Rock On!

Hi! It's Gini here and I had the opportunity a couple of weeks ago to attend a concert by Gary Sinese and the Lt. Dan Band. It really made for a great evening and all of the proceeds go to buy medical equipment for wounded Veterens. It was really a touching evening, and just had to share it in a         12 x 12 layout.

I see tons of sketches now with a fish-tailed banner, and instead of just having straight lines, I used the negative side from one of the Lace Corner sets. It added a little extra design element. Look at the purple mat behind the main photo, and you can see I used the Foliage Embossing Plate to create a subtle design.
I love how many tons of flowers you can make by combining all of the Cheery Lynn Designs Build a Flowers (and there are more on the way!)
Can you believe the carnation and the pansy were both made from the Build a Flower 2 Set? Such great versatility! The Daisy was made with the Stacker Flower 2. I used the Embellishment 2 for the Pansy centers.

The Clematis was made with the Build a Flower 1. So many flowers and these won't wilt!
Thanks for stopping by today! If you are ready to get out your Cheery Lynn Designs dies, why don't you play along in our week's challenge of Keeping in Krafty (use Kraft paper). We would love to see what you create!
Patterned Papers: DCWV - Bouquet De Fleur
May Arts Ribbons: 1.5" Twill Stripe; Satin-Reversible
American Crafts Thickers
Webster's Pages Sparklers
Flower Soft


  1. Wow!! What a memory seeing the Lt Dan Band!! Love the layout!! Awesome use of dies!

  2. Love your use of both the positive and negative of the dies, this is a FABULOUS LO! Wonderful job and perfect tribute for the VA concert. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Wow that is a blast from the Wonderful sweetie

  4. Lucky you! What a great time that must have been at the Lt. Dan Band concert! Great layout for a great memory!

  5. What a fun layout!! your flowers are FAB!!


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