Ground, I'd better show you my worktop.
Well it is time I finished this or you, dear kind visitor, will never get to read it.
Thank you for dropping by and wading through my drivel, and if you make a comment I will certainly return the favour.