Beautiful Dreamer @ That’s Crafty!

Hello
Sunday rolls around once more and it is my designated day of the week for sharing a D.T. project at the That’s Crafty! Blog.
For this week, I worked with a new product for me to play with for the collage on MDF panel, as always all details of supplies and instructions can be seen at the Blog post, HERE.

Have a lovely day.
Wishes
Lynne

The Storms of Life @ That’s Crafty!

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Yesterday, over at the That’s Crafty Blog, I am sharing my first D.T. project for this new year.
This is a detail from the project, my first ink up of a PaperArtsy Mini designed by Seth Apter.All details in the Blog post at That’s Crafty!
Thank you for your visit.
Wishes
Lynne

Nesting @ That’s Crafty!

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Today, I am sharing a new D.T. project for That’s Crafty! over at their Blog.
This week, I worked with a That’s Crafty! MDF ATB, this photo is only a peek at a detail on the project. As always, many more details within the That’s Crafty! Blog post, HERE.
Thank you for visiting.
Wishes
Lynne

My Story. A Collage @ That’s Crafty!

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This morning, over at the That’s Crafty! Blog, I am sharing a new project.
This is just a teeny detail from the collage, the full project with supplies, instructions and photos over at That’s Crafty!
Thank you for taking the time to stop by.
Wishes
Lynne

You Have Permission: A Handmade Book @ That’s Crafty!

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Recently, I shared a project over at That’s Crafty Blog, a handmade book.
I have shared a quick video of the Slit Book on my Instagram page and Facebook. Details on how I set about making this book can be seen HERE.
Thank you to so many of you who have already viewed the book or left comments on my Instagram, it is always greatly appreciated.
Kindest Wishes
Lynne

Mark Making with That’s Crafty Pearl Ink: A Handmade Book

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I am sharing a new book over at the That’s Crafty blog.
This book was the opportunity for me to make some marks with That’s Craft Pearl Ink.
Here is a peek at the book but sharing lots of photos over at the That’s Crafty blog and I will be sharing, on my Instagram and Facebook pages, video flip through of the book.
The blog post can be seen HERE.
Thank you for your visit.
Wishes
Lynne

The Beauty of Life: A Triptych @ That’s Crafty!

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I shared a project over at the That’s Crafty Blog, working with several of their own products to make a nature inspired triptych.
This sees it folded into a triangle shape but I have shared many photos over that the Blog, showing it displayed in different ways.
If you would like to view the blog post, please visit HERE.
Wishes
Lynne

The Shell Seeker @ That’s Crafty!

Hello
Over at the That’s Crafty Blog, I am sharing a new D.T. project.
I also chat about the inspiration for this project.
Thank you always for visiting and if you would like to view the Blog post, it is HERE.
Wishes
Lynne

Stretch Your Wings And Fly: Pendants (Somerset Studio)

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This is another re-wind post, sharing two pendants which were published in Sept/Oct 2018 Somerset Studio, two Mixed Media pendants which had focal elements of a word (Red Lead stamp), stamped onto birch tree bark, with an application of ICE Resin.I worked with all I had to hand, including some beads which were re-cycled from broken jewellery and the stamped birch tree bark was layered onto suede which was from an old suede skirt. Packaged with re-cycled corrugated cardboard with one of my Affirmations stamped onto scrap calico.  Wings…the second pendant.You can see that this pendant is a variation on the first onewith similar style of packaging. Thank you for taking the time to visit this post.
Wishes
Lynne

Learning to Fly (Somerset Studio)

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I am winding back the clock to the Sept/Oct 2018 issue of Somerset Studio, when at that time, I had the lovely surprise, of this submission, featured as a Spotlight.
I remember at the time, the inspiration for this project and another which I am sharing in this post, were the fabulous Greyboard Wings from That’s Crafty and their Art Shrines. With beautiful image of a young woman from Red Lead, I had the possibility of giving her wings, outsized wings which would enable me to attach chain, suspended from a tree branch.Although there is a strong nature element to this hanging shrine, it is also an Affirmation.  The shrine is trying to convey the spirit of a person, most especially when that person doesn’t see what is actually within them, almost blind to their own spirit and what they are capable of.PaperArtsy Frescos enabled me to bring a speckled appearance to the RELICS & ARTIFACTS Imperial Egg, nestling inside the Art Shrine. 
The twin to this shrine, has the message of “Fly, Soar”, almost saying to the young woman from the first shrine, you have the spirit with you, this is now time for you to fly, for you to soar.  The light catching the wing.At the time of working on the shrines, I was not conscious until setting them side by side, viewing them as twins, possibly a subconscious nod to Gemini.  Side by side, they could be viewed that it is one side of the personality, nudging the other side, supporting it, shoring it up to say you are able to achieve anything, believe in yourself.
Thank you always for the visits you make to my Blog.
Wishes
Lynne

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