The Ancient Woods

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Today, over at the That’s Crafty blog, I found myself taking a gentle walk into The Ancient Woods where I stumbled across a cottage, where a Wise Woman spoke to me of her friends from nature who while away the hours of the day with her.
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The complete project, this is only a peek, can be seen HERE
Hope you are having a lovely Sunday.
Wishes
Lynne

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These Wings Belong To Me

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On Friday, amongst many new releases from That’s Crafty on HOCHANDA, four new Lynne’s Affirmations stamp sets were released.  For my That’s Crafty D.T. post, I am sharing one of the samples I made for HOCHANDA. The sentiment on this project is from one of my latest Affirmation stamp sets.
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If you would like to view the complete project along with instructions, then please visit HERE.
Wishes
Lynne

Learning To Fly

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Sunday morning roles around once more and that signals my DT post for That’s Crafty and sharing a sneaky peek of it with complete project on view HERE.
blogimage3septemberThis week, as with most weeks, my project features some of my very favourite products, many of them from That’s Crafty’s own product range: shrine, greyboard wings and acrylic paint.  Those wings are such beauty, they are from the large wings greyboard sheet which can be bought as an individual sheet or as a set alongside smaller wings and large and small feathers.  It’s clever of That’s Crafty to offer different options for purchasing their greyboard embellishments.
Have a lovely day whether you are managing to grasp the last days of summer or heading straight into Autumn, the scenario where I stay.
Wishes
Lynne

Growing Up

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My regular spot over on the That’s Crafty blog today, this is the sneaky peek of it . blogiimagelynnemoncrieff
if you would like to view the full project and the story behind it, then please, visit HERE.
Thank you for your visit today, enjoy your day.
Wishes
Lynne

Relics & Artifacts with That’s Crafty … A Collaboration

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The collaboration between Relics & Artifacts and That’s Crafty is very special indeed, viewing the inspirational artwork of established artists as they combine R&As with That’s Crafty surfaces/stencils, etc.  It’s a thrill to be a participant of the collaboration with two projects, Sandra and her Ambassadors and Laura, requested I make a project for both of them.
Today, I am sharing my first project at the Muse.  When I was working on this project, I paused because it was a significant moment for me.  Here I happened to be, working on a project with products from two companies, whose products I genuinely adore and believe in and have been combining for a wee while now.  Add to that, I was inking up one of my stamp Affirmations.  For someone who stumbled into stamping, purely looking for another hobby, I could never have imagined where that stumble would lead to.
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The complete project, with inspiration can be seen here, at the Muse.
To see the project made by Nikki, representing the That’s Crafty side of the collaboration, click HERE
Thank You to those of you who are visiting the two daily blog posts and remember, there are two prizes available.
Wishes
Lynne

Creating You (@ That’s Crafty)

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This week over at the That’s Crafty blog, I am sharing another of their recently released Art Shrines.
If you have not seen their Art Shrines, they are available in a variety of styles and also sizes, ranging from Dinky to Extra Large.
If you are interested, then all details including supply list and extra photos, can be seen HERE.
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Many, many thanks for your visit.
Wishes
Lynne

Art House (new product launch @ That’s Crafty)

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That’s Crafty are launching new products at Stitches and I was lucky enough to have the new items to play with, to create samples.
Laura suggested I share the samples as DT projects so I decided to share the first one I made.  Foolishly, I forgot to take dimensions but this is large!  If you own the PaperArtsy EEA alphabet set, it will give you an idea of the proportions of the stamping against the frame of the shrine.
You might believe I would be enthusiastic about the shrines because I am on the That’s Crafty DT and feel obligated to be positive, that is not the case.
The shrines will be available in different sizes so if you wanted a statement piece, then the large shrines will be perfect or you might prefer a cluster of smaller shrines – variety and choice can only be a good thing!  The actual shrines are easy to assemble, no special items required other than your favourite, reliable adhesive (I use Regular Matt Gel Medium). There is generous depth to the shrines, you can see I managed to prop a mini canvas with easel into the shadowbox.
Many new(ish) products appear on this shrine, the full list can be seen HERE.
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All details including more photos can be viewed at the That’s crafty blog.
Thank you for your visit.
Wishes
Lynne

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