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Wednesday, 30 March 2016

WOYWW


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Hello Deskers!  Here was my desk at close of play yesterday...


I didn't intend to stop when I did but what I was glueing made it obvious that it needed weighting down and that moving it first was NOT an option!

I've had a small peek this morning and it seems it was relatively successful so look out for a layout coming soon!

I'm hoping a little parcel of Brusho will arrive today - I've only just discovered the stuff and boy am I in love!!  Any Brusho veterans with tips and tricks desking today?  Leave me your wisdomous techniques in the comments please!  Much appreciated!

Happy Desk-day to you all!


p.s.  Crafty Ribbons are having a design team call...

16 comments:

  1. Morning Laura. Great desk shot this morning! Love it. Brushos - great fun - the tip? Just play!!!
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #21

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  2. Gotta get me some brushos I feel very ;left out! Great desk shot. I used glue as the adhesive of choice on a whole LO at the last crop and wish I hadn't...it seems crispy and rigid. I'll switch back to using it for embellishments only! Funny how we're made!

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  3. Hi Laura, if when you get time, you search my blog for Brusho, you will find the couple of posts I did about them. Most important of all though, is DO NOT remove the lids! Just poke a few holes in,3 or 4 should be enough. The powder is so fine, I mean dust like fine, you will end up with an almighty mess if you take the lid off! I put in my posts all the things I tried, and my methods. Have a great week, Hugs, Shaz #7 xx

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  4. Yes I loved Brusho - used to use it in school with the children for all sorts of experiments! x Jo

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  5. Never mind Brusho, look at your wonderful stash of washi tape. Drool !!!
    Lynn 14

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  6. Brusho sounds like something I need to look up!!!!
    Have a great day.
    Diane - WOYWW #34

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  7. That made me laugh, you not daring to move whatever is under that large tome that is weighing your craftwork down!! I hope it's successful, anyway :-). I'm not a paper crafter but if I was, then I think I'd have Brushos....the chance to get seriously messy would be a mustπŸ˜ƒπŸ’–
    Hugs, LLJ 12 xxx

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  8. I've never used brushos so no advice here. Your desk looks interesting. Can't wait to see what you were weighing down!

    Happy WOYWW
    Sharon K #42

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  9. Hi Laura, Looking forward to seeing the LO.

    Hope your parcel arrived. Sue

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  10. Sorry, I haven't got Brushos so cant help you there.
    I smiled at the bookweight on you glue work. (and not revealing anything).
    Thanks for visiting already,
    Happy WOYWW and have a great week
    Lisca

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  11. I love it when a plan comes together. Hope your brusho arrives.
    April #36

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  12. Doesn't the tripod block your moving space while crafting? o brushos should have some more fun with mine too, going to check out Shazes blog for tips and tricks. happy WOYWW Vicky #8

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  13. You've certainly weighed it down well. Can we have a peek at the finished project? I love Brushos.I think the best tip I was given it less is more!!! A little bit goes a long way. I just put a pin hole in the sealed top and shake them onto damp card and let them do their magic. You can do it the other way too. Shake onto wet card and then spritz with water and watch them do their magic. The black is amazing, it separates into all sorts of colours. Have fun with them.
    Thanks for your visit
    Hugs Lisax #48

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  14. Fab photo! Hope you're parcel comes soon :o)
    Hugs
    Tracey #51
    xx

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  15. Ooh..I can't wait to see what's hiding underneath that weight! I love brushes too but I'm a novice so can't really share any tips. Enjoy! Elaine #19

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  16. Fab desk pic! Take care Zo xx 41

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