Word Flowers on HOCHANDA


I am here to share news that my That’s Crafty! Word Flowers stamps, will be appearing on HOCHANDA on Tuesday 14th April.  Although the lovely Jo Channon will not be at the helm, due to Covid-19, changes also extend to HOCHANDA shows, however, Shellie Blow has videos to share and of course, there will as always be a bounty of That’s Crafty products. So, winding the clock back to when the Word Flowers stamps were first released, I will be sharing here, on Instagram and Facebook, some of the samples made at the time of release.

When I set about designing the Word Flowers stamps, incorporating a word into each flower was the springboard and also wanting a design whereby the stamp can be used simply as a flower or inking up only the word.

In the first samples to share here, you can see that I simply worked with the flower, the word is nowhere to be seen.  Any of you who know the style I prefer, where I gravitate towards the neutral colour palette, will not be surprised that this wee card collection doesn’t have any bright, floral colours, I simply worked with That’s Crafty! Walnut Ink Crystals and I also worked with That’s Crafty! Teabag Paper.


Tuesday 14th April

9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Sky 673 Freeview 85 Freesat 817

We hope you will manage to catch the shows and support That’s Crafty!

Stay Safe!




1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. denlillelade
    Apr 13, 2020 @ 15:42:30

    Dear Lynne,- I love these samples / cards, with your lovely flowers used so brilliantly in your neutral tones style, and standing so clear and beautiful, with the few but striking details, of tiny color and scraps of paper and fabric, all hold together by the stamping in black, and your black sewing ! So amazing in its simplicity . xxx


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