Tuesday, July 14, 2015

# Build A Flower #1 # Card Maker Rectangle Classic

Wish You Were Here by Karen Maldonado


Hello Cheery Lynn friends, Karen Here sharing this shabby card with you today!

Let's start by using the Fiona's Magic Mirror die for the base of the card, 
and then use the Card Maker Rectangle Classic right on top using
the polka-dot designer papers!  You'll notice that the embossing of the
Fiona's Magic Mirror really stands out, and here is how I did this...
Die cut on ivory card stock, then use some Black Soot Distress Stain.
Right away, you'll notice how the stain only stays on the 
top and not in the recessed pieces of the die!

Then, I die cut the Concentric Circles Mesh piece 
twice from ivory card stock,  and only used a portion of it!
I distress inked both pieces, to match the flower, and then layered 
one piece right on top of the other!  I used pop dots underneath
to raise it from the bottom framed piece.


Lastly, I created this distressed big flower using the leaf from
the Build a Flower #1. and the flower from the Judy's Blooms die!

To finish, I took the  Pierced Banners, and also distress inked it!
Then, I stamped the sentiment and cut it up, and placed onto
the banner to mimic a film strip effect!

Cheery Lynn dies used:


How about joining this week's Cheery Lynn Designs challenge
for the chance at a $20 shopping spree to the on-line store!

Come back tomorrow for another fabulous new release!!

Hugs & Smiles,
Karen

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