I haven't joined in with WOYWW for ages...however seeing all the posts go up and the fact that I started a LO last night so have a little bit of something to show :) I have my photos and papers ready - they are in the top left corner, then last night I had a good acrylic flick and paint session. I have discovered that even with careful paint flicking I can still cover myself quite well in little dots of paint - good job it is washable. My plan for this at the moment is to try and make a very boy LO (avoid flowers - which will be hard for me :)). As you can see tidyness is not one of my strengths there are all sorts of favourites on my desk still - like the string, and my button box. If you would like to join in with WOYWW then pop over here
Loving the paper looks fab...thanks for sharing Jo (51) xxxReplyDelete
Hi Sutty, I love that you're making your own background paper! That's what i like to do as I am super thrifty and don't like spending money on all the wonderful supplies available! Patsy fromReplyDelete
It's exciting watching you trying your had at more things ... this looks very interesting, I must say. Looking forward to seeing how your no flowers layout looks :)ReplyDelete
Loving the look of your background paper :)ReplyDelete
Have a great WOYWW,
This looks fab what a great idea! Enjoying the mooch hugs Rebekah xx 57ReplyDelete
Looks like fun. Thanks for the peek at your space.ReplyDelete
Love the paper, looks like you had fun! :)ReplyDelete
These are great and all yours - nothing like original papers!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing today, enjoy yourself...
Sasa at 12 (Sarah)
The paper looks great! I can cover not only myself but anything near in paint, and that's without flicking! :) Becky 116ReplyDelete
Good job on the flicking and the dotting - Happy WOYWW!
Ooh it's lovely can't wait to see if finished - thanks for heading over to mine earlier!ReplyDelete
Great papers, looks like lots of fun! Before I clicked they almost looked like they were covered in party streamers!ReplyDelete
I think you need to get yourself a cardboard box that you can 'flick & splatter' in. I have the lid of a box of photocopy paper that I use for spritzing bits of paper for my cards...saves a lot of mess.ReplyDelete
Making your own paper adds so much to a layout - even if it's only you that know's what was entailed in creating it!ReplyDelete
Rebecca (32) x
The craft industry has not been good at telling us how to make our own...until we've already stashed up to the ceiling Your paper is definitely on the road to boyness.ReplyDelete
Short & sweet this week
Shirl #38 again!
I agree, doesn't matter how careful you are with paint it always ends up on you somehow lolReplyDelete
StAy InKy..or in your case painty!
hUgS MiNxY x
Very nice paper. I like making my papers and do a lot of stamping cause I am not much into freehanding it. Thanks for sharing. Vickie #162ReplyDelete
Sounds messy, but looks great!ReplyDelete