Morning/ Afternoon/ Evening Cheery Lynn fans, Tamara here and welcome to Thursday. Very nearly the weekend and only 5 more days until the exciting May Release Day (Tuesday 15th May). Sshhh... I'll let you into a little secret.. all the new dies are simply gorgeous!!!
Right back to my inspiration for today. You may have noticed that I love to create easel cards. Making shape easels are so easy using Cheery Lynn Dies. This week is a first for me a Coved Rectangle Easel card. It turned out so well don't know why I haven't made one before...
Cheery Lynn Dies I used
Coved Rectangle XL Stackers (Purple ones), XL Scalloped Circle Stackers, Mini Exotic Butterflies, Miniature Roses, Medium Roses, Large Roses, Judy's Blooms, Lace Rose and Flourishes, SM Circle window Stackers, Reflection Dies - Lace Square Heart, Queen Anne's Lace Border, Fanciful Flourish, Dancing Doily Lace Border, Crafter' s Tools
I was so happy with the way this card turned out and with the colours that I used. I think the
greens and pinks go really well with the touch of brown.
I have carried the checked paper through to the flowers and added a sprinkle of glitter. Just peeping out from behind the flowers is that gorgeous Lace Rose and Flourishes die. I cut the rose off and just used the flourishes. I really wanted to used the rose so I placed it peeping out from behind the image. So I got two dies for the price of one.. lol
This flower I have teamed it up with the Judy's Blooms die and the Roses sprinkled with glitter.
The inside of the easel card, love how this all came together..
Thanks for visiting me today hope you liked the coved easel card. Don't forget to visit and enter into our challenge this week over on the Challenge Blog. Our theme is "Shades of Purple" with a chance to win a $20 Coupon to shop in the Cheery Lynn Store. Also remember to check out the Inspirations blog every day as one of the design team will have a new project to show you with new ways to use Cheery Lynn's fantastic Dies
Other Craft Items
Magnolia Stamps, Whimsy Sentiment Stamps, Nitwit Papers, Distress inks, Pearls, Brads, Scrim and Ribbon