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Well, no desk today as I'm working on the floor... (partly because the desk is too messy!)

I've been getting inky and messy and salty!  I love the look that salt leaves on wet inks.

Next job find some use for lots of green papers...

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. I'm enjoying another twinnie fun day here so am just grabbing 5 mins to visit my fav blogs. I've used the same effect on silk and really love what salt does too 😃
    Annie x #26

  2. Those are so pretty!!! I'd almost hate to cut into them, lol! Have fun!

    Happy Crafting!
    Jeannie #17

  3. I love what salt does to silk paint on silk too - beautiful effect.

  4. Love that lime green background! A gloriously messy floor! Happy WOYWW! zsuzsa @ InkyDinkyDoodle #47

  5. Ooh lovely. And you will find a use for your green papers I'm sure. As you were moved to go with green for the creating I bet you'll carry on in a green 'phase'. And I love the blue rings too..cor, it's all fun at your place!

  6. Laura, I can imagine you in a pinny getting paint everywhere:)

    Thanks for dropping by my blog.

    Happy WOYWW
    Sue #45

  7. Nice "desk". I just love the paint spodges, you look like you are in a pretty happy place right now! x

  8. I love what you've created and the fact that it all came from mucking about makes it even better!! I'm sure that you'll have no problem at all using them creatively :-)
    Hugs, LLJ 29 xx

  9. That green really speeks to me and I like to work with salt also!
    Thanks for visiting earlier!
    Gabriele 32

  10. Fab colours and love the effects you are getting. My one attempt at book binding hasn't put me off but I certainly won't be rushing to do the next one. Have a lovely week.
    sandra de @25

  11. What great fun working on the floor. Thanks for stopping by and sorry for the late visit. Happy belated WOYWW!.

  12. I love your honesty LOL But the creativity going on the floor looks fabulous! Who needs a desk? Way more room on the floor hehe. Creative Blessings! Kelly #69


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