Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Star Shrine


Hello blog friends, No I haven't fallen off the face of the earth, but sometimes feels like it.
I can't believe its been over a week since I posted!!!! 
I've had tons of things to share just no free time to do it.

This time of year some gardens are the STAR of the show.
Keeping that in mind
I did a little project with the Star Shrine from 
I used the new stamp images from Oxford Impressions
Jane's Garden
A beautiful collection of spring inspired stamps and every gardener's dream.


I hope to be catching up with you all very soon.

29 comments:

bobbie said...

Beautiful! I love the curly wires...

Netty said...

Glad to hear you haven't fallen off the edge of the earth.........loving your star make. Hugs Annette x

misteejay said...

Such a lovely creation Lynn - beautiful.

Toni xx

Jo said...

fabulous project ... i have missed your posts ... so glad to see you have not dissappeared!!!

artwolf2009 said...

what a beautiful idea

Vada said...

WOW!!! And double WOW!!
To Die For, Love This Lynn.
Hugs Vada

Sarah said...

Oh, how pretty! I love the subtle colors and the little bees zipping around.
Have missed seeing your work but know how life does seem to get in the way.

Redanne said...

Your shrine is gorgeous, I love the rich colours and the flowers are so beautiful.... Hugs, Anne x

Ann said...

this is gorgeous!!!

Terry said...

I believe this may be the first time I have seen a "star" shrine and I just love it! Such rick colors and what a great sentiment! Hope you had a little time off over Memorial Day weekend to just relax! Hugs, GF!

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Hi Lynn, love,your star shrine, the backing is gorgeous and that sentiment is just perfect . Beautifully embellished. Tracy x

Valerie-Jael said...

Beautiful piece, love the stamps, too! Take care of yourself! Valerie

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Know what you mean. In my situation - lots going on, but in my case most is not blog material.
Hope you enjoyed your weekend.

Katalina Jewelry said...

Love your star shine, Lynn!

PeggyR said...

This is lovely.

Donna, Doni, Lady D said...

Love what you've done with the tin star - very innovative. The quote adds a perfect touch. Can't see what you've got back stage. Thanks for dropping into my blog, I know how busy you are! xoDonna

Sophie said...

Ein Stern, was für eine schöne Idee...
Das sieht traumhaft aus, Lynn.

Liebe Grüße von Sophie

Daniele said...

missed you Lynn, another star performance with your gorgeosu creation
hugs

bev said...

This is beautiful Lynn!! Thank you for sharing this wonder idea.

Hugs ♥

Brenda Brown said...

What a lovely way to create a shrine Lynn, so cleverly put together and with gorgeous colours. Sorry I have also been mia since my holiday, just catching up on DT work and trying to fit everything in like you.
Take care.
hugs {brenda} x0x

Artfully Musing said...

What a lovely piece!

Anita Houston said...

Great star!!! Love all the points, and the floral design! Love the items of it too, and the sentiment...just so original and FUN!

2amscrapper said...

This is beautiful, Lynn!

Laura Turner said...

Love it! Your 3-D is always interesting and unique. Welcome back from the edge of the aarth! :-)

Laura from Sunday View

Linda R said...

I haven't been around much either.. I haven't even logged onto my computer in a week and a half. Its nice to be back here in blogland looking at your gorgeous creation my friend.

Hugs~

Createology said...

I can't keep up either as I think the world is spinning ever faster with all this 24/7 technology we live amongst. Star Shrine is beautiful! Blissful Creating Dear...

Annie said...

Hi Lynn....this is a beautiful make. I love all the elements and especially the sentiment.

Crafty hugs
Annie x

Marva said...

Oh this is cool! I love OI stamps!!!!

Linda said...

This is really beautiful!

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