Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Falling Behind

So its already mid October and I haven't
 posted half of the Halloween things I've made yet.
How did that happen?
Life has gotten in the way a bit  again. 
So some catching up is in order.

For the MAMA group I made my first ever altered Charlotte doll
Well the head anyway. LOL
She's made from pine cones in various sizes.
The bodice is a basket I wove.
Frolicking in the forest with her Owl Friends

True Love Lasts Forever

Next up a Halloween card featuring Oxford Impressions
New Halloween Images.

I made these awhile ago for a
Halloween ATC swap.
Halloween Marie.
Images ,cat and Eiffel tower from 

Thank you for sticking with me! 


Brenda Brown said...

Fabulous projects Lynne, I particularly love your altered Charlotte doll, so clever and the skeleton couple is great fun. Always love your Halloween pieces.
hugs {brenda} x0x

Silvia said...

Hello Lynn

I love your altered doll. She is just great.

greetings Silvia

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

WOW that altered Charlotte is amazing, I love her woven body and the use of pinecones is inspired. She is perfect. Love your card and ATC's too. You have been so busy, I love them all. Tracy x

Anonymous said...

Don't worry as I am in the same boat, haven't posted any Danse Macabre samples onto my Blog.
The Charlotte doll has been completely transformed - only you could do this, Queen of Halloween.
You never, ever disappoint but especially when it comes to Halloween creations.

Valerie-Jael said...

Lovely stuff, my fave is true love lasts for ever, but the pine cone witch is also hard to beat! Hugs, Valerie

Jaimie said...

The altered doll is incredible! Love the natural feel and the owls are great! beautiful work!

Okio B Designs said...

Better late then never! Your pieces are adorable!


newfiecrafter(Marilyn) said...

Love all your projects especially the doll she's so cute . What a great idea on how to use pinecones . May try one since I have lots in my yard.
Thanks for sharing .

PeggyR said...

Love what you did!

artwolf2009 said...

can´t believe it´s your first, just fab

bobbie said...

You wove that basket??? I LOVE it!
Hugs ~

Sarah said...

You may be behind but you are still ahead of me.
Really like that True Love Lasts Forever!

Diane said...

Fabulous altered doll and so much detail. Don't worry, I think almost everybody can relate - there's just too much that we try to do. Diane

Shelly Schmidt said...

What a fab altered Charlotte Doll- OMG- one day I want to be like you- I would never have an idea to create like this with a pine cone body and a hand woven basket for starters....! Wonderful ATCs too!

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Amazing projects,Lynn.Love the true love lasts forever:)

Laura Turner said...

Can it REALLY be almost Halloween? At least you've MADE things. I am still behind in crafting. Your work is wonderful as usual. I really have to play with some Charlotte dolls!
Have a beautiful weekend.


Terry said...

Lynn, you always do some incredible Halloween projects! Love them all. I do love the woven bodice!!! Happy Weekend! Hugs!

misteejay said...

Life has a way of doing that; doesn't it!

Fabulous creations. The piece using the 'charlotte' doll is super. I love the colours and all the bit-n-pieces that you have used.

Toni xx

Christine said...

Of course you wove the basket! Is there anything you can't do?

Lovely creations!!!

Daniele said...

wonderful projects again to inspire Lynne, love the doll with her cone body

Evelyn S. said...

Oh good grief! Your mind never quits, does it??? Time for me to bring out my "Lynn-Halloween-piece" of a few years ago! :-)

Kikka N said...

there is somebody else with you in the same boat what comes into visiting blogs and halloween... ;) but you know why!
You have done wonderful Art again, amazing projects! Love the sceleton pair :) wit the idea of love forever!

Terri said...

All three projects are fabulous Lynn.
I love those skeleton stamps you used. And your altered charlotte doll is wonderful!

Marjie Kemper said...

What gorgeous Halloween creations, Lynn. That Charlotte is astounding!!

Jo said...

your Charlotte doll is amazing ... and i do mean amazing ... your creativity is just boundless!!!

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