Through The Arched Window

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This week, at That’s Crafty, I am sharing my final MDF triptych sample, the arch.
The photograph shows the triptych when closed but all photographs can be viewed HERE, along with instructions.blogonelynnemThe MDF triptych is also available in other shapes and can also be purchased in acrylic.
Thank you for taking the time to visit.
Wishes
Lynne

She Flies

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For my DT post over at That’s Crafty, once again I have been dipping into Infusions, which I’ve used in a few ways, including stamping with the Infusions.blogonelynnemoncrieffIf you are interested, the post can be found HERE with instructions, etc.
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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

Time

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For my DT post over at That’s Crafty, I have been playing with some new Prima products along with Ice Resin and Dinky Stencils, lots of fun products!onelynnemoncrieffthatcraftySupplies, instructions and more photographs can be viewed HERE.
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Lynne

Bloomin’ Beautiful Nature

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For my DT post over at the That’s Crafty Blog, it is the first time I have played with JOFY designs for PaperArtsy.twoThe project can be viewed HERE.
Enjoy your Sunday.
Wishes
Lynne

Through The Arched Window

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Time for my regular DT post over at the That’s Crafty blog.
I am sure many of you will recognise that this project features a PaperArtsy LPC stamp.blogphoto17mayThe full project, with instructions, can be viewed HERE.
This is a scheduled post but I wanted to say Thank You to those of you continuing to take the time and trouble to visit. I am still absent from commenting, etc. When I am back in the swing of things I will certainly be paying all of you a long overdue visit.
Have a lovely day.
Wishes
Lynne

The Inner Decay (for PaperArtsy)

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When I was approached to create a post on the theme of Deconstruction for the PaperArtsy blog I knew immediately that I would be utilising rusting powder to transform cotton fabric into something which, I hope, would resemble a piece of rich textile which has become timeworn, weathered over the decades.
As so often is the case with me, I start with a rough idea but it can take another direction if I happen to cast my eyes upon a particular item lying in my wee craft space.  In this instance I spied a piece of leftover Tando chipboard, with a shape which all of a sudden found the pieces of the puzzle fitting into place and I knew I had the perfect Lynne Perrella stamp to work with, the design of the stamp echoing the shape of the Tando piece.
The theme was carried throughout with each element having a symbolism and significance to the piece as a whole.  I so enjoyed working on this piece for PaperArtsy. This is a little snippet.deconstructionlynnemoncrieffIf I haven’t visited your blogs or chatted for a while then know it is because the enforced time away from all continues and can only hope that it isn’t too long before I am able to catch-up with all of you.  Know how much I appreciate your visits and if you happen to be curious about my PaperArtsy blog post then that is wonderful especially as it was such an enjoyable process creating this for their Deconstruction theme. The tutorial can be viewed HERE.
Wishes
Lynne

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