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Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Another guest artist...

Todays art is from the very talented Lynne Forsythe. Lynne is the Store Manager for Generations of Memories, in New Hampshire. I met her @ the first Ranger U I attended & we have stayed in contact since then. She's a sweetie!

I got to see her several times @ CHA in July and each time we met, we laughed about something...she's a hoot.

Lynne said she's addicted to studio490 leaves... I have to admit...that's my favorite too...(oh and a few more). They can be used on anything!

SO...without further ado...take a look @ Lynne's art, made with studio490 stamps.

I see 6 different stamps used here. I LOVE THIS!!!'s another beauty......using those leaves and the background script stamp on the flowers.

Was I right?? Isn't she TALENTED???

THANKS for sharing your art LYNNE! It's really fun for me to see how each person uses the stamps.

Next stop is Stamper's Cottage, in St. Charles Illinois, for 3 classes this Saturday.

We're making a grungeboard wreathe in one class & the holiday hanging class is really popular, so we're doing that class twice.

Mr & Mrs Stampers Anonymous will be there with a TRUCKLOAD of Stampers Anonymous/studio490 stamps.

A TRUCKLOAD of stamps??

YES!! They actually drive a HUGE semi to the store & park it right there. You shop in the semi & the whole thing is nothing but...RUBBER!!

That MUST be what HEAVEN is like...

Hope to see you there!!


borcherding said...

BEAUTIFUL STUFF!! Holy moly - LOVE them!! So glad I bought that other set and got the leaf too!! Oh, I am itchin' to create this weekend!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Happy Hump Day! :-)

Valonda L. said...

Beautiful work Lynne!

Lisa M .Pace said...

Beautiful projects... it must make you so happy to see projects created using your stamps. Congrats again. I am so happy for you.

Debby said...

Lynne this is creative and wonderful!

I've seen their Truckload at the Art, Stamp and Scrap Shows. It is awesome!

Linda Cain said...

Great Job, Lynne!
Good luck at the classes!

Paula said...

holey cow, a whole truck full of SA stamps...ah, I can just smell the rubberey goodness in there. Too bad I am so far away.