Hi and Good Morning everyone,

Itr's Judy here today sharing another card as Guest Designer for Cheery Lynn for the month of August.   

I decided to try and stretch my imagination with different ways to use the Cheery Lynn dies that I have.  I just love this frame and came up with this shaped card.  I have made one of these before but just used c6 plain rectangles.  I love the effect it has achieved using the frames and hope you do too.

The Magic Moonlight  image is centralised onto the Fiona's Magic Mirror Frame FRM140  The top inside edges are edged with the Anastasia Border B136  and I have added Frantage after first inking the frame and edges with Tim Holtz Distressing ink.

The two central inside panels have a pocket into which is placed  two Vintage Tags  These pockets are embellished with Ambergris Tiny Doilies DL245

And finally the flowers are made up using the  Chrysanthemum Strip B311  and  Build a Flower #1 B181 dies and these have been inked too.  I had such fun making this.

Cheery Lynn  dies used:  

Fiona's Magic Mirror Frame FRM140 
Anastasia Border B136   
Ambergris Tiny Doilies DL245
Chrysanthemum Strip B311
Build a Flower #1 B181 

Magic Moonlight image coloured  Items from stash

I do hope you find time to pop over to the Cheery Lynn Blog 
where there is lots of very talented inspiration to be had, plus a fabulous Challenge too.

Thank you for looking,

Judy x 


  1. Really, really beautiful. I would never have thought to use the frame like that! Very inspiring project!

  2. A very beautiful project, love the look of the Magic Mirror frame!

  3. Thank you so much for your lovely comments. These meanso much to me and it inspires me to do another one in the same shape but very different in colourand detail. Judy x

  4. Oh wow Judy, I'm in awe. This card is absolutely gorgeous and how you've used the frame is magnificent. Fantastic details and design! "Hugs" Carol


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