For my Cheery Lynn Designs project today, I decided to create a card using nothing but Cheery Lynn dies. I started with a plum-gray card base 5 7/8" square. To that I added a 5 5/8" panel of Cryogen white paper embossed with my Diamonds and Starburst embossing plate. I love that I can emboss such a large panel without having to seam it together. Next I moved on to my main focal point, starting with my English Tea Party Doily, I die cut a piece of the plum-gray card stock. Next I added a Little Stackers Scallop Circle die, cut from Cryogen white. This fits perfectly inside the center of the doily.
tutorial. So using my 12" Frills and Hearts border, I die cut a plum-gray piece. Then I scored down the center of the hearts and on the points between the hearts. Following Irit's directions, I joined the ends and flattened it, using a smaller Little Stackers Scallop Circle die to glue it in place (both top and bottom) Here is a closeup of the rosette. To create the starburst embellishment on the top of the rosette, I trimmed out the center of my Canadian Kaleidoscope Doily, die cut from the plum-gray card stock. I added a pearl to the center for the perfect finishing touch. I think this would make a fabulous topper for a gift box.
Now it was time to complete the card. I cut another border panel from the plum-gray card stock adding a piece of Cryogen white paper that I added texture to using my Rectangle Large Stitcher plate. This created a border piece for the center of my card. I added some pearls to the four corners of the card and I was done. This card has an amazing amount of texture and dimension. I hope you like it!