I do hope you're all fine and dandy and that life is treating you gently.
If its Wednesday then it must be time to get our Nosey Pants on and blog hop like hoppy things around the crafty desks of the blogging universe to see what everyone is up to. This brilliant blog hop for nosey parkers like me is hosted by Lady Dunnit over at Stamping Ground
This is my desk this week.
|Said doily was duly distressed. Well actually it wasn't until I attacked it with some ink.|
|Then I cut out the middle as I figured it would look better scrunched up a little|
(and would fit my card blank better!)
|I stamped the cut out centre and wanted to heat emboss it but the doily was|
far too flimsy and became a potentially incendiary experiment!
- Very cheap doilys from the Emporium of Poundness do not take kindly to being heat blasted and crumple alarmingly quickly.
- If you intend to heat emboss an image its a good idea to let your distress inked cardstock dry completely first. Otherwise when you add your powder to your stamped image the powder is highly likely to stick to the entire piece of cardstock you are using. Sigh.