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Wednesday, November 5, 2014

What's on YOUR Workdesk Wednesday #283!

Yup, It's Wednesday here in Carstairs, Alberta, Canada and I'm sharing my workspace AGAIN with The Stamping Grounds WOYWW#283!  I love this shot I got because you can see my workspace in front of me, my studio behind me and you can see ME! Grin

I am super excited this past week to be working at my own pace on my own stuff (which means NO DEADLINES and NO Design Team projects) and it is amazing to me what my creative soul is producing without the limitations of someone else's needs.  Here are just a few of the canvasses I am working on this week:

a patchwork quilted heart... I need a quote for this one;
a super-textured heart canvas... I think this one is finished now; and
This canvas which has been gessoed over and started again twice... but that I think I might be close to being finished. This is my attempt at using a glue gun to create the trunks and branches of trees... I love feeling the bumpy lumpys of this one!

I tend to have a few projects going at the same time because I hate waiting for stuff to dry but I HAVE to allow the proper amount of drying time or I will ruin my work... so I just start on a second project and then a third canvass and so on and so on until I end up with THIS... A basket full of backgrounds!
 
all sitting and waiting for that inspirational Ah Ha! moment when I pair the canvas with something... like these Prima dolls...



... Now all I need are the right quotes!

Thanks for stopping by today to see what I am doing.. and please DO leave me a comment if you are liking what you are seeing!

PS... for those of you that wanted to know about Truth Cards and how my 30 Prima doll tags are coming along... I hope to have these posts done up for next week!!!

Cheers!
Scrapbook Lynne


14 comments:

  1. Holy crow, Lynne! Your canvases are all so amazing! You have such an incredible crafty talent!

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  2. I love every cm of your work!!! I must meet you soon and see it all in real, pretty please! Awesomeness pure!

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  3. Wow! I love the addition of the Prima Dolls to the canvases. You've been a very busy crafter. :-) April #73

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  4. Hi Lynne...oh my your canvases are fabulous, love the bright colours and how you combine with stamps and the hot glue trees is super. Cheers and enjoy your week RobynO#39

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  5. What a wonderful place to work, especially as you have some 'me' time available right now. Your art work is gorgeous. Have a lovely week, Chris # 7

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  6. WOW those are amazing I love them all. I also have works in progress Anita #42 woyww

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  7. Wow! Amazing work and your studio is divine. #63

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  8. Wow, I absolutely LOVE those canvases! They all look amazing! Great shot of your studio, too! Thank you so much for your visit and lovely comment! zsuzsa @ InkyDinkyDoodle

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  9. Hi Lynne re your question about my gelli print - I used Daler Rowney fine grain cartridge paper. i have also used copy paper but have bought the 100gm weight as the normal one is too light. I've seen people use deli paper but as I can't get any where I live I used some Daler Rowney Layout paper its very light weight at 45gm and does tend to wrinkle but I like that to use on canvases to add texture. Oh and the reason I have Daler Rowney is because it was on offer at Hobby craft :).

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  10. WOW, Lynne!! Your creative space is Awesome!! And your collection of canvases is wonderful! Having all of those finished backgrounds just waiting for your muse to strike is a really good idea! XOXO-Shari

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  11. What gorgeous pieces! Here's a quilt for you - "Our lives are like quilts - bits and pieces, joy and sorrow, stitched with love." not sure the author. Love all your colourful backgrounds!

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    1. Beverly THANK YOU! this is perfect and I think I am going to use it and give YOU the credit!

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  12. Awesome canvases! . I suppose the quilt is my fav. I love them all really. Yes, the Prima dolls look really lovely.
    Sorry I'm so late in commenting. I like to comment on all of the posts but there just aren't enough hours in the day...
    Thank you for letting me look over your shoulder.
    Have a good week.
    Lisca#28

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  13. Ooh what a lovely lot of colourful backgrounds. Love the prima dolls. Hugz

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