Wednesday, 14 January 2015

WOYWW 293# What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday.

Welcome to all my new followers, hope you enjoy the journey.

Hi Workdesk friends.
Back again for another Wednesday.


Angela here to show you:
"What's on my Workdesk this Wednesday".

If you don't know what this is all about then please visit the
Stamping Ground and our dear host Julia will explain and all will be revealed.

So here is my desk this week.





Today I have some of the tests I've been doing with the Tyvek.

First I painted it.

 
And then placed it over a rubber stamp, covered it with baking parchment and ironed it.

 
 
And this is the result so far.
 
 
I have done this before but I am always surprised how clear the pattern is.
Hope you like it too.


 I am definitely going to use this as part of the decoration for my journal cover.

But for now....I'm off to see what everyone else have been doing.

Hope you will visit them too.

Thanks for visiting and have a great week.

Happy WOYWW
Angela x

27 comments:

  1. This is just wonderful looking love how the texture looks :) hugs Nikki No # yet

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  2. I would never have thought of placing Tyvek over a stamp and then ironing it!WOW!What a great technique, and that texture!!
    Judyt x

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  3. Hi Angela, what a fab technique, loving what you have done, the textures! hugs Carole Z X

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  4. Does the stamp melt with the ironing? What a great technique, thank you for sharing.
    Bridget #1

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  5. Ohhh! That's so pretty and very interesting!!! Well done, you!

    Happy Crafting!
    Jeannie #17

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  6. Another inspiring post, Angela!! I have done this with Angelina fibre, but never thought of doing it with Tyvek. You could almost use this as a stencil! I simply must try this.

    Having some stress at home at the moment with Mum, and I've got a colonoscopy on Monday, and my creative mojo has flown out the window, I'm afraid - not for long, I hope. Hence my not taking part in WOYWW for a couple of weeks. I shall try and visit a few people, though. Have a great week.

    Shoshi

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  7. Wow, Angela, that is pretty cool! I didn't know you could do that! Great results and a whole new world of creative opportunities! Happy WOYWW! zsuzsa @ InkyDinkyDoodle #47

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  8. Hi Angela! You iron your rubber stamps??? How do they not melt?? This looks amazing but apparently I get confused easily! ha! hugs :)

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  9. That is a pretty cool technique with the tyvek! I will have to give it a try..I am surprised at how well the patterns are showing after the ironing. Happy WOYWW Shel#56

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  10. What a fantastic idea - I shall have to give this a go, although I have Lutrador rather than Tyvek - I should imagine it would be much the same. Thanks so much for sharing. Hope you have a great week,
    Diana #41

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  11. This looks fantastic, Angela. I've heard of Tyvek but never used it, might have to give it a try.
    Have a good week.
    Hugs Lisax #38

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  12. I am ALWAYS looking for new ways to work with Tyvek, so this made my heart go pitter patter. What type of paint did you use, because I can't seem to get any to stick? It all flakes away when dry. Happy WOYWW from #2.

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  13. These look absolutely stunning. Can't wait to see how wonderful your art journal is going to turn out.
    sandra de @25

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  14. What great results! I assume the iron doesn't affect the stamps, as you've got such good results. Looking forward to seeing the journal cover. Helen #5

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  15. This is really amazing, love the texture!

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  16. Inspiring technique , I'll pop by again soon to see what else you've been up to. 78

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  17. Oh I do love the outcome, it is amazing how the pattern stays so true - what a wonderful technique! Hugs, Anne xx

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  18. Had to Google Teyvk as had no idea what it was ... but guess it must have a lot lower melt temperature than red rubber. Wouldn't work on clear stamps. Great effect well done. Thanks for popping over. Shaz in Oz.x #44

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  19. Love tyvek, and love playing with it. Great results with the iron - in some ways cannot wait to get home to play with mine again.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs, Neet 3 xx

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  20. Sorry for the late visit. Ooh I have stamp envy. What lovely stamps. I would love to know who they are by. I have worked with tyvek before but never tried this technique. Thanks for stopping by and for your lovely comment.

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  21. Loving the texture. Never heard of Tyvek.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

    Happy WOYWW
    Sue #45

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  22. Well hey Angela, that worked brilliantly...love that the Tyvek i holds the pattern so well.

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  23. Brilliant, love playing with Tyvek, its taken the stamp so well too.

    Kyla #23

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  24. Hi Angela hey you are a TFO today ... 2 for 1 I have called in from Diana taylor who posted your tyvek post and you are WOYWW as well. love the look of the tyvek and I'm going to try it in a moment ... it look s amazing
    janet #19

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  25. oo poop I didn't have tyvek must have used it only had decovil will this work the same and also please what did you paint it with.
    janet again #19

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  26. Don't know how I missed this, especially as you prewarned me!!! Fabulous results with the Tyvek, definitely inspired to have a go....thanks Angela. Ruth x

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  27. I've just popped over from Velvet Moth after seeing her tyvek results. Well done Angela it's a great technique. I can see lots of blog friends here to.

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