Monday, June 25, 2018

Nautical Thank You by Jenny Alia

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Hi friends!  I'm back today sharing a new card.  I seem to be making simpler looking cards lately with less layers and I'm always looking for a way to spice them up.  I love the way CAS cards look when done right but I struggle with them.

This card was made by using the Chevron die as a stencil.  I used different colors of ink sponging  gradually from lighter to darker. Then I mounted the frame I cut using the Rectangle Pierce & Cut die. I cut the center out of the rectangle using the next smaller die in the set.  Thank You was cut twice and glued together for a little more substance.  One of the seahorses was mounted with foam tape for dimension.  The shells were cut out of a cream cardstock.  The main design was then glued to a light blue card.

Cheery Lynn Dies

Thanks for stopping by the blog today!

Friday, June 22, 2018

The Songbird by Julie Lavalette

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Hi Cheery Lynn fans, it’s JULIE here today and I’m sharing a vintage styled card using some papers I picked up recently at a car boot sale, along with a few other bargains.

I started by tattering edges of my base layer and heat embossed some gold powder onto the edges. Adding layers with coordinating papers, a little cheesecloth for a shabby look and my bird with embossing powder also at the edges.

My flowers were all cut out from coordinating papers and shaped on my Embossing mat and stamens added into the centres. I then arranged my floral arrangement onto my card along with leaves and flourishes.

Cheery Lynn Dies Used -
B259 Daisy Strip

Thanks for stopping by today.
Happy Crafting, 

Julie x

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Favorite Peeps with Lisa Blastick

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Hello my favorite peeps! Thanks for stopping by today to check out my latest creation for Cheery Lynn Designs. I was thinking about my sister yesterday when I made this card. When she was a little girl her nickname was "chicks" So every time I see a chicken I think of her....

My son suggested the grey chicken wire....sometimes they stop by my scrap

I added red flowers with gala glitz in the centers and flourishes with orange leaves? Guess you can use your imagination for leaves....I just wanted it match.

A186 Chicken
FRM144 Chicken Wire Fence

Thanks for stopping by today! Have a great week!
Hugs Lisa 

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Retro Signs with Laurie Schmidt

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Hi everyone! Laurie here from Stamping Up North
Today my card features two of Cheery Lynn's dies from the Retro Release. There are 10 dies in this release, and they are all so fun! I find myself reaching for them again and again!

I decided to make a Birthday card for a friend's son who loves robots. I cut out one of the robots from the Robot Buddies set in black and orange. Then I added some silver foil arms and legs. 

Cheery Lynn Designs - Robot Buddies Die Set - 9 Die Set - B942

I also cut out two signs in some fun patterned paper using the Retro Sign die set.

Cheery Lynn Designs - Retro Signs Die Set - 8 Die Set - B945

I stamped and colored the Happy Birthday sentiment and then adhered the signs and robot. I added a few funky stars with enamel dot centers cut out from the same set.

Here's a list of the dies I used:

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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Retro Rocket Card with Cheryl Walker

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Hello Crafty Friends and Happy Tuesday to you all! Today's card features the Retro Rocket die from Cheery Lynn Designs, and a few other fun dies as well.  I thought it would be cute cut out in some of the coordinating design papers I used on my card layers.

To start with, I used a 5 1/2 x 5 1/2" white card base. Next I took some blue scrap card stock pieces and used them for my layering with the design paper pieces. The design paper pieces are also scraps, and I believe they are from the Pebbles Americana Stack.  I layered the Cheery Lynn Pierced Banners using red card stock and the same design paper, and then did the Nesting Doll circle in blue, with a white circle die. I did distress the white circle using red ink and a dabber. The Rocket was cut in another design paper from the stack, and then I colored the pieces that went on it with Copic markers. The rocket was also distressed using red and blue inks on the edges. I did add some Stickles as well. Now the moon is done with a GLOW in the DARK glitter, fun huh!?

Lastly I added a double bow using the Really Reasonable Ribbon May Ribbon Club assortment, and one of their sweet embellishments.

All layers were popped using RRR foam squares. Also I added sewing in red thread.

Cheery Lynn Designs Supplies Used:
Retro Rocket
Pierced Banners
Circle Die
Nesting Doll Circles #2
Best Glue Ever
Big Sister Die cutting machine

Other Supplies:
Really Reasonable Ribbons and embellishment
Glow in the dark glitter
Pebbles paper stack
Copic markers
Club Scrap ink
Tim Holtz ink

Hope you enjoyed todays card, and thank you so much for stopping by!
Hugs to all,

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