Make Your Mark @ PaperArtsy

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I am very late in sharing this blog post!
Last Monday evening I had a tutorial over at PaperArtsy. It is always fun to be involved with a PaperArtsy tutorial as they always come up with such wonderful and varied themes for us to work with. I knew in advance I would be doing some mark making and also working in conjunction with JOFY stamps.
Here is a peek at the projects made for the tutorial…blogphotoIf you would like to view the tutorial it can be seen HERE.
Sorry I haven’t managed to visit your own blogs.  I wish I could say it is because I am in a creative whirlwind but that is not the case but hopefully soon I will be back amongst my supplies.  Your visits are always appreciated by me, especially during those times when I cannot find my way to your own blogs.
Wishes
Lynne

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Be Brave

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My first post for September at That’s Crafty is this notebook.
As soon as I saw StencilGirl Becoming, I knew I had to make a wee notebook featuring the words.blogoneAll details can be viewed HERE.
I am absent at the moment but hope to be back to normal as soon as. In the meantime, many thanks for any of you who take the time out of your day to visit here, it is always greatly appreciated.
Wishes
Lynne

Flying Free

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Today at the That’s Crafty blog I am sharing two ATCs featuring That’s Crafty products:- ATC substrates and Dinky Stencils.blogoneand blogtwoAs always, instructions can be viewed HERE.
Many thanks for your visit today.
Wishes
Lynne

Rusty Bits

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Sunday always seems to roll around so quickly!
Over at the That’s Crafty blog, this week I am sharing another of the ATCs created for a HOCHANDA show, where ATCs and ATC storage units were showcased.bloglynnem19juneIf you are interested in reading more about this ATC then please click HERE.
Wishes
Lynne

Flowers In The Rain

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You might know that That’s Crafty continue to add to their own product range, including storage units.  The ATC storage unit was recently showcased on HOCHANDA with the DT creating ATCs and altering the actual units.
Over at the That’s Crafty Blog, this week I am sharing one of my ATCs.oneAs always, if you are interested in viewing more photos or reading supply list, instructions, then please click HERE.
Wishes
Lynne

There Are Always Flowers

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Time for a That’s Crafty DT post.
For this week I have once again been dipping into PaperArtsy Infusions.oneIf you are interested in viewing more photographs and instructions then please visit HERE.
Enjoy your Sunday.
Wishes
Lynne

A Bloom of One’s Own (The Stampers’ Sampler)

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I have some catching-up to do with items I’d planned on sharing long before now, such as the panels in this post which feature in the Jan/Feb/Mar issue of The Stampers’ Sampler.
At the time of creating the panels, JOFY stamps were still quite new to me. It was all because of this post, HERE at That’s Crafty that I continued to make some more.
Here are the other three panels.oneTouches of H20s catch the light beautifully and here and there, touches of mica flakes.  If I remember, I think I also used Golden medium which has beautiful gold mica flakes within it.twoCoils of rusty wire appear here and there on each panel.threeThis is one of my all time favourite labels from Redlead Paperworks, layered onto some rusty mesh which is also from Redlead.four
Grow A GardenoneAgain, on this panel, the JOFY stamps were highlighted with the H20s, working with limited colours (even though I have quite a stash of H20s!)twoI took no care with how I applied the H20s, working loosely.threeMorning DewoneThe backgrounds have little or no texture other than paint.  I might have added a touch of Grungepaste but on the whole, the texture on the background is purely Frescos.twoAnother label from yet another favourite Redlead labels set. I dip into their Label sets so often, they are such a lovely sized stamp to add a little sentiment to artwork.  fourI am thankful that Stampington & Co liked the panels enough to publish them. There are so many incredible stamp artists, vying for space within the pages of The Stampers’ Sampler, so it is always an honour to be published.
Many thanks for your visit to this post.
Wishes
Lynne

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