Wednesday, 6 August 2014

WOYWW 270 # What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday.

A big welcome to all my new followers, hope you enjoy the journey.

Hi Workdesk friends.
Angela here to show you "what's on my work desk this Wednesday"(WOYWW) and if you visit Julia you will have access to desks throughout the world, so hope you will hop over to the Stamping Ground and all will be revealed.
The tea bags Blogging Friends, that were in one of the red drawers last week, well I decided to use them in my journal and this is how I started, especially for Sandra de.
It looks a bit grotty at the moment but "you have to break some eggs to make an omelette" Lol!
This is going to be the background for a page based on Alice In Wonderland.
Sorry the desk is a bit untidy again but lots going on at the moment.

 First spread the glue over the page and attached the empty teabags.
Next covered the teabags with Gesso and left to dry.

I wanted more texture so used my glue gun to develop lines.

This is were I am at the moment.
I have sponged on diluted Silks Acrylic Glaze and this one is called Yellow Rose.

I will be posting further instructions and the finished journal page during the week as I must not keep you too long, so..... off you go to check out what's going on at the other desks.
Go on off you go Lol!!
and thanks for stopping by.
Angela x


Krisha said...

Hi Angela, that is a very cool looking start in your journal. Love the yellow rose glaze.
No # yet, waiting on the Queen to post.

Laura said...

Love all the texture you have on the page
Happy Wednesday

Mrs.D said...

Angela, I did wonder when I first saw the teabags, but the page is loking really good now, keep at it, it is going to be great when it is finished.
Thanks for visiting me, I am 5'8" so don't often need to climb but just wanted the perspective this time.
Bless you
Chris #6

Anonymous said...

Jeez. It took FOREVER for the comment box to pop up today! Good thing it eventually did so I can say I LOVE the teabag background and seeing the steps. Also happy to see a Masterboard back a post - you know I love them....

Happy WOYWW!
Mary Anne (1)

Diana Taylor said...

I am loving the background so far - it's so much more interesting to see the development of the work - the glue gun lines work so well, that's a brilliant idea, and I can't wait to see what you do next - I'm a huge fan of Alice in Wonderland!
Hope you have a great week,
Diana #36

Princess Judy Palmer said...

I really like the interesting texture you are getting from the teabags. The glue lines you added in are pretty nifty too. Can't wait to see the finished Alice in Wonderland product. No pressure though! When it happens!

Ruth said...

What fabulous texture you've created, looking forward to the next installment!

Hammers said...

WOW Angela, I really did not understand using I get it. your pages are gorgeous. Cx #64

Ali H said...

What an amazing textured background you have created - looking forward to seeing the finished page ! Ali #8

Redanne said...

Now that does look interesting Angela! You really created some wonderful texture - can't wait to see more now!

Sorry to be so late, been out all day! Anne xx

StampinCarol said...

You always have the most fascinating pages! The tea bags, glue lines.. oh my! My mind would never come up with things like that! Happy WOYWW!
Carol N #53

Christine said...

GLUE LINES! What a fantastic idea! must go find my glue gun ......
Love those pages.
Bishopsmate #47

Amy E said...

I never would have thought of re-purposing tea bags like this! What an amazing idea! can't wait to see how it all turns out!

Amy E. #7

RosA said...

Hi Angela,
Sandra and I have had discussions about using tea bags before. Have you emptied them of the tea? I'm not sure. Will be watching to see how they progress :)
Thanks for dropping by earlier too :)

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Hullo Angela... wow sure makes a difference adding all those layers doesn't it.. last image quite an improvement. Way to go. Happy WOYWW Shaz in Oz x#9

Kate said...

Not convinced about the t-bags, will hold off on a decision until i've seen the finished page. Love all your dog pictures on the side bar. We are without pets at the moment so it's nice to see what peoples pets are up to when blog hopping.
~kate ~ #39

Diane Baker-Williams said...

I have not used tea bags yet but have used the glue gun with silk acrylics which I really like as added texture. Looking forward to seeing the completed project! Diane #52

Eliza said...

Oh Angela, what a fun page you have created and using tea bags literally too, I like how you did the sting effect with your glue gun and the final outcome with glaze just brilliant. Thanks for sharing.

Hugs Eliza & Yoda
Belated WOYWW greetings
Thanks for visiting already too.

Lunch Lady Jan said...

I thought the tea bags were for colour not part of the texture! It's an interesting page for sure and really good to see the process develop. Be good to see the finished article sometime!
LLJ xxxx

Carole Z said...

HI Angela, well I did comment on this in the week, so I thought, but blogger has really been playing up & some of my comments didn't work! This looks so interesting...can't wait to see the completed project, hugs Carole Z X

Darnell J Knauss said...

It's fascinating to watch the process, Angela! Those glue lines are inspired! Sorry I'm so late returning your visit to me this week; thank you for coming by! Enjoy the rest of the week! Happy Belated WOYWW!! Hugs, Darnell #18

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