Wednesday, July 27, 2011

# Borders # flowers

Cheery Lynn Designs Stained Glass Peace

One of the new releases from Cheery Lynn Designs this month is the Lace Peace Frame.  I wanted to see if I could make it look like stained glass.


I started by cutting out 2 of the Peace frames from black card stock.  Using spray adhesive, I added a piece of vellum to the back of one of the frames.  Using Memento dye ink markers, I colored in the back side of the frame to make it look like stained glass.  Again using spray adhesive, I added the second frame to the back of the vellum.  I trimmed the frame down to an A2 size, 4.25 x 5.5 inches, then created an easel card base.  I used the new Lace Lights Decoration Border to create the cross piece on the card, adding a Poinsettia and a sentiment backed with a Scalloped Cove Rectangle panel.

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10 comments:

  1. Very, very pretty!!! Love the stain glass look!! The easel card is perfect for this!! The new Lace Lights Border is a must too!

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  2. Very very pretty Sandy! LOVE The colors on this tooo :)
    Hugs!!

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  3. What a beautiful design Sandy!

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  4. That is gorgeous! The cool thing about this die is that it is the same upside down as it is right side up. It still says Peace either way.

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  5. Sandy this card is stunning. Love it!

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  6. Sandy: your card is beautiful and sooo elegant! I really love that die, lol!
    Love from France, Kianel.

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