Wednesday, 29 February 2012

WOYWW 143

Hi Everyone, Gosh!!! Its Wednesday again, where does the time go? On my desk today I bought some texture stamps I have'nt used these before and some light molding paste when dry and removed from stamps, I was informed that these can then be put through the big shot or cut to whatever shape you wish and coloured etc, so looking foward to doing something with these.  The croco paint I bought is to try out on some tags I have planned to make!!
 Look at the size of these stamps with the acrylic block to match there are three strips in this pack and they are made by Hero Arts, these will be great for scrapbooking or cards, can't wait to have a play!
The molding paste had set and this is the result of  texture stamps "love it" I plan to cut heart shapes out of this and play around with colours, it is extremely flexible I think I will enjoy messing about with this.If anyone is wondering why! I am showing whats on my desk, well this is all down to the lovely Julia over at WOYWW pop over and visit desks from all over the world and join in if you wish! but be warned it's highly addictive http://stamping-ground.blogspot.com/  I wish to thank everyone who visited my desk last week and for all your kind comments!! Have a great wednesday, Hugs May x x x x

101 comments:

Hazel said...

I like the look of that paste - interesting technique - fab results (Hazel, WOYWW# 5) x

Deb said...

oooh, that looks like fun, love your texture stamps!
Happy WOYWW, Deb #14

JoZart said...

Hi May
Love the results of those texture plates and even more that they can then be cut with dies into shapes.Thanks for the info, Have a fun WOYWW!
JoZarty x

Judy said...

Thanks for sharing the texture stamps and texture works.

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Those texture plates look like it would be lots of fun to play with. I like the outcome, now can't wait to see the colors! Happy WOYWW from #3.

Spyder said...

great stamps they should be very useful for all sorts of things, HaPpY WoYwW Have a crafty week.
((Lyn) #20

sandysewin said...

The molding past looks intriguing, almost like handmade paper. Have fun playing!

Happy Woyww,

Sandy #33

sandra de said...

Interesting technique with the texture plates and paste and it will be lovely to see how you use them in projects.

Danielle said...

Thanks for sharing that molding paste technique. It looks very interesting. dani43

peggy aplSEEDS said...

the texture stamped molding paste turned out so well!
happy WOYWW, and thanks for sharing!
hugs,
peggy aplSEEDS

...the yorkshire fox... said...

...ooo this is so exciting May, you have been having fun...can't wait to see what you make...Mel :)Xx

scrappymo! said...

That look really interesting. Would love to see it go through the Big Shot!

Thanks for sharing.

Helen said...

Hope you'll come back and show us your hearts! It looks fascinating.
Happy WOYWW, from Helen 32.

jude said...

This looks great never tried this before.can't wait to see it finished
happy wednesday
hugs judex10

Neil said...

Hi there, thanks for letting us peek this week and I hope the rest of the week gives you some creative time too. That texture paste is cool and I look forward to seeing the finished results.
Neil #61

Ann B said...

Texture paste, moulds, paints and stamps, what an interesting lot of items on your desk this week. Will have to look out for the stamps as I obviously 'need' them.

Ann B
#70

CraftygasheadZo said...

Oooh that looks like great fun, never heard of that before but will look out for texture stamps etc. Happy Wednesday to you, enjoy this week's snoop of oh so creative places & take care. Zo xx 83

Bridget Larsen said...

Wow that looks interesting. very deep etched stamps they are,can you use them for normal stamping?
Bridget #15

GLENDA BROOKS said...

This has really grabbed my attention. Interesting technique!
Thanks for sharing!

BetteK said...

Am always inspired by someone who is experimenting ... encourages me to just have a go and see what happens ... I play it far too safe! LoVe the results with those stamps. Happy WOYWWing. Debbie #89

Trish Latimer said...

Love the moulding paste experiments! Looks fab! Trish #75

Polly Polkadot said...

That looks really interesting, I look forward to seeing some of the hearts.

Gillian said...

Never seen this technique before. Thanks for sharing

Craftgirl said...

Awesome result I will be interested to see how good it cuts too.
Happy WOYWW
Carol

Anne-marie said...

Ooooh that looks fun and I like the look how they turned out
Anne-marie no 18

Gabrielle said...

ooh! Those texture stamps look lovely and I love the effect they've given! I look forward to seeing those hearts! Happy Wednesday!

sarahp said...

It all looks very interesting cant wait to see how they turn out xx
#78

Peggy said...

I am going to have to try that with texture stamps and molding paste LOVE it thanks for sharing!

Jacqui said...

Looks interesting

Lou said...

Those look interesting have fun x Lou x

Lynne Moncrieff said...

Wonderful results.
Wishes
Lynne

Sherry Edwards said...

Oooh what fabulous texture May. That's really interesting about be able to put it through the die cutting machine too, I would never have thought of that, but it's going to look wonderful!

Thanks for your comment on my blog too x

Sherry - WOYWW #6

MvM-design said...

Interesting desk!!
Happy wednesday!
Hugs marleen #60.

Anesha said...

Love your what you did with the molding paste. Great stamps as well. Have a lovely day and thanks for the visit. :)

Misty's Mum said...

I love the look of that embossed work - will come back to wsee what you do with it - vbery interesting.

Mistys Mum #99

kay said...

i love the items on your desk,looks fun,will have to add to my ever growing list of things to do,x

Shoshi said...

May, what a fascinating desk this week! Those texture stamps are gorgeous, and I really like the result with the light moulding paste. I love Golden products and use them a lot. Can you use the pieces you've made to emboss paper/card in the Big Shot? Or is the moulding paste too flexible for that? I am interested in experimenting with this sort of thing, and stencil-making is a start - eventually I want to cut thicker acetate and use it for embossing. The sky's the limit when it comes to experimenting with all the gorgeous materials at our disposal these days, isn't it.

Your post has really inspired me!!!

Thanks for visiting my blog, and I have great hopes for my new flame-proof mat.

Happy WOYWW,
Shoshi #38

Barb Cady said...

Goodness me those texture Plates are brilliant! Can't wait to See what you do with them. Lovely Post, Thamks for Info xx

Barb Cady said...

Goodness me those texture Plates are brilliant! Can't wait to See what you do with them. Lovely Post, Thamks for Info xx

Erika said...

May it looks as if you're having great fun, the molding paste looks like a fab idea. Thanks for sharing, hugs,
Erika.

Mary Pat Siehl said...

oh lots of stamping going on!! love that!
#131

Angie said...

This looks so much fun ...I just want to have a go ...I think this must be added to my 'want'list

Clare with paint in her hair said...

oh i never thought of doing that with texture past, i usually stamp into it, neat idea thanks

Craftychris said...

Your texture plates looks brilliant! What a cool idea. Looking forward to see what you make with them. Those stamps look pretty cool too xx

Bella said...

those textures look fantastic to play with. Thanks for the snoop

Angie said...

That's quite awesome never seen that before. Going to have to check that out!

Angie said...

That's quite awesome never seen that before. Going to have to check that out!

Barb King said...

That molding paste is interesting and unusual, I can't wait to see the finished product. Would be fun for mixed media. Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier. Barb #116

Bellaidea said...

very cool! Thanks for visit!

DottyA Cards & Things said...

I enjoyed my visit today... had not used the past or texture plates before... can't wait to see what you do with them..!

Twiglet said...

Clever stuff - thanks for showing us what you do.

Ali H said...

never seen these texture stamps before - they look fab ! Surely not something else out there I just must have ! Thanks for stopping by earlier ! Ali #65

Yours Artfully said...

Ooooo what an interesting idea. Don't you just love it when an experiment works according to plan.

Gwen said...

What an incredible technique/ wow!
The texture is brill!
xxx 104

mamapez5 said...

This looks such fun. I hope you can die-cut them. What possibilities this has. Thanks for visiting my desk so quickly after I posted it! Kate 153 x

Amy said...

That looks so interesting, have fun experimenting. Thanks for dropping by my blog. (#86) x

MaggieC said...

That is a fascinating technique, with very good results. I can't wait to see how you use them. Thank you for visiting today and your kind comments about my cross stitch. Have a great week. xx Maggie #9

Tracy said...

What a cool idea with the paste!! I'm eager to see how they look when you've got them cut out and painted. Happy WOYWW! Warmly, Tracy #93

VonnyK said...

That paste looks really interesting and what a great result. Can it be used and glued onto a canvas? It might make a great addition to my paintings if I could master it.
Great stamps too.
Have a great week.
Von #45

StampinCarol said...

Very cool texture pieces! Looking forward to what you do with them. And the stamps look like fun!

Amy E said...

Oh wow!! I've never heard of the technique you showed but I love it!! I hope you post whatever you end up making with it...would love to see!

Thanks for popping by to peek at my mess!

Amy E. #39
scrapthissavethat.blogspot.com

mommyle said...

I LOVE the modeling paste technique!!!! I have GOT to try that!!! You completely inspired me in a new direction!

Have a great week!

Sue from Oregon said...

Oh something new to me! That process looks very fun...can't wait to see what you create with it May!

Whimcees said...

Hello!

The results look great - it will be fun to see the end results! I hope that you had a good day today with the extra 24 we had in February!

Hugs,

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

Interesting mold info. Would be fun to see it in a design sometime. Love to see new items.. Have a great WOYWW

April said...

oooh this looks like an interesting and fun technique!! look forward to seeing your creations using them. Love the stamps x

Neet said...

Oh May, such wonderful things on your desk today. I am a great fan of Lisa Pavelka. Have met her and she is lovely.
I am interested in that modelling compound - looks very good and what a great idea.
Love those paints - in fact your desk is a horde or loveliness.
Thanks for sharing and commenting on my blog. Hugs, Neet 19 xx

Karen said...

Love the look of those texture stamps, what a fab idea and technique :)

Have a great WOYWW and a fab week, Luv Karen xx

Lori said...

Hmmmm, you've introduced me to something new. Texture stamps and the molding paste - how fun!

Morti said...

Love the Hero Arts stamps - do you know if they've improved their Angel Policy?

The moulding paste looks fun - will have to look that out! I'm guessing it will work with most stamps as long as they're not too detailed?

Thanks for stopping by!

SueH said...

Oh wow May, I can see lots of uses for those texture stamps. I look forward to seeing how your hearts turn out once they are coloured.

Thanks for stopping by.
Happy Crafting!
Sue H #95
x

Elaine said...

Great teqnique May well done
Hugs Elaine

Susan Flynn said...

Wow May I have never seen these before and they look sensational. I will be watching closely to see how you use them xx

Lisa-Jane said...

Wow, how cool is that paste with the texture stamps? I bet they will make fab embellishments.

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Hey! The paste and textured stamp project came out totally lovely. That you can cut them into shapes is even better. Those will be fun to play with for sure. I really like your new Hero Arts stamps.

Mary Ann said...

Those texture stamps are very very cool. I must take a look for those:)

Thanks for visitng my blog and for the lovely comment:)

karen said...

Oh neat stuff you have there! I have never heard of the texture stamps before and I look forward to seeing what you do with the pieces you have made!
Thanks for visiting me earlier and Happy WOYWW!
xoxo Karen

Jeremy and Samantha said...

happy woyww can't wait to see what you do with the stuff.

Sarah said...

Love that texture and can't wait to see what they become...jewellery??? Thanks for sharing your space Sarah at 1 - having a peek on Friday!

sarendipity said...

That paste looks ace, will have to get some of that. hope you show the finished projects.
Sarah x

TheFairyyellowbugQueen said...

Thanks for the tutorial May. This looks like just so much fun. I'd love to try this one of these days. *smiles* Norma

JoZart said...

Hi May
Just got to say a HUGE thank you for the lovely surprise post which arrived today! You are so lovely! I've posted it on my blog... Love jo x

MaggieC said...

Thanks for coming to visit again this week and leaving me a comment on my winter scene. I am intrigued to see what the next challenge will be. xx Maggie

Catie Cuddles said...

Oh wow ... What fantastic texture stamps... Looks like great fun!

Bernice said...

Thanks for joining my blog and for the nice comments. I haven't seen this moulding paste before - does it dry out like paper or is it more like a type of plaster - it looks like fun!

Exclusively by Mel said...

Hi May,
WOW how cool! I love this idea!
The tags would look superb.
Thanks for showing us.
Love, Mel. xxx

Gumbo Lily said...

Look at you, May! You make so many beautiful things! I've just been browsing your blog and it's amazing -- the lovely stuff you make.

Jody

Just me said...

Looks like fun! Thanks for sharing this! Can't wait to see your heart shapes when finished!
Thank you also for stopping by my blog! I hopped around yours a bit, you have some wonderful creations!

ger76 said...

WOW looks like brill stuff to get creative with :D

Thanx for stopping by my page,

luv Ger
WOYWW

Linda said...

The texture stamps came out great. I would love to see more of what you are planning on making with them. Linda #114

Serendipity Stamping said...

Looking forward to seeing the different ways you use your texture molds using the paste. #160

Karen Howard said...

Wow, what a fun technique. Can't wait to see what you create!

Jan Hennings said...

Love this idea...so clever!

Lavinia said...

Hi May! Wow, I love the texture stamps, fab! I would have fun with those. And yes I too am getting addicted to the Mega Flake & glu effect, its as addictive, as is everything else crafty out there eh! What we like eh :) have a good week!
Lavinia
x

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh how fabulous these textures are, May!!! I hope you have a wonderful week ahead!!
XO
Cindy

DottyA Cards & Things said...

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Hope your reading this comment because I have an Award for you...
Stop by my Blog to check it out!!!!
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Katie said...

I can't wait to see what you did with the molding paste! I've never seen that technique before, but so far it looks awesome!

Thank you for stopping by my blog. I'm sorry it has taken me so long to reply, a bad cold had me down, but I wanted to get around and say hi before tomorrow's WOYWW!

Yogi said...

I guess trying this technique is next on my to do list. Thanks for the inspiration
Have a great day

Deb's Pen Pot said...

Hi May, what wonderful craftwork! Loving the Louisa May Alcott tag beneath, and adore the configuration box under that - so good, well done :0) Thanks for popping by my Pen Pot - and for showing interest in Book One! It's unpublished and languishing at the back of the shelf, but is a young adult's book exploring the themes of grief, friendships and family through a quest-led, who's-the-witch? storyline. Have a fab WOYWW; oh, and I've just joined you as a follower :0) Deb x

Sharne Davies said...

loving the technique - nice and messy just as i like it. Happy crafting XX Sharne ( fresh as a daisy)

scrappystickyinkymess said...

I am horribly late with WOYWW visits but I had to find the time! Glad I did :) I JUST got some modelling paste and am looking forward to trying it. You've given me some good ideas :)

Happy WOYW on a Monday!

Mary Anne
scrappystickyinkymess