I've not been doing much moodling lately so I tiredly sprayed up some tags the other night. They were a little dark so, after tidying my desk (!) I slapped some paint etc on them.
So my desk, unveiled today for Julia Dunnit's 175th 'What's on your Workdesk? Wednesday', is scattered with a few tags and my sketchbook [I'm trying my best to do some work for Jane Davies' Extreme Composition workshop].
I added some transparent fluid acrylic to this tag which really lifted it, before adding a black acrylic paint/india ink flower.
And to this one I painted and stamped some squares, added some strips of tissue tape and a 'Chloe Stem' that was lying around my table!
On another table in my house are some of my purchases from The Great Northern Contemporary Craft Fair. I'd love a few of these butterflies up my wall but only had the funds for the one. Check out what Anna Collette Hunt did with thousands of these and other insects at Nottingham Castle here
Cheryl Ewing's piece was almost too nicely packaged to even open! [don't you just love brown paper packages tied up with string ? ;)]
Inside, another piece for my hallway...
I mentioned Julia Jowett's wonderful work in my last post, and ended up spending more than I intended at her stand! But it's just sooooooo gorgeous!!! (and I don't usually 'do' birds!!!)
(love the printing on the above felt, might need to try that at some point!)
A new bathroom is on the list of DIY jobs at the minute so when I saw 'Harriet' by Kate Lulham I knew she had to come home and live there! She's so quirky she really makes me smile.
And finally, a fabulous felt 'stone' forming a fun pin cushion by the very talented Lindsey Tyson :) Her nuno felting is to die for but these pebbles were more in my price range.
Thanks for looking! I'm off to blog hop a few desks myself :)