It's Kianel with you here today to show you what i made with my wonderful dies!!!
Well i used the "french flair" again to make the base of my card and mixed it with various dies from the huge sortiment that CHEERY LYNN DESIGNS offers.
I just love to play with different layers on my cards and those dies are just perfect for that!
So here is my card:The base of the card is made with the biggest of the "french scalloped flare" Stacker nesting dies that i also embossed and painted/ inked. I then used the biggest of the "french flare" stacker nesting dies and embossed it to cut around the embossed inner part of the die.
I used the dies "bird on a branch 2 " (but without the bird) and "snowflakes" from the winter dies collection. I inked and painted them. i kept what was left of the paper i cut snowflakes from and used it as a mask to decorate my background with paint and inks.
After that i prepared another layer:
To prepare my frame i used the medium die of "scalloped circle" stacker nesting die and then placed in the center a smallest "circle plain style" stacker nesting die. Then i used the "lattice 2" frame die. In the center of that diecut, i placed the medium "scalloped circle" i used for the frame and cut it out. I inked and painted all those dies and then glued them together and put some 3D pads under.
For the sentiment, i used a stamp that fit perfectly in "french flare" little stackers nesting dies. I inked and painted it too and put several layers of 3D pads under it.
Then i decorated my card with painted stamps and flowers that i worked together with the dies of the snowflakes and branches and voilà!!!
Here are the dies i have used (click on the pictures to get directly to products):
"french flare" stackers nesting dies + "french scalloped flare"
"circle" stackers nesting dies + "circle scalloped" stackers nesting dies
" lattice 2" frame
"french flare" little stackers nesting dies
I really hope you've enjoyed this card and don't forget to come everyday to discover the amazing creations of my team mates! See you next week, love from France, Kianel.