18 June 2009

Books and Inks

Just been doing a bit of blog hopping and over at flutterbycrafter my friend Ann's blog there are some lovely pics of Ava and one of me but we will not talk about that one!! lol

Ann has been helping me in the studio recently and has been busying making some new projects ready for up and coming workshops. Look at this fantastic house book made using Paper Artsy papers and the new Crowns and Castles stamps.

I love the metal work on the castles and the little key.

This castle is fantastic and my absolute favorite stamp out of this range. I have plans for it in Ava's book as a pink fairy castle.

There is just so much attention to detail in this book little doors which open an acetate page...

Ann has used Copics to colour all the stamped images.

Dates for the house book workshop to follow.

There are a few places left on Tuesday evening for the alcohol inks class 7pm -9pm.

Issue 5 of Creative Cardmaking has arrived today and the free papers are designed by Craftwork cards and they are fabulous.

We now have the Gypsy market paper range in stock from 7 Gypsies along with lot of other goodies.


  1. Fantastic book Lynne. Some of my favourite stamps. Love how they have been used to make a book. I've a CJ doing the rounds at the moment with the same house stamp on the front!

    Both classes look fabby. This is the part where I feel sad for not living nearer. Hope you all have fun.

    Best wishes for a lovely weekend. Gez.xx

  2. the book looks just as lovely as in real life.. and I still neeeeed that stamp set!!!

    Well done Ann.. and the photo of you Lynne is lovely! Proud Granny!

  3. The house book looks fab on the blog, must sign up for the class! The pictures and Ann's blog are as beautiful as always (never seen a bad one yet of cute little Ava xx

  4. Great photos of the book. Had a look at it last night, even better in the flesh. Have to book onto that class. Enjoyed my first scrapbooking class last night, Thankyou. Love Sandra x


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