Thanks for popping in. Yeah, I know. Hairy Gelpress sounds a bit gross! But if you have ever cleaned the hair out of a drain filter, then you’ll be able to cope with this! YUCK!!! Haha. All in the name of art.
Saturday’s blog a new technique, right? So here’s how it works. You are using fusible fibre to do something completely different with a butterfly. You do the job, prep all the steps for telly, and then pack it all away ready-to-go. You turn around to your desk, and you’ve left a little mount of fusible fibre on the counter. Too much to throw away in good conscience, even though the new Bumper bags are 50 grammes, but you can’t be arsed to unpack all the ready-to-go TV prep, just to add the hairy mound to the stash. If it were edible you’d just eat it, but it’s not. Gets in your teeth. So. What else can you do with fusible fibre….
Let’s try a different colour, in fact let’s forget about prep for an hour and have a hairy intermezzo.
Time to see how it stamps up…
Right, Here’s how you clean the fibres off your Gelpress. Lick the palm of your hand and wipe it clean! Hey hey!! Don’t tell me you’ve never done that when you wanted to get rid of some fluff on your jumper!!
And on that happily gross note, I shall love you and leave you. Listening to a marvellous book at the moment. The Thirteenth Tale, by Diane Setterfield. It’s just getting gripping. She writes so well! I am tempted to buy the paper back; it feels like a book one should read rather than listen to. But then again, I can’t read and drive – and I want to finish it on the way to the TV studio tomorrow!
Life is so busy, I will NEVER get it all done.
Get what all done?
Love & Hugs,
See you tomorrow, 2-4pm HOCHANDA and 6pm with the Mega Picot flower launch xx