It's called Drying Aversion Derangement Syndrome, or DADS. I have an acute form, that should really be studied for the benefit of future generations of crafters.
I CANNOT resist messing with things before they're dry. I can't. It's a compulsion.
My sworn enemies are glazes and finishes. They are TOO SLOW. I HAVE TO TOUCH THEM and completely destroy whatever I'm working on.
I wish someone would help me.
Here's an example of what I'm talking about. You know last week's paper button? Well that thing is as good as a real button, because I kept messing with it before it was dry, so I had to add 40 squillion layers of Crystal Effects.
I made another paper button for yesterdays Try a New Technique challenge, in combination with this week's CAS-ual Friday challenge, and, because of my disorder, could not resist putting the twine in it before it was dry. That resulted in a very ghetto salvage operation, involving suspending the twine from the wet button using a small teapot shaped business card holder and my DVR. You think I'm kidding?
Accessories: Twine, MFT Dizzy Border Die, Crop-a-Dile, 1 3/8" Circle Punch, 1" Circle Punch, Crystal Effects, DVR, Small teapot :)
No really, thank you.