It's Wednesday and time to head on over to Julia's Stamping Ground to join the snoopy madness that transpires each week.
Thanks to Nikki for her latest button. I snagged it since I can brag for the 5th week in a row, I made it to all the desks again this week, although it took me into the weekend to do it. Blogger and I don't seem to like each other much, and my biggest problems come from the sites where comments are embedded at the end of the posts like mine, only with the security word enabled.
Remember last week when I left the paper to rust? Some asked where the rocking horses were. Look closely at the lamp shade on the right and the teeny tiny Christmas decoration on the left. I don't think this particular picture will enlarge, since I linked it from last week's post. However, the rest will.
After ONE day, the papers were ready. I removed the protective bag, separated the pages (which I forgot to mention last week), and allowed them to dry. Remember to use protective gloves while doing this.
Late yesterday afternoon, the vinegar smell was mostly all gone, and I sprayed the pages with a sealer. You can also use cheap aerosol hairspray. Again, wear gloves when handling the unsealed pages. Once sealed on both sides, they are safe to handle.
I made it easy for you to see the rocking horse today. It's a glass candy dish.
It only took about five minutes to clean up the mess on my table so I can start my next project and try for a 1/10 rating again this week from Kate.
WOYWWendy and I have filled the candy bowl, so please help yourself to some before leaving. Just be sure to place your candy wrapper in the trash container as you leave, please!
This week's blog is Peggy AplSeeds. She and her sister Patsy, both long time WOYWWers, live in the Philippines. Peggy spends her free time drawing lovely artwork that represents her home, places she visits, and faces that are incredibly lifelike. Her drawings and paintings are stunning. I hope you'll stop by Peggy's WOYWW desk today.
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