Watch Me Fly (Somerset Studio – Affirmation Ornaments)

Hello Everyone
I am in the middle of drafting some catch-up posts, seem to have quite a bit to be sharing here!
Back in May, I was eagerly awaiting the arrival of Somerset Studio because I knew that inside would be my first ever Somerset Studio article. Now, if I were to begin to explain what this means to me, this would become a lengthy post, I’ll just say that to be published in Somerset Studio, has in itself been a dream come true but an article, that for me is one of those times when it is a dream too big for me to even dare to dream it – yes, it means that much to me! What made it all the more special, I knew my friend Vickie Kammerer also had an article within this issue. Now there is an artist who embraces colour.  Vickie does not shy away from colour, using it with such energy and creativity.
I’m sure you understand that I will not be sharing techniques for the artwork, only photos and some links for some of the products featured.

Supplies

Rubber Stamps Sentiments – Redlead Paperworks
MDF heart – That’s Crafty Alterables
(paperclay, Frescos, Fresco Crackle Glaze, White/Greyboad – also available from That’s Crafty)

untieyourwingsThe thought process behind the inspiration for the ornaments is written within the article so again, I’d be uncomfortable sharing it all here after Somerset Studio so generously sharing my article but I can tell you that each ornament was essentially created the same way, with little tweaks to bring variation and the meaning behind the ornaments if the positive force of affirmations.untieyourwingstwoThey are a lovely size for either indoors or outdoors although if they were for outdoor display they would probably need to be somewhere a little bit sheltered from the elements (especially Scottish rain!) and definitely a coat or two of suitable outdoor varnish.
givemewingsThe same wing stamps were used throughout, slightly changing their position.
givemewingstwoRedlead have some of the very best sentiment stamps, especially words/sentiments.willflySentiments stamped onto white/greyboard, to create the word tilesiwillflydetailSo there we have it, a quick run through of the trio of affirmation ornaments. I cannot thank Somerset Studio enough for the opportunity to have an article within their pages and to always be lucky enough to play with fabulous supplies from Redlead and That’s Crafty.
Many thanks for your visit.
Wishes
Lynne

16 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Annie G
    Jul 11, 2016 @ 02:21:47

    Huge congratulations on being published in Somerset Studio Lynne x love your stunning pieces and the shabby style with great details

    Tfs Annie x

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  2. Gerrina
    Jul 11, 2016 @ 08:52:18

    Perfect combination of quote, wings and birdcage! Looks wonderfull again! Hope you can enjoy some sunshine this week!

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  3. Sue F
    Jul 11, 2016 @ 09:05:46

    Congratulations Lynne and well deserved.

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  4. thecobweboriumemporium
    Jul 11, 2016 @ 13:00:35

    Firstly … MANY CONGRATULATIONS on your appearance in Somerset Studio

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    • thecobweboriumemporium
      Jul 11, 2016 @ 13:18:00

      … {sigh} … I clicked ‘send’ before I meant to. (I’d be dangerous if I had a brain!). … to continue …

      I know how I’d feel being published in ANYTHING (including the leaflet for the local Co-Op), so I really can appreciate how out of this world it must feel for you Lynne. Although (in my opinion) you should be a regular (monthly & on the payroll) contributor, and, in the not too distant future, some magazine is going to find out what a little gold nugget of mind-blowing crafty brilliance you are and will snap you up so that no other magazine can have you.

      I’ve peeped into the magazine and can see your article. I love the way they’ve set it out and even the fonts they’ve used. It looks classy, and very beautiful.

      So thrilled for you Lynne. You deserve this wonderful moment. Very much so.

      Oh .. nearly forgot … I LOVE the Affirmation Ornaments! Were they for sale on a craft stall or at a craft exhibition, I’d absolutely buy one – probably that first one … for my wonderful daughter. It would ‘speak’ to her.
      Truly GREAT makes!
      Squidges ~ Cobs. x

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  5. gonerustic
    Jul 11, 2016 @ 13:58:23

    Congratulations – wonderful achievement!

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  6. Dorthe Hansen
    Jul 11, 2016 @ 16:01:32

    Dearest Lynne, this article is just stunning, ….so beautiful, and showing your winged hearts so gorgeous. I loved reading the , how to, and hearing your thoughts, there, too.
    Lovely to see them here , again, hanging on the beautiful bark background !
    They are so adorable with the tiny birdcages ,too, and the words of affirmation, giving meaning, and hope !!
    Congratulations ,-I know how much it means to you, dear, and I`m so very happy for you, that you are now, also recognized in so many other magazines from Stampington. You truly deserves it all, and more .
    Dorthe, xxx

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  7. Rita
    Jul 11, 2016 @ 17:46:13

    Hello Lynne. Sorry for my absence from blogging. Congratulations on your recent projects for Stampington. Love your work and the wonderful textures you add to them as well. I have not forgotten about you dear Lynne, it’s not been easy this last few months. Trying hard to be a good blogger again. I’ll be in touch soon. Hugs Rita xxxx

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  8. Yvonne Whaley
    Jul 11, 2016 @ 21:54:38

    Congratulations Lynne, they are gorgeous winged ornaments.
    Yvonne xx

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  9. michele s
    Jul 12, 2016 @ 06:30:06

    so gorgeous and so rustic. these are brilliant! xo

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  10. corrinegilman
    Jul 12, 2016 @ 20:27:59

    Really pretty and congrats on your new presence on Relics and Artifacts. The snapguide was great. xox

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  11. craftytrog
    Jul 13, 2016 @ 07:55:16

    Congratulations Lynne! I love your crackled, grungy hearts! xx

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  12. Julie Lee
    Jul 13, 2016 @ 09:21:27

    I loved reading your article Lynne. What a wonderful edition of Somerset Studio that was! Your work fits perfectly in this beautiful and uplifting magazine! Well done! You always inspire me. xxx

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  13. Sharon Bruner
    Jul 14, 2016 @ 14:37:13

    Lynne, I love the antiquing process you have applied to these hearts and wings. The sentiments are perfect! I am amazed at the quantity of great words and sentiments Redlead offers. I was so excited for you when I saw your name in the contents page! I know you’re over the moon with this publication of your beautiful works. What wonderful pieces to give to someone heading out on their own. Best to you, Lynne. Keep creating (and sharing, of course!). inkybru xx

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  14. Samantha Read
    Jul 16, 2016 @ 10:42:51

    Totally gorgeous Lynne🙂 xx

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  15. Jackie P Neal
    Sep 16, 2016 @ 12:28:25

    Wow And a huge congratulations to you Lynne! So well deserved!! Yes, it was a dream for you,but I knew it was just a matter of time! Your artwork is timeless and always so beautiful! Thank you for sharing your journey with us! xoxo

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