Monday, October 23, 2017

Vintage Thank You Card

3:30 AM 0 Comments
 Hello to all you Cheery Lynn fans. It's Debbie from Debbie's Time Out sharing a vintage card with you.
I am using a few of the newer dies from the vintage collection. In the center I have layered the Dusty Miller Square , Vintage Tile, and the Decorative Bird Cage in that order. I added one of the birds from the  Birds of Earth and Sky  set. To the corners I used the  Dusty Miller Frame Corner.  I stamped the Thank You  sentiment onto one the of the Weathered Scrolls.
A couple of fussy cut butterflies finished off this card.

Thanks for visiting the blog today. I hope you have a wonderful craft day.

Dies Used
B884 Dusty Miller Square - 1 Piece Die Set
B883 Dusty Miller Frame Corner - 2 Piece Die Set
B886 Vintage Tile - 1 Piece Die Set
B880 Decorative Bird Cage - 1 Piece Die Set
Birds of Earth and Sky 7 Piece Die Set - B349
B890 Weathered Scrolls - 3 Piece Die Set

Sunday, October 22, 2017

Let It Snow With Lisa Blastick

3:30 AM 2 Comments


Hi! Is it snowing yet by you? Well here in the valley of the sun it is just beginning to cool down...meaning 80's....lol Today I wanted to share another new card using some more fabulous die cuts from Cheery Lynn Designs


I die cut foam with "let it snow" so it pops off the card. The "wreath" I die cut once in green. I thought about cutting it out again but I thought it speaks for itself. 


The "icicles" and "winter neighborhood border" I added some liquid appliqué to give it a realistic snow look.




Thanks again for stopping by today. 
Have a great week. 
Hugs Lisa

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Christmas Easel Card by Maggi

3:30 AM 2 Comments

Maggi here today sharing a pretty easel card that will display so prettily! I used several different Cheery Lynn Designs dies to make this card and I can just imagine how lovely it will look sitting on a mantle spreading Christmas cheer.  I used Graphic 45's new Seasons and Winter Wonderland collections for my design papers.
I love dimension so I used lots of layers and popped up two of them.  From the bottom there is a red square, then a holly print layer just peeking out cut with the Pierced Stacker 3.  The next layer is popped up and consists of a square with a Quadrafoil Square Doily adhered to it. Then the final layer, also popped up, is a Seasons cut-apart.
To really make this card pop, I added handmade flowers.  The red roses were made with the Large Rose  and Medium- Rose  die sets.  The pretty cream flower was made with Judy's Blooms Die.

 I used the Holly Corner underneath the flowers to add the perfect touch to my floral clusters.

Inside the card, the pretty band and popped up tag serve to hold the easel of the card upright.  There's also plenty of room to write a personal message.

This side view shows you how the easel mechanism works.


Cheery Lynn Dies Used:


Other Supplies:

Graphic 45 Seasons collection
Graphic 45 Winter Wonderland Collection
Bazzill French Vanilla cardstock







Friday, October 20, 2017

Lollipop Card with Cheryl Walker

1:30 AM 1 Comments
Hello crafty friends and Happy Friday to you all!
Today I have a super fun project I created for Cheery Lynn Designs using their beautiful dies. I love how this turned out, and really need to make some more.  Anyway, I hope you enjoy my post for today!

So for the lollipop card you will need the DL184 Sophia's Heart die, it's the large one done in fuchsia card stock. Next I used Cheery Lynn's DL102 French Pastry Die.  That was cut in white card stock. Next on top of that is a circle die cut in a design paper like the design paper that is on the top layer. Both of those circles were cut using LPC4 Circle Pierce and cut tool LG silver. Next on top of that is the Flourish Frames B888,  Large frame cut in pink card stock, and the little one is cut in a white, then distressed with pink to match. Flowers are the B436 Tea Rose Medium flower , then the branches are from the B216 wreath strip. These are super fun and pretty easy to make. I love how they come together so nicely. You can layer as much or as little as you like, but for me I LOVE lots of layers.....hehehehe.  I hope this inspires you and have fun crafting!!!

Cheery Lynn Dies/Supplies used:
DL184 Sophia's Heart die
DL102 French Pastry Die
LPC4 Circle Pierce and cut tool LG silver
Flourish Frames B888
B436 Tea Rose Medium flower
Wreath Strip B216
Big Sister Die cutting machine

Other Supplies Used:
Really Reasonable Ribbon and pearls
Stamps are The Project Bins BFF set
Lollipop sticks are from the store, used in baking I believe
Foam squares
Hot glue
Mini Misti tool
Black, pink and blue inks


I do hope you enjoyed todays post, and thank you so much for stopping by!
Have a nice day!

Hugs to all,
Cheryl

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Spooky Halloween with Laurie Schmidt

3:30 AM 2 Comments

Hi everyone!

Laurie here from Stamping Up North with a spooky Halloween card to share with you today. Halloween is just around the corner and I finally bought my pumpkins and mums to decorate my front steps. On my door I also hung a Jack O' Lantern which my little neighbor girl loves...she looks at it and says,"spooky face, spooky face!" I think she would like this card, as this Jack O' Lantern has a spooky face too!

I started out with some fun Halloween paper for my background, and pulled from the colors to cut out my images. I cut the sentiment out from Happy Halloween and layered it in black and purple. Then I adhered it onto a green pierced circle.






I just LOVE the Jack O'Lantern set, it comes with 3 different sized pumpkins, here I used the largest one. I added two of the tiny white ghosts form the Happy Haunts set...I think they look pretty spooky too!








Here's a list of dies I used:

Happy Halloween B829

Happy Haunts B905

Jack O' Lanterns B594

Circle Pierce and Cut Tool LPC4


I hope you have a spooky Halloween!
Thanks for stopping by!



Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Christmas Wish

4:30 AM 1 Comments
  Happy Wednesday!  Cherry here sharing a  a shabby Christmas card created with dies from Cheery Lynn Designs.
 I love the sentiment on this card. "Christmas Wish, as countless as the snowflakes, may your Christmas blessings be".
 I used two die cuts, Christmas Tree and the Steampunk Clock.

Thanks for visiting, Cherry


Cheery Lynn dies-

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

The Stocking Were Hung by the Chimney with Care Card with Bonnie Garby

3:30 AM 3 Comments
Hello there fellow die lovers!  Bonnie here today from Make Time to Craft and I'm sharing a scenic holiday card I created with several fun die sets from Cheery Lynn Designs.
These cards are very easy to make with the wonderful dies sets from Cheery Lynn Designs and you'll find that you can mix and match many of the sets to build different unique settings.  Today I'm using several sets, but you can build a similar scene with sets that you have.

Cheery Lynn dies used:
CABD127 Fireplace

I first created my fireplace scene by cutting the different pieces out of the colors of cardstock that I wanted.  I had a leftover piece of orange Distress Ink paper from Halloween that worked perfectly for the fire.  My Christmas tree was cut in some green Distress Ink paper along with red and silver and stacked together.  I then created my card base and layers and laid out the fireplace and trees the way I wanted them.  I adhered the fireplace and accessories first and then I added the tree using some foam adhesive squares to add some dimension.  I then cut the presents and added them.
I finished my card off with a pretty bi-color bow made on my Bow-it-All V3.0 Tool using two of the ribbons from the Christmas themed October Ribbon Club Assortment from Really Reasonable Ribbon.  I added a pretty flower shaped pearl embellishment to the center of the bow.
Thanks so much for stopping by today.  Why not pull out your die set and stamp a winter holiday scene today!



Monday, October 16, 2017

Cheery Lynn Designs October 'Baby, It's Cold Outside' Blog Hop

3:30 AM 35 Comments

Hello everyone and welcome to October 2017 Blog Hop at Cheery Lynn Designs!

There is finally a bit of a chill in the air and it's time to snuggle up with a warm drink and a fuzzy sweater and Get Your Craft On!!  

Today you will see some great projects using dies selected from the wide variety of Christmas/Winter Holiday themed dies available at Cheery Lynn Designs.  Pick up some of your favorite dies today to use when making your own holiday projects.

You won't believe how many fabulous Christmas and winter themed dies there are.  You will want  NEED them all!

Now let's get hopping and see what our fabulous design team has created for us.
Here is our blog hop list.  If you get lost along the way, hop on back here and we'll get you back on track.

Cheery Lynn Designs Blog

Now be sure to leave some love on all the stops along the way.  Your comments are most appreciated!

Post Your Comments for a Chance to Win!

When you arrive back here at the end of the hop, please be sure to answer one or more of our questions below in a comment on this POST FOR A CHANCE TO WIN a $20 GIFT CERTIFICATE to Cheery Lynn Designs.

Questions


1. What is your favorite Christmas or Winter die at Cheery Lynn Designs?

2. Have you started your holiday cards yet?

3. What other crafts do you love besides paper crafting?


Our winner will be selected on Tuesday, October 24th.  Be sure to stop back on Tuesday evening to see if you are our lucky winner.

Thanks so much for Hopping with us today.  Now head on over to Cheery Lynn Designs and start your shopping!!  Enjoy!


Sunday, October 15, 2017

Merry Christmoose Card with Bonnie Garby

3:30 AM 0 Comments
Hello friends.  Bonnie here today from Make Time to Craft sharing a Christmas card using the adorable Merry Christmoose die from Cheery Lynn Designs.  Don't you just LOVE this cute little guy?
I created a piece of mottled gray cardstock using the Hickory Smoke Distress Ink pad to use with the Aspen Forest frame die.  I was going for more of a white birch tree look and I was very satisfied with the results.

The adorable moose is really easy to assemble.  You cut the different pieces in the colors of your choice and then glue them together.  Easy peasy.  I went over the eyes, ear and mouth lines with a thin black marker to make them stand out a bit more.

I cut the sentiment twice and stacked it for a bit of extra thickness and dimension.

I adhered the grass strip to the bottom and tucked two legs behind and left two on top for a little more of a feeling of depth in the scene.

Cheery Lynn Designs dies used:

I topped my card off with a pretty bow created on my Bow-it-All V3.0 using one of the pretty ribbons in the October Ribbon Club Assortment from Really Reasonable Ribbon.  The center of the bow is adorned with a pretty Silver Stardust Rhinestone.
Thanks so much for stopping by today.  I hope I've inspired you to get started on your holiday cards.


Saturday, October 14, 2017

Hello Beautiful by Julie Lavalette

3:30 AM 0 Comments

Hi everyone, thanks for stopping by, it's JULIE here hosting the blog today.  


My card uses one of the many pretty background designed Dies. I started by cutting this out in pearlised cream cardstock and mounted onto the same card to form the base of my card. Cheery Lynn's word dies come in two different sizes which are great for layouts and cards. I decided to use the smaller Die on my word Hello and the larger Die on my word Beautiful.


My Daises were cut out in the same cream cardstock adding Distress Ink onto them and Prills into the centres. I mounted them onto my Ivy Corner Flourish which I also arranged a few extra leaves using my Ivy Strip Die and finished with some Butterflies.

Cheery Lynn Dies Used-

Crafty Hugs,

Julie x

Friday, October 13, 2017

Dutch Christmas Greetings Card by Amy Voorthuis

3:30 AM 0 Comments
Good morning Cheery Lynn Fans.
I am very excited that you are here with me on Friday the 13th...do you believe in myths? Me not so much, but I never walk under a ladder. Today I'd like to show you a Christmas card.  Yes, you read it correct, a Christmas card from me and I did not fall or hit my head. I just felt like it. Call the papers!!! lol.....For this card I used the pretty "I Wish"collection by Maja Design. 

Kerstige Groetjes: {Christmas Greetings}

This time I wanted to used the Poinsettia Strip as a focal point on my card so I cut that strip out six times and layered them to make the flowers. I first cut out every die I wanted to use on my card to later on add them to my background. I used the traditional Christmas colors for this card hope you like it. 


Cheery Lynn Designs dies used:

Thank you so much for visiting the blog today!
I hope you enjoyed my post and I have inspired you to use your Cheery Lynn Designs dies. You could also visit my blog at Amy's Pretty Papers for more inspiration.
Have a wonderful day!

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Happy Halloween

3:30 AM 0 Comments
A warm Hello to you. Glad to see you here. It's Debbie from Debbie's Time Out hosting the blog today. We are into October so thought I would play with some of Cheery Lynn Designs Halloween dies. This would make a nice cover page for a 8x8 mini album.

I started by using some black Halloween  paper with spider webs om it and matting it with green paper.

I used the new Happy Haunts  die set  for the sentiment and the Spiderweb Die   for the top corner. The witches hat and boots are from the  Witch's Laundry  set.


The Twisted Tree  is one of the new dies just released. I hung some of the Witch's Laundry   in twisted tree as well as a ghost.  I have always like the Home Sweet Home Die  and so I layered it on the bottom corner.

I hope you have some time to play with the Halloween dies. Halloween layouts and cards are always fun to make and they do make people smile.

Thanks for visiting the blog today and for the comments you leave. Have a wonderful crafty day.

Dies Used
Happy Haunts - 3 Piece - B905
Twisted Tree - 3 Piece - B904
Witch's Laundry Die - B334
Home Sweet Home Die - B595
Ultimate Halloween 5 Piece Die Set - B841
Spiderweb Die - DL162



Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Merry Christmoose with Lisa Blastick

3:30 AM 1 Comments
Hello! I'm back today with another new card for the upcoming holidays using more Cheery Lynn Designs die cuts. The adorable "moose "and "hot chocolate mugs"are super fun! 
I was in the red and chocolate mood today with gingham ribbon. Feeling Christmas in October...lol
The "snowflakes" are wonderful because there are 20 on one die cut.  I had to add some wiggly eyes to my moose too. 


Thanks for stopping by today! 
Have a great day! 
Hugs Lisa

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Christmas Card with Maggi

3:30 AM 0 Comments
 Do you make your Christmas cards every year and have you started on them yet?    I have a few and here's a simple card layered with some Cheery Lynn Designs diecuts and the new Graphic 45 Winter Wonderland collection.

The bottom layer is the card base and it is 7" x 5 3/8".  Next I used a cream cardstock base cut with Rectangle Classic LG Purple Stackers Nesting Dies 6 Piece Die Set - XL16 and then the green print cut with Celtic Rectangle Boutique Stacker Frames 3 Piece Die Set - DL273.  I love how Cheery Lynn's dies are sized to perfectly nest with each other.


The top layer is a Graphic 45 Winter Wonderland ephemera card that I diecut with the Rectangle Scalloped LG Silver Stackers.

 For the sentiment I used the Merry Christmas Set 2 Piece Die Set layered over the Vintage Bracket Shape.


Merry Christmas Set 2 Piece Die Set - B186

Other:
Graphic 45 Winter Wonderland Ephemera Cards
Graphic 45 12 x 12 Paper Pad

Thanks for visiting Cheery Lynn Designs today!
Maggi Harding

Copyright Statement


All content, including designs, pictures and words are the exclusive property of the author of each blog post. Information shared here is for inspiration only and may not be copied for publication, competition or profit. Thank you for your cooperation.

FOLLOW THE CHEERY LYNN DESIGN TEAM

SOCIAL MEDIA 2



Follow Us @cheerylynndesigns


All content, including designs, pictures and words are the exclusive property of the author of each blog post.
Information shared here is for inspiration only and may not be copied for publication, competition or profit. Thank you for your cooperation.