My desk pic was taken over the weekend as I was working on my latest project. Today I'm out and about getting errands and laundry done so nothing going on on the desk.
I've taken a long view for you so you can see my cutting/cuttlebug table at the far end. You are looking at my prep work for a new altered frame. There's parts to make flowers, distress paints at the ready, ink and other assorted bits that may or may not make onto the frame.
Another theme I seem to have in common with a few others....wifi troubles. So one of my errands will be getting up to the cable provider's service center to exchange the modem. Hoping this will fix the problem of losing wifi. My apologies to those who visited last week as I didn't get to return the visit due the wifi issue. Crossed fingers this will be a better week!
And...a little FYI for you. I saw a question on another blog where the visitor asked how to prevent glossy accents from clogging. And that when she used a pin in the nozzle it rusted. So here's my tip....
...I use stainless quilter's pins, the longer the better. Or corsage pins, they're 3" long. And I do not remove the G.A. that builds up on the pin. Removing this will cause rust to form. (see below pic) If you do get a clog in the nozzle you can remove the nozzle! Stick a pin in, this keeps the nozzle from being flatten, then using a needle nose plier, without teeth, you can
pull the nozzle off the bottle. I have now combined the 3 partially empty bottles seen in my desk pic into one almost full bottle.
Well that's it from me today. Have a good week!
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