Winter Wishes (The Stampers’ Sampler)

Hello
This post features a trio of snowflake angels which appear in the Autumn issue of The Stampers’ Sampler – squeezing them in here, before the end of the year, really should have shared them before now!
This is quite photo heavy but will be short on words…that’s a first!
The trio gathered together – each doll approx 4.5″ x 8″
triocclynnemsampler2016Other than the little labels with a festive sentiment, all stamps are Character Constructions and available HERE. Catherine Moore ships to the U.K. otherwise I think it is almost impossible to source them here.
Each angel consists of many stamps, so they are not quick makes but once you give yourself over to them, they are such fun to stamp, assemble and then adorn.  For all the paper dolls, I painted papers/cardstock.angelonecclynnem2016She has such a wonderfully sweet face.angeloneonecclynnem2016ICE Resin brings a wonderful dimension to the wings, with the merest hint of glitter.
angelonetwocclynnem2016The crinoline stamp is a huge favourite of mine, for the angels I dressed it up further with layers of tulle or vintage lace.angelonefourcclynnem2016Glad Tidings.angeltwoonecclynnem2016The colours are subtle, a very pale blue with hints of silver.angeltwotwocclynnem2016Snowflake WishesangelthreeonecclynnemEach has sheer ribbon as a hanging mechanism so they could be displayed on a Christmas tree or door handle or arranged along a mantle.angelthreetwocclynnemShe hands out snowflake wishes to passersby on a winter day.
angelthreefivecclynnemCatherine Moore’s beautiful stamps allowed me to have fun. One of the joys of 2016 has been working with her stamps and the honour of being on Catherine’s D.T.
January 1st is looming upon us but I will try and share at least one more blog post before the end of the year comes calling.
Wishes
Lynne

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14 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Sharon Bruner (inkybru)
    Dec 28, 2016 @ 03:36:55

    They are beautiful, Lynne! Such ethereal appearances. Character Constructions stamps are such fun to play with. I can see that you had a wonderful time creating these angels. The gorgeous laces and tiulle on the crinoline is such a nice touch. The ice resin on the wings really draws the eye. I love all the various snowflakes you have incorporated into the trio. The individual wands and head pieces gives them each a personality all their own. I’m so glad I have the magazine to look closer at your superior work. (Another publication well deserved :). Cheers! Inkybru xx

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    • lynne
      Dec 29, 2016 @ 17:15:26

      Sharon, I gave myself over to adding detail upon detail. They are time consuming paper dolls to create but the most fun – even getting messy with the ICE Resin!
      Thank you always for your support.
      Wishes
      Lynne

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  2. Christine Smith
    Dec 28, 2016 @ 08:25:06

    Ooh these are such magical creations! I love all the little details – amazing! You have given each one her own personality – they look awesome fun to make! xxx

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  3. Sue F
    Dec 28, 2016 @ 09:32:00

    Very pretty angels with lots of detail.

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  4. Annie g
    Dec 28, 2016 @ 10:57:30

    a stunning trio of Angels Lynne x I love Catherine’s stamps and you always showcase them so beautifully. I am thrilled to see you on the CM DT

    Sending my best wishes

    Annie x

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  5. COrrie
    Dec 28, 2016 @ 14:59:19

    They are so pretty ! Those stamps look like a lot of fun. Maybe I should investigate ! lol…
    Corrie x

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  6. Julie Lee
    Dec 28, 2016 @ 15:36:18

    Lynne – each of these little characters is breath-takingly lovely! I love what you do with Catherine’s stamps – unsurpassed! xxx

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  7. valorydegree
    Dec 28, 2016 @ 17:36:49

    I remember seeing these in The Stampers’ Sampler, but these extra photos that you’re sharing here really highlight the exquisite details!

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  8. maryinoregon
    Dec 28, 2016 @ 19:25:09

    Three heavenly angels! Those crochet accents and Dresden edging add so much individuality to your creations! Happy New Year, Lynne! I cannot wait to see what you will share next year!
    Mary in Oregon

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  9. Dorthe Hansen
    Dec 30, 2016 @ 15:59:10

    Hello dear, now being here, admiring your beautiful paper dolls, is a joy. Even I have seen them in the magazine, I so love your own photos, and the close ups, you offer.
    There are wonderful details , and sweetness, -I love the skirts you created for the lovely angels, the snowflakes, and ribbons, it all ads to the magic world, they represent, and also the glitter. Your play with Catherine`s stamps, results in magic, Lynne. xx

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  10. Gerrina
    Dec 30, 2016 @ 21:27:22

    There is something special about angels… and these look wonderfull! Hugs, Gerrina

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  11. janellmithani
    Jan 03, 2017 @ 02:51:28

    These lovey angels are so sweet! So many little details, too. What fun!

    Reply

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