Thursday, August 19, 2010

FCD Blog Hop and Candy

So who is ready for a little blog hop and maybe win some blog candy? This hop is being sponsored by FCD
The theme is Inspiring book covers.

Well that was an easy one. I just Love this book Semiprecious Salvage and just look at that cover. I had to have it the first time I laid my eyes upon it and its what has inspired alot of my jewelry pieces.


Its what inspired me to make some of my copper etched pieces. Like the necklace here that uses rubber stamps from FCD  the Women in Character stamps. It hangs from a copper chain with copper beads and a copper butterfly charm.
Or this bracelet using the stamps from the  Theatre Lights plate.
So join on in the hop. Its a circle hop. No beginning and no end. Just start anywhere.  Leave a comment on this post and all posts along the way and Pamela will be picking a surprise Mystery hostess  and use the random # generator to pick the winner from the comments left on that blog and who knows I just may have to add a little blog candy myself. Like maybe one of these pieces!!
Make sure we have a way to contact you.
 The hop runs from 8:00 AM Friday Aug 20th EST to Monday  Aug. 23rd 8:00 PM EST.

The next stop in the hop is Michele B at Just Painting Around


Chris
Lynn (that's me)
Michelle B
Pam
Ursula
Boni
Shelly
You can find more information at FCD



42 comments:

Shelly Schmidt said...

Outstanding! I want to know how- won't you come to my house and we can set up a class like Michelle Zindorf did! Free room and board and I promise to feed you well!!! Love them both- fsabulous!

A Vintage Chic said...

Gorgeous stuff, Lynn! You're involved in so many different mediums...and create such beautiful work in all of them! You're an inspiration, my friend!

Hope you're having a wonderful night!

Julie

Anji Johnston said...

These are fantastic Lynn. Do your talents know no bounds!! I will be hopping on over to the next blog stops for yet more inspiration. Who knows - I may even try to make jewelery one day!

Minxy said...

Thanks for reminding me i have this book, i didn't realize it shows how to etch copper, i'll be getting it out for a read me thinks, your jewelry is stunning btw x

sherryann (aka Sherry Eckblad) said...

Your bracelet is absolutely beautiful. Can't believe you did it with stamps.

Carina said...

Lynn
What are you using as the resist when etching?

Jingle said...

Wow! These are absolutely amazing pieces!!! I would love to see how you create these! They are incredible!

Chrissy D said...

Ohhhh Lynn - this is FANTASTIC!!! Love this medium!

Dana said...

*thud* I have no words for how stunning these pieces are. Your talent is obvious, and your inspiration book looks fab too!

Lillian Child said...

Absolutely stunning creations, Lynn! I've been toying with making a piece of jewelry - you've inspired me to step out of my comfort zone of papercrafting and give the precious metals a try. Have a terrific weekend ahead!

Thebug415 said...

WOW! Great job...and great use of the inspiration. Love the bracelet.

Ursula said...

THAT is so freaking cool!! What a FUN way to use rubber stamps! I love this! Thanks for hopping with us this month, Lynn! :o)

agypsyangel said...

Wow, A blog hopping I will go.
Happy Day to you.
Smiles,
Kim
http://agypsyangel.blogspot.com

Terry said...

You are the queen of creations! Gorgeous pieces! Just love them! Have a great weekend!

Diane Jaquay said...

Your jewelry is just amazing!

2amscrapper said...

WOWZERS!

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Oh Lynn,your pieces are gorgeous!!
And I want that book lol.Thanks for sharing.Have a wonderful weekend.
Hugs,
Marie

LynnF said...

Your work gets more fabulous, beautiful, wonderful...there aren't enough adjectives, Lynn! I'm always thrilled when I visit your blog! Standing O from me! LynnF

Anita said...

Amazing!

pennyd said...

Beautiful, amazing pieces! That's all I can say...

email: Steph@SimonSaysStamp.com said...

Oh wow! These are so cool! I love how unique they are - great treasures :)

Thanks so much for joining the Simon Says Stamp & Show!!

-Sarah

Tracy Evans said...

Wow wow your pieces of jewellery are fantastic, so different and that's what I like about them they are so individual. Wish you lived closer you could show me how you made them. Have a lovely evening, Tracy Evans x

Vicki Romaine said...

Your jewelry is beautiful. I especially like the necklace. I love Blog Hops and look forward going to see what each gal has made.

she dreams big! said...

What CAN'T you create? Constantly in awe here.

Just a reminder - pick me, pick me!

Cheryl said...

Oh wow! These are fantastic!

wwilloww said...

Honestly Lynn, I want to be you when I grow up!! I seem to love everything you do!! Those jewelry pieces are gorgeous!!!

FireCracker082 said...

STUNNING pieces Lynn!! my goodness!!

Diana said...

These are great.........you are such a talented person......tfs
dj_enns@yahoo.com

kathy s said...

I love your jewellery and this book looks amazing- can see why you use it for inspiration-thanks for sharing

Jill said...

Your etched jewelry is wonderful--AND, I have that book! I agree it's full of great ideas and techniques. ...haven't tried any yet...maybe you've inspired me to get it out!
jrruskamp@msn.com

Jo said...

that is wonderful etched jewellery!

Christine said...

These are beautiful! I didn't know you could do that with rubberstamps.

xx

Lindsay Weirich said...

those bracelets look amazing Lynn!

Bonibleaux Designs said...

Girl I am totally amazed by your jewelry pieces and that you incorporated the FCD stamps is PHENOM!!!

Totally impressed here!

Martina2801 said...

Lynn, you`re such a talented artist! Congrats on these awesome pieces and also thanks for your favourable comments on my blog. I love your style!

SmilynStef said...

Wow ... gorgeous jewelry ... You never cease to amaze me.

Linda Robinson said...

These are wonderful.. You are so so talented.. Hugs, Linda

CuddlyBunny said...

Whooee! Gorgeous creations! Love the etched copper!

The Paper Princess said...

Lovely job Lynn!

Ramona
http://create-with-joy.blogspot.com

kc_froglady said...

these jewelery pieces are gorgeous!

Gaby Bee said...

Your bracelet is absolutely stunning. You never cease to amaze me, Lynn!

purplepaint said...

Hey Lynn! These are fabulous! I have this book too! I have had a chance to try this out, one of my sets came out really thin, left it in the acid too long. I haven't finished them up yet, still need to oxidize them and polish and file them...

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