Snowflake Angels (Somerset Studio)

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Today I am sharing two assemblages which appear in the Nov/Dec issue of Somerset Studio. I have two articles, yes, pinch me!
In the article I share how Relics and Artifacts and other elements, such as paperclay, helped me create snowflake angels.
Some of the Supplies used:-
Character Constructions (wings) The Bee Keeper’s Tea No. 7
Redlead Paperworks (Snowflake Wishes)
Carabelle Studio Stamp – from That’s Crafty
That’s Crafty – Greyboard Panels, Greyboard Snowflakes, Dinky Stencil Snowflakes
Sandra Evertson Relics and Artifacts – @ Sandra Evertson or in the U.K. from That’s Crafty
artdollsomlynneoneA framed paperclay face.artdollsomlynnetwoExcuse the blurry photo!  The stamped wings, from Character Constructions, have been coated with ICE Resin with a sprinkle of sparkleartdollsomlynnethreewith the R&A heart having the same treatment of the ICE Resin.artdollsomlynnesixA wee stamped tag with a sentiment from Redlead.artdollsomlynnefiveThe second assemblage, which is slightly more gold in tone.artdolltwosomlynneonePaperclay features heavily on this one, using it in two different ways.  Paperclay has been such a revelation for me, now I don’t know what I do without it in my stash!  The crown and wings on this snowflake angel are Carabelle Studio, used with paperclay.artdolltwosomlynnetwoA wee addition of a snowflake charm with pearl added to the R&A.artdolltwosomlynnethreeYou can just about see the snowflakes stencilled onto the substrate,  this is a wonderful Dinky Stencil.artdolltwosomlynnefiveAfter, I realised the sentiment I conjured up really makes no sense at all yet at the time, it seemed to make complete sense to me!artdolltwosomlynnesevenDresden Trim is so wonderful for all those little extra touches.artdolltwosomelynneeightThank you to Christen Hammons at Somerset Studio for publishing my article.  I always feel thankful for the amazing products we have at our fingertips because the vision of That’s Crafty, Catherine Moore, Redlead, Sandra Evertson, made it possible for me to have fun creating those two assemblages.
Many thanks for your visit.
Wishes
Lynne

Our House

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Today I am sharing another MDF triptych at the That’s Crafty Blog.  onebloghouselynnemIf you want to see the inside of the MDF house, then here is a peek and if you are interested
twobloghouselynnemin the details, supplies and looking at more photographs, then please visit HERE.
Have a lovely Sunday,
Wishes
Lynne

Dare To

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Another That’s Crafty DT post where I have been playing with some of their Alterable Surfaces. oneAs always, supplies and instructions can be viewed HERE.
Thank You for your visit and for all visits this past week.
Wishes
Lynne

Love …….Hearts

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This week, for my DT post over at That’s Crafty, I make a return to hearts, including That’s Crafty Alterable MDF heart and also a  beautiful Carabelle heart stamp, which I stamped into paperclay.blogThe post can be viewed HERE. Many thanks for your visit.
Wishes
Lynne

Like A Snowflake On A Winter Morning

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Today I have a DT post over at That’s Crafty where I share this:-
blogQuite a mix of items to create this art doll who rests on a That’s Crafty Alterable Surface and I couldn’t resist playing with one of their Dinky Stencils to add a touch of texture to the base.  I also used paperclay in two different ways.
The full project with supply list and instructions can be view HERE, that is if you are interested to learn more about this piece.
Wishes
Lynne

Angel Wishes

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That time of the week when I share a sneaky peek of my DT post over at That’s Crafty.twoThe full project, with supply list and instructions can be viewed HERE.
Have a lovely day and just to say that my Woolen Mittens Giveaway will now be closed and a huge Thank You to any of you who joined in.  A winner will be picked and announced shortly.
Wishes
Lynne

Birds Of A Feather

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This week, for my DT post over at the That’s Crafty Blog, I continue to play with the recently launched Dinky Stencils and also the first inking of a beautiful stamp I received from my birthday, from my dear friend Coco.blog photo26The project and supply list can be viewed HERE.
Thank You for your visit to this post and to all my blog post this past week, especially the wonderful feedback to this post HERE. I had such fun working on that assemblage so I was so happy to read all your lovely comments.
Wishes
Lynne