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Mackintosh design

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“Stencilling Mackintosh”, Glasgow roses in the Mackintosh church for the West end Festival

It was over 20 years ago that I discovered my two loves… Stencilling and a Rose but not any rose … This one comes from Glasgow and was designed at the turn of the 20th century by a tale…

12 Art Deco Mackintosh Glasgow Rose Digital Stencil Templates SVG DXF Vector Files Mylar Cutting Laser Cricut Download JS-130

"Art Deco Charles Rennie Mackintosh Glasgow Rose Stencil Digital Templates - vector and raster digital files to use for your crafting projects. These are digital templates, no physical stencils will be sent. You can use these templates to make your own Mylar film stencils to decorate furniture, wood boxes, walls, cakes, cookies etc. You will receive this set in 5 file formats: SVG (12 vector files - unlimited resizing with no quality loss) EPS (vector file - unlimited resizing with no…

Stained glass Glasgow Rose earrings

Charles Rennie Mackintosh and many of his contemporaries used a rose design that came to be known as the "Glasgow rose". It's a simplified rose design, which I discovered worked really well for these stained-glass style wire earrings, which are quite simple to make! You'll need: Thin silver-coloured wire Nail polish in a red or pink colour (I used Bordeaux by Essie) Earring wires A pair of jewellery pliers would be useful, but not essential, as, if the wire is thin enough, you can bend it…

Charles Rennie Mackintosh Roses,mackintosh Abstract Rose Throw Pillow by Olivia-One

Accent cushions with original art, for that instant zhuzh factor in any room Decorative and durable 100% spun polyester cover with an optional polyester fill/insert Full-color double-sided design printed for you when you order Concealed zip opening for a clean look and easy care Machine washable For a plump finish, use an insert/fill that is bigger than the cover

Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh Margaret Mc Donald on Pinterest Charles Rennie

Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh (5 November 1864 7 January 1933) was a Scottish artist whose design work became one of the defining features of the Glasgow Style during the 1890s. Born Margaret Macdonald, at Tipton, near Wolverhampton, her father was a colliery manager and engineer. Margaret and h