Saturday, April 13, 2013

By The Sea *GDT Cheery Lynn Designs*

Hi...Happy Saturday! It's Lisa back again guest designing with a new card for Cheery Lynn Designs using more fabulous diecuts! Since, I had some store credit for designing this month, here are a few of the beautiful dies I received just a few days ago. It is soooo hard to chose a few when I want them all! I have been in this beach mood lately, but I didn't want to use the same old beach theme colors like blues and oranges. So I chose red...after all it is my favorite color and I just love those red beach chairs that you sometimes see at resorts. 


I wanted to use a window and I love the beautiful fancy scroll work on top. This die is called "Window A" and the possibilities with this die are limitless. The doily in the background called "French Pastry" is one that I have wanted for a very long time because I use doilies so often for many of my projects and now I can make it in different colors to match perfectly. :)


The flowers are part of the stacker collection and this one is "Stacker Flower #2" I was happily surprised to see the size of them...I was thinking that they would be a bit smaller....I'm so glad they were larger than I thought. :) I cut up the "Fanciful Flourish" in a couple pieces to layer the greenery a bit. I then added some real shells. The stamped images are from Heartfelt Creations it is part of their new collection this month. Last but not least, I added a tiny tag with a sentiment printed from my computer.


Hope you enjoy the rest of your day and weekend. I will be attending a local scrapbook convention today and hope to buy more new Cheery Lynn Designs Dies....Love them! 
Maybe see you there! 
Hugs, Lisa

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3 comments:

  1. Very pretty Lisa...Such bright cheery color!!!

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  2. Fabulous scene, Lisa! Love the window, and such a neat idea with the shells.

    Hugs,

    - Jenn

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