Wednesday, 19 September 2012

WOYWW 172

Hi Everyone, Where does the time go it's Wednesday again which means it's time for the major snoop around the worlds desks.... This is all down to the lovely Julia over at http://stamping-ground.blogspot.co.uk/  pop over & join in but be warned it's so addictive but fun....Well on my desk this week I'm having a  little play with some artist spackle!!!!   Remember this from a few weeks back..
                                TOO THIS...... This is what I done with it... love the effect!!
                                             I had great fun with the heat gun

 I got this idea from Jenny 644 utube channel.. A friend sent her one.. and I just wanted to have a play I made two of these I gave one to my dear  friend Mel...I think she liked it...... Well thank you for your visit today.. off to have a nosey around the world's  fab desks ... Hugs May x x x

57 comments:

Rita said...

Super desk May. Love your spackle tag. Hugs Rita xx

scrappymo! said...

What a fun desk today! This tag looks great.

Deb said...

oh wow, that looks amazing, love the texture you have there!
have a great week, Debxx

Joynana said...

What a great technique. Love all of the texture that you have on the tag. #21

Krisha said...

Such a nice clean desk, what a great way to start your tags. These are amazing and so beautiful!
Krisha #18

EELS said...

Fabulous texture with that spakle, love it.
Cheers, Elaine #28

Maria said...

Love the texture on your tag is space like texture paste?
I haven't heard of it before...
Love the diecut flower diecut s on your desk are they a spellbinder's die?

RosA said...

Love the texture you have achieved there. And you can't go wrong with some bling too! Happy WOYWW, RosA # 37

Lisa said...

Fabulous tag and love those gems around the heart too
:D
Lisa
#40

Jackie said...

Great tag...really like the effect
jackie 31
http://scrapbangwallop.blogspot.com

sandee said...

Your spackle tag looks like a piece of tree bark to me, awesome texture! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

kay said...

thats amazing,love the effect,fab tag :)
have a super woyww
kay #56

inkypinkycraft said...

Fab and your spackle tag is amazing!!no wonder Mel liked it!! Have a great week, trace x 58

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

...great looking desk May, loVe your background cards they look very pretty...as for Spackle, I've never heard of it, but it gives a super texture...and I'm the proud owner of one of your Spackle tags so I know what it looks like in the flesh, it's awesome and stands out in my gallery...fabby stuff May...wishing you a very happy Wednesday...Melxx :)

Tertia said...

The desk is super tidy and the tag is fantabulous! (my grandie's word)
Happy WOYWW!
Tertia #47

My name is Cindy said...

Wonderful desk! I have a tub of that spackle,I bought it last September and have never even opened it! Must have a play. Hugs Cindyx #77

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Wow, wonderful texture.

jill said...

Wow love your tag. I might have to buy some of that artist sparkle . thanks for sharing , Jill #77

Sunshine Girl said...

Oooh that stuff looks great fun and I love your finished tag - very effective - might have to investigate further! Thanks for sharing - Sunshine Girl No. 68

okienurse said...

great looking spackle tag May! I bought some of the light molding paste to try the technique out but have yet to do it...maybe tomorrow since this looks so awesome. Have a great week. Vickie #73

Lunch Lady Jan said...

OOh, that tag is seriously sexy! Love the molten glass effect of the spackle (I have NO idea what that actually is!!) and the bling around the heart. G.O.R.G.E.O.U.S!!
Hugs, LLJ #75 xx

Sue - bearhouse said...

WOW!! This is wonderful May. I love the effect you have achieved

Hugs Sue

Redanne said...

Hi May, what fun! Your spackle tag is gorgeous. Not joining in but just saying hello. A x

Stamps and Paper said...

Just love the effect of your tag May...and a great technique

anne

sandra de said...

Now that is another great product I have never heard of. Looks like it gives a great effect.
Sandra @105

Glenda said...

I've never played with Artist Spackle...Nice tag!
Glenda 109

scrappystickyinkymess said...

Oooh, I love the effect too! Very cool. WOYWW is dangerous for my timekeeping AND my pocketbook! :)

MA (2)

TwinkleToes2day said...

What a beautiful tag! As soon as I saw it I thought of Mel, and how kind of you to send her one. Have a great WOYWW :0)

Angie said...

What a great texture ...I have never used this product ...when i get my mojo to stay, maybe I should.xx#8

butlersabroad said...

That's amazing May, looks like a huge red heart carved out of a tree. I love HA too, I'd have 'em all if I could!!

Hugs
Brenda 1

Bernice said...

I've never tried this stuff - is it a bit like the ultra thick embossing powder stuff? - your tag looks great anyhow!
Bernice #3

505whimsygirl said...

Hi there May,

Your project looks great! I love the effect the artist spackle gives.

The cards in the background of your first photo are beautiful!

Thanks for visiting me already!

Hugs, Kay #17

Monica said...

Now that sounds an interesting product. Like you tag. I found my Gesso had a black skin over it this morning!

lisa said...

Love your Spackle effect, May, it gives great texture. The background to that tag looks like damp rock too, I love it.
Happy WOYWW
Hugs Lisax #93

lynne said...

That heart is wonderful.
I just love spackle and have a tub always to hand, so versatile.
Wishes
Lynne

Mary Jo Rhoda said...

Your tag is amazing!
Love the heart :)
Mary Jo #115

Darnell J Knauss said...

Wowzie, May, that is one stunning tag you've created there!! Have a wonderful week! Darnell #132

Julia Dunnit said...

Gosh May how adventurous. And want a fab result, love the texture you've discovered...you'll be spackling like a good 'un!!

Helen said...

That looks interesting, I've never played with any of that.

Hugs Ellie Wee #100

Sandy Leigh said...

How fun! I've never spackled before! Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #36

Elizabeth said...

The effect you got with the spackle is terrific - love the finished tag. Your desk looks nice with those pretty cards standing at the back. Hope you have a lovely week. Elizabeth x #113

Barb King said...

Love the texture on the tag, I have seen people using spackle with stencils, I will have to give it a try. Hugs, Barb

fairy thoughts said...

hi may
I've not heard of spackle but the texture looks very interesting. you certainly look like you had fun anyway
thanks for your visit
janet #45

BJ said...

Thanks for stopping by and adore that sparkle. BJ#19

butterfly said...

Wow, the texture and sparkle on that spackle is simply amazing - love what you've created! Thanks so much for stopping by, and happy WOYWW!
Alison x

Sandy said...

I just love it when "you just want to have a play"--- this technique looks pretty neat May. It looks like enamel. I wish you wanted to come over to my house and play - I just live across the pond!
Sandy

Daniella said...

Beautiful work! My husband does Spackle for a living, I wonder if his Spackle would work? I want to try this!!
xxDaniella#38

Neet said...

Wow! This is brilliant. Love the texture on here. So many ideas spring to mind now. Love what you ar doing.
Hugs, Neet xx 33

mamapez5 said...

I love that texture ans shine. It looks like fun stuff. I shall investigate further. I love all the inspiration I get on Wednesdays to try new things. Kate x #97

Buttons said...

Clapping furiously here at the triumph that is that spackled tag!!!! LOVE the heart and the background looks positively molten. Just to die for. Can't wait to see more. Hugs, Buttons #79

VonnyK said...

Ooh, that spackle looks like a lot of fun. I really love the effect it gives. That tag is incredible, so pretty. I learn about so many things on my desk hops, this is fab.
Have a great week.
Von #48

Jojorenee said...

That ROCKS it looks like a real tree!

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Hi there May, ah you are having great fun here with all these new techniques - wonder if I am stuck in rut as dont have many of the things you folk seem to be playing with over there?? Thanks so much for popping over and thanks for sharing ~ happy WOYWW! Shaz in Oz. x #35

Carol Hornby-Clements said...

Loving the tag that is a great technique. Looks very tactile.

Carol

Morti said...

Very very cool technique, looks like molten glass!

Thanks for stopping by!

Anita Houston said...

I'm poking around!!! Absolutely amazing this piece is! Ohhhh the texture and shine...LOVE!!!

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Love the tag! Look at all that fun texture!!! Artist's spackle, huh? I've never heard of such a thing, but how fun is that.