Friday, June 29, 2018

New Products Finally! Carriage Clock and Fairy Doors!

Good Morning Everyone and Happy Friday!

I apologize for not being on social media lately.  I've been trying to get back in the regular flow of life.  It's weird...I literally did not go into my studio for two weeks.  The loss of someone you love, I guess, affects us in strange ways.  But...Good News!  I missed the studio so much and decided to de-clutter and wanted a new fresh organized studio.  After two days and (15) forty gallon trash bags later,  I had it cleaned up and as you would now, the creativity started to flow!  Ahhhhhh!

So, I basically missed June projects but trying to catch up...This is what I came up with...All with a French Flair this month.  Loving this months chipboard project too...but first two new Fairy Lane Doors for all my collector's...FUN...

Fairy Lane # 121 French Door

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Fairy Lane #122- Double French Doors

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Now this month's paper project...

The French Carriage Clock

This is an awesome French Carriage Clock that has been laser cut from chipboard. I honestly love looking over at it sitting on a table in my house. Great decorative piece...It looks like it came from a fancy clock shop. It's a blast to make and I hate to use the word honestly again, but honestly easy to make! The clock looks like it has a moon phase section to it at the top and is packed with details...Graphic 45 Lion pulls on each side, Graphic 45 feet, wooden dowel accents on the front, quartz clock battery movement, wooden moon, decorative scroll pieces for the front, cool chipboard handle and all covered in Authentique's Alpine Collection! This would make an AWESOME gift too!

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I want to personally take a moment and THANK YOU all for the emails, mail, phone calls and Facebook messages during this difficult time.  Your prayers and support have been amazing and very uplifting...So thanks again!

The Gentleman Crafter

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