Wednesday, 19 March 2014

WOYWW ????

Hello my Lovelies, its Wed. time for all of of deskers to show what we are doing, thanks to our hostess with the mostest Miss Julia
Grab a cuppa and enjoy snooping around the world.
This is whats on mine..



These gorgeous feather were a gift from my Friend Tonniece aren't they fabulous, she also fussy cut out these 4 gorgeous Ladies in teacups I got from my sweet Magpie Cuz Julie Ann in England..


I have lots to show so I'll keep it short and sweet, I went  a little crazy with bleach and my stamps, I had a few pages I had made but were to dark, you can use just plain colored card stock too, maybe you can try it and have some fun, I know I did and loved how they turned out

This is the start of a master board..






This is the second master board, you can see below, where I put the beach in a lid with a paper towel and stamped away....


Thanks for stopping by, hope you will give this bleaching a try...
It's  going to be a lovely rainy day, so I'm staying home and have all day to snoop at the awesome artist desks, yippee, have a wonderful day.

                                  NAMASTE!!!

16 comments:

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Yummy backgrounds Dianne and such a wonderful array if colours. Love those birds. Tracy x

Cathy L. Calamas said...

Beautiful papers. YOu had much better luck with bleach than when I tried it. May have to give it a go again. :)
Here from WOYWDW #68.
Cathy

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Wow! I didn't know you could craft with bleach - it's amazing. I love the effect it gives. My favourite is the script in the first bleachy shot. That is soooo fab!
And hey, if you made your own clothes, then it should be me taking my hat off to you and not the other way around! I don't think I'm patient or meticulous enough. I hardly use patterns, do everything by eye and make most of my stuff up. That's why I failed miserably at sewing when I was at school, lol!!
Hugs, LLJ 39 xx

peggy lin said...

How pretty project on your desk Happy WOYWW hugs

Peggy xx #12

Darnell J Knauss said...

What inspiration is here today, Dianne!! I have had a folder on using bleach in my cabinet for over a decade and have never tried it. You achieved some stunning results! I think I'm going to bookmark this and pull that folder out so it goes to the top of the The Things/Techniques To Try pile. Note that makes a nice TTTTT sound, lol!! It makes a sound like a birdie, a woodpecker maybe?!! Have a great day! [Sadly, I'm not WOYWWING :(.] Hugs, Darnell

pearshapedcrafting said...

Love the bleach technique - haven't tried it for a while but will again now! Just love all your colourful master boards! Now, what will you make with them? I'm going missing for a while - see you soon lovely lady! Chris93

Anonymous said...

amazing what you created sheila

Diane said...

Beautiful papers and techniques.

Hugs Diane

glendabrooks.blogspot.com said...

Always glad to see what you have going on! It's been awhile since I used bleach on anything...usually just get it on me. Well done girl!
Glenda #54

lynnesbowsandbelles said...

Those papers are divine!
I am also in love with those feathers and the ladies perched in those teacups.
Wishes
Lynne

Robyn Oliver said...

Hi Dianne, just desk snooping oh and you have been busy with the bleach and it looks amazing...need a note book to keep track of the techniques everyone is sharing this week. Love the pages Cheers RobynO#38

Daniella said...

I have played with bleach too! I made a bleach art journal a while back. So fun!
Love your master boards! Keep having fun!
xxDaniella#9

Eliza said...

Thanks for visiting me and leaving a comment. I love your bleached pages they are such fun to do and never the same, so simple to make but effective too. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful week.

Hugs Eliza & Yoda 14
Happy WOYWW

Anita Houston said...

What a FABULOUS technique! I need to try it! Love your pressies too!

trisha too said...

OOOhhhh, I really like the one with the words!!

Mrs.D said...

Hi, have just tried this, much fun, and results very varied. Thank you for highlighting the idea. will post some of my efforts next Wednesday.
Chris #63