Tuesday, 8 January 2013

WOYWW 188

Here on my desk which i must admit was taken last night & a part from the bowl my desk is still looking the same this morning. So why am i showing you my messy desk come with my to Julia's place where all will become clear. http://stamping-ground.blogspot.co.uk/.
I was watching a couple of youtube video's by Kaz Hall http://thelittleshabbyshed.blogspot.co.uk/  & a clever idea she had using washing up liquid soap bubbles to get some fun back grounds using Dylusions spray inks & Distress inks. 
I've use Distress ink Moss green, Dylusions Post box red, & Bubble gum Pink. London blue & Vibrant Turquoise. I've also added Perfect Pearls mist Forever Red & only wish the camera could pick up the lovely shimmer on the card. 
Right i'm off to do a bit of blog hopping to see what everyone has been up to.


32 comments:

  1. this great looks fun! what's the plan when they're dry??
    Happy WOYWW and have a great week :o)
    no. 10

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  2. Some interesting effects you got there.
    Happy WOYWW
    Tertia#17

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  3. Can't wait to see what you do next... love the colour! Helen 7

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  4. love the soap bubble backgrounds. Have you ever used shaving cream the same way? My friend made some awesome ones by spreading the cream over the card then spraying. As the bubbles died away it left interesting patterns too. Hope you have a great week! Vickie #31

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  5. Wow these backgrounds look fantastic I must go and check into that link.

    Thanks for visiting me

    Eliza

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  6. It all sounds very technical and intriguing
    Lynn -64

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  7. Interesting! Love the Dylusion inks.
    Happy WOYWW :)
    Tuire xx

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  8. looks gorgeous, and I trust you had fun with that too. I am so not showing that to the kids - the mess they would make.

    many blessings to you from Angela (#71)

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  9. LOVE the background papers you made! Quite stunning!

    Jeannie #60

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  10. Hi Jill love the work produced by soapy water!! how inspiring thank you for popping over and sharing, Happy WOYWW! Shaz in Oz.x #6

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  11. Oh it looks just lovely, what a clever idea..
    Sandy :) #15

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  12. Lots of inky goodness!
    Glenda #78

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  13. I absolutely LOVE playing with Dyan Reavely's Dylusions sprays. Of course, rubber gloves are usually a must. I have forgotten on many occasions and walked around for days with red, green, or blue hands. LOL.

    I am a friend of Sandee. Hope you get a chance to check out my blog.
    Lori #81

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  14. we used to do the soap bubbles at school! i did it in our old house and had to redecorate so hubby said no more ! lol
    Happy woyww TFS Mrs.C.xx #28
    craftylittlemoos.blogspot.com

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  15. Oooh! These look very interesting, can't wait to see what comes next!
    Sue V

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  16. Will have to look at that technique and when I get home have away with my sprays. Also must remember I have some ordered and need to activate the order.
    Look forward to seeing what you do with them.
    Hugs and thanks for visiting me
    Neet xx

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  17. Huh, dishwashing soap mixed with it...like the way it turned out. Brigita #112

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  18. I love your bowl of coloured bubbles and I love the bowl too! Looks like you had a lot of fun.

    Hugs
    Brenda 94

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  19. What fun that looks and the effects are great...I may have to have a play myself soon! Thanks for sharing. Caro #46

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  20. that definately looks like one to follow up.
    thanks for sharing
    janet #23

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  21. I've been wanting to play at the bubble inducing background, it looks like it would be so much fun...I'd probably end up with colorful clothes and carpet when finished though...maybe an outdoor activity for me? lol waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

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  22. Yes, Kaz' videos are great. I love experimenting with different products....but stained hands at work the next day can cause a bit of stir!!

    Kyla #18

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  23. Hi
    That is a nice tidy desk with some lovely colours being played with, I hope you will show what the backgrounds become.
    Ria

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  24. oh what great backgrounds! The colors turned out so pretty! Can't wait to see what they grow up to be!

    Hugs, Robin #36

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  25. Great colours you have created there. Lok forward to seeing what you do with them next. Anne x #135

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  26. Looks like you've got something fun in the making! Happy WOYWW!

    Apryl H #9

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  27. Thank you for the picture and the link. I'll be checking that out. April #136

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  28. That looks like so much fun Jill! I'm going to have to go watch that video!

    Thanks for visiting this week!

    Amy E. #20
    scrapthissavethat.blogspot.com

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  29. Great papers. Can't wait to see what you do with them.

    Thank you so much for visiting. I'm hoping to have a partly glittered skull next week for Show and Tell.

    Happy WOYWW,
    Rachel.

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  30. Hi Jill, got to try this soapy bubbles technique - the results look amazing. I think it might be something like the shaving foam method of colouring paper - perhaps a bit wetter though :) Thanks for sharing - as always I enjoyed reading your post. Elizabeth x #69

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  31. I must try that bubbly technique, and the addition of glimmers would be fantastic. Perhaps we should start doing videos of our aparkly and shiny things. They never show up well on photos. Have a good week. xx Maggie #32

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  32. Thanks for the insight to the technique!#108

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