Wednesday, March 4, 2015

WOYWW 300

Happy 300 WOYWW! (Will Gerard Butler be making a cameo?). I treated myself to a Distress Paint Sale, and interesting fact about Distress Paint... it seems I can color directly on the lid, no labels needed. The wrapping around the Distress Paint is ultra crinkly and can be used in making great cat toys. We are still under attack by winter (which is why I have big ass snowflakes on my desk).

That's me today. Head over to Julia's Stamping Ground for more desk peeking happiness.

9 comments:

jan spencer said...

Thanks for the tip about distress paints, I will give it a go. any tips how to label distress ink pads, mind keep falling off.
Jan S no 49

Sandy Leigh said...

Your paints look like fun! Happy WOYWW #300! Sandy Leigh #58

Monica said...

I hope they work out great as I need to invest in some. If only the Canadians would close the door. Winter could be a memory.
Monica 57

Stacy Sheldon said...

color on the lid how? like to put the color on the lid with the paint? hmmmm love the angle of this shot of your desk :) ~Stacy #65

catiecuddles said...

Lovely selection of paints there to play with!
Thanks for sharing! Hope you get some respite from snow soon. Catherine. X
#36

Anne said...

Have fun with your paints. Happy WOYWW Anne x #38

Clemencia R said...

keep us post it on how they work for you, I've been wanting to get some too :)

Diane Baker-Williams said...

I'v come to really like using those distress paints. the pewter in my favorite. Now sure I follow about painting on the cap...Diane #39

CraftyHope said...

OH yum to the new Distress Paints. I'm sure you'll have a blast with them. As for the crinkly plastic, my cats love it too. However, they try really hard to eat it and I worry that it will clog them up or something. I'm neurotic like that and they're both a little crazy. Ha! Have fun with your paints.