Over on the Altered Element Blog I have an advent calendar project which I made for my November guest spot. Sadly since I made it, Lynne has announced her decision to close. I feel so sad as she has been the most wonderful person imaginable to work for, and has managed to source the kind of goodies I had only dreamed of, and some I didn't know I wanted but now know exist. Where will we go now? I will let Lynne make the announcement in her own words here, but suffice it to say I hope very much that there are happier times ahead for her.
Thursday, 11 November 2010
Posted by Lucy Edmondson at 18:47
Labels: Advent Calendar, Altered Element
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That is very sad news indeed. I went to have a look at your advent calendar over there and it is positively stunning! So many wonderful details. So very charming, and a keepsake forever!ReplyDelete
What a shame! Your advent calendar is just stunning. Wonderful!ReplyDelete
I love your advent calendar, am just popping over to have a look. Annette xReplyDelete
Beautiful advent calendar! Love all the little details!ReplyDelete
Lucy, this is gorgeous :))ReplyDelete
What a simply fantastic advent piece Lucy....sorry to hear that another craft shop is closing too !!ReplyDelete
Lucy, this is drop dead gorgeous! A fabulous piece of christmas art! Hope I get to see it in the flesh when I come over! xxReplyDelete
Lucy. You already know my enthusiastic response on seeing this lol. A labour of love which shines through. Lynne x (sent a card to you earlier this week)ReplyDelete
This has got to be the best Advent calender I've ever seen - even without the chocolate, lol. Very sad about AE. xxReplyDelete
This is absolutely gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
I'm sad about the shop closing too, she will be missed, but you've done her proud with this piece, its stunning xReplyDelete
Hi Lucy - this is beautiful. Jo showed it to me (printout) a while ago but I avoided coming looking as I wanted to do my own which I have had two years! Eek!ReplyDelete
I can appreciate it more than ever now that I have worked on my own, such tiny apertures.
Beautiful work as always from your talented hands.