Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Cheery Lynn Just Married

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Hi everyone! Laurie here from Stamping Up North. I don't know about you, but we sure have had lots of weddings to go to this summer. And I've been having fun making wedding cards with my Cheery Lynn dies!

For this card, I started out with some patterned paper. The cars on it reminded me of Cheery Lynn's Classic Car. I cut it out in white, pink and silver shimmer paper. I added some pearls  and stamped the sentiment on the licence plate.


B944 - Classic Car Die Set Colored Image
I cut out the bride and groom from the Wedding Vow die set and adhered them inside the car. 

Cheery Lynn Designs - Wedding Vows Die - FRM138

What a cute couple..lol!


I adhered the car onto a Heart to Heart Doily cut out in black and pink. I even used some of the tiny pink hearts that fell out of the doily to adhere on the card too!

Cheery Lynn Designs - Heart to Heart Doily 4 Piece Die Set - DL106






Here's a list of dies I used:


Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Spooky Scene by Jenny Alia

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Hi friends, I'm back today sharing a Halloween card.  Now that's it's gotten so hot here in NY I'm looking forward to autumn weather.  I love Halloween and I've started to see things popping up in online ads and I was inspired to pull out my Halloween dies. 


 Most of the work in this card went to creating the background by blending inks and then spritzing with water until the colors blended.  I also added a spritz of a white dimensional spray.  

To create the grass behind the fence I layered two different grass die cuts.  The fence did was much higher but I cut off the bottom.  It's a beautifully ornate die but I didn't want the fence to overshadow the tree.  The moon was cut out of a platinum colored glitter paper.  Last, I added the bats for spooky vibe.  


Cheery Lynn Dies

Thanks for stopping by the blog today!
Hugs, Jenny

Monday, July 16, 2018

New Baby by Julie Lavalette

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Hi everyone, it’s JULIE here today and I’m sharing a baby card using a couple of our Dies in the Whimsical range along with a selection of others.


You will notice I started tattering my layers of patterned paper adding onto my card with my Celtic Stacker die in-between. 


Next I added my pretty Doily layers and stamped sentiment. My Whimsical Giraffe I glued onto a pale green paper and fussy cut around.


My Whimsical Flower I cut out in pale green paper and layered my patterned flower on top twice which had been shaped on my Embossing mat to add dimension. Finishing with several gems on my card.

Cheery Lynn Dies Used -
XL21 Pierced Stacker #3

Thanks so much for stopping by today.

Crafty Hugs,
Julie x

Friday, July 13, 2018

Friends Greeting Card with Bonnie Garby

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Hello die cut lovers!  Bonnie from Make Time to Craft here with you today sharing a pretty note card featuring some gorgeous dies from Cheery Lynn Designs.
My card today is my version of CAS.  Yes, I know there are lots of layers, but it's still a clean look.  This is as 'CAS' as it gets for me.  <smile>
I created the paper for the butterfly die cut with a couple shades of blue Distress Ink.  It gives it just a bit of added interest.  The background butterfly and vine die cut is actually a border die.  It's a long thin border and it worked perfectly for this card when I cut it in half and stacked it with the sentiment in the center.  It's always good when you can find an alternate use for a die.  It makes it worth twice as much!


My card was topped off with a pretty bi-color bow created on my Bow-it-All V3.0 Tool with ribbon from the July Ribbon Club Assortment from Really Reasonable Ribbon.  The center of the bow is adorned with a pretty flower shaped pearl embellishment.
Thanks so much for stopping by today.  For more information on the other products I used on my card, please visit my Make Time to Craft Blog.


Thursday, July 12, 2018

Furever Friends with Lisa Blastick

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Hello again!  Today I'm sharing a cat card that was inspired by vintage Old New York. I used lots of fun Cheery Lynn Designs die cuts, plus a few stamps that I fussy cut out. I have been wanting to use the "vintage books" for a while now. I thought the "Paris Sign" would be great for the sentiment as well. 


I used some Prima patterned paper and some cream and kraft cardstock. I then distressed the edges of the papers to give it an old worn out look. The "windows" were die cut out in black and then I placed cream paper behind them. The books were die cut in cream and then I distressed them with vintage ink. 


I kept the same colors for the mouse, yarn and fishbowl. The cats were die cut out twice and I just used part of the cats for the top window. 



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

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Beautiful Day Card with Cheryl Walker

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Hello crafty friends and Happy Wednesday to you all! Today I have a super fun and sweet card made using Cheery Lynn's sweet Whimsical Lion die along with a few others as well. Love how cute this little guy is.

For the lion, I cut him out twice in white card stock, and then dusted his body with ink and then colored his mane with Copic markers E55 & YR24. Next I added some pink colored pieces of card stock behind his ears.  The black for the eyes was colored with marker and then I added Viva Pearl pen in black to give a 3-D look for the eyes. The nose I colored a gray, and then glued to the back of the face like I did the eyes.

The sentiment was stamped in black using JustRite Papercrafts stamps and the Mini Misti stamping tool. Design papers - I'm not sure who they are by, as those are from my stash, and didn't have any name on them. Lately I've been pulling from OLD OLD papers and scraps, trying to use some different colors and such.

For the doily I used Cheery Lynn's French Pastry Doily die, along with the Horizon Circle die and then the Circle Cut and Pierce die, all layered up.

Corner dies were cut using a green card stock, and is from the BD-17 Corners die. Lastly I added a bow using ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon, and then some of their flower embellishments.

Cheery Lynn Designs Supplies:
LPC4 Circle Pierce and Cut tool-LG
DL102 French Pastry Doily Die
DL272 Horizon Circle Boutique Stacker frames
CABD-17 Corners
B792 Whimsical Lion die
Crafters Tools
Big sister die cutting machine


Hope you enjoyed my post for today, and thank you for stopping by.
Have a lovely day
Hugs to all,
Cheryl

Monday, July 9, 2018

Rock and Roll with Laurie Schmidt

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Hi everyone! 
Laurie here from Stamping Up North. Today's card features Cheery Lynn's Rock and Roll Jukebox die. 


Cheery Lynn Designs - Rock & Roll Jukebox Die Set - 10 Die Set - B947

I cut it out using glitter paper in lots of bright cheerful colors! 



Then I cut out a sign from the Retro Sign set and adhered the sentiment "Rock & Roll."

Cheery Lynn Designs - Retro Signs Die Set - 8 Die Set - B945
I added the music note,

Cheery Lynn Designs - Notes #1 Die - CABD3
and the tiny music notes from the Classic card die set. 
Cheery Lynn Designs - Classic Car Die Set - 13 Die Set - B944

I adhered it all onto a pierced circle.

Cheery Lynn Designs - Circle Pierce and Cut tool - LG Silver Pierce tool 6 Piece Die Set - LPC4


This was a fun and easy card to make! 



Here's a list of the dies I used:






Thanks for stopping by!

Laurie



Friday, July 6, 2018

USA by Jenny Alia

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Hi friends!  I hope all of you in the US had a wonderful 4th of July.  I don't make a lot of patriotic cards but being married to an Eagle Scout and having children in Scouts collect patriotic dies.  I thought it was time I put some of them to use.  I do use this star set all the time for birthdays, anniversaries, thank you and just because cards.  I love the pierced detail.


I popped the red square panel up with foam adhesive.  The  USA die cut came from the Military Dog Tags Set. I glued a blue layer over the Proud USA die and then a white layer behind to get the white stars.  

Cheery Lynn Dies
Pierced Star Set

Thanks for stopping by the blog today and have a wonderful weekend!
Hugs, Jenny 

Thursday, July 5, 2018

Every Day of Your Life - by Julie Lavalette

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Hi Cheery Lynn fans, it’s JULIE here today and I’m sharing some inspiration with our Cardmaker Dies. These are great Dies for putting a statement on your card especially if you need a card last minute for someone.


I started by matting my Cardmaker layer onto a layer of cardstock a few shades darker. Next I stamped my sentiment and mounted onto the same colour of card used in my background. This was then added onto my card with an accent of my Tag die behind and flourishes offset to the sides.


My flowers have been shaded with Distress Inks adding Flowersoft into the centres of the smaller ones and a sparkly gem into my Daisy.


Cheery Lynn Dies Used -

B170 Mini Flourish One
CABD98 Tags #2 Set of 4
XM11 Coved Rectangle Scalloped 


Thanks so much for stopping by today.

Crafty Hugs,


Julie x

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

America the Beautiful with Bonnie Garby

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Hi crafty friends and happy summer.  It is HOT, HOT, HOT where I am in the northeast USA!  No denying that it's summer.  Tomorrow is the 4th of July holiday here in the US and nothing says 4th of July and summer better than a Patriotic color theme.  This note card was created with some pretty dies from Cheery Lynn Designs.
This is a very simple design where I let the Lattice Frame as the background do all the work along with the small and simple Sweet Christine Flowers.  I just cut the Lattice frame in red and adhered it to white cardstock and then added a red and blue layer beneath it.  I wrapped some pretty ribbons around that unit and then at the very bottom you will see a layer of wispy white mulberry paper.  I then topped that with the sentiment panel which was also layered with blue cardstock and white mulberry paper.
The flowers are very easy to assemble.  I cut the flowers in red, white and blue cardstock.  I inked the white pieces in red and blue with an old script background stamp.  I then shaped the petals with a needle tool and glued the layers offsetting the petals for each new layer.  I then added the leaf layer to the base before adhering them under the sentiment panel.

Cheery Lynn Dies Used:

My card was topped off with a pretty bi-color bow created on my Bow-it-All V3.0 Tool with ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon.  The center of the bow is adorned with a pretty star shaped pearl embellishment.
Thanks so much for stopping by today.  For more information on the other products I used on my card, please visit my Make Time to Craft Blog.


Monday, July 2, 2018

Happy 4th of July with Lisa Blastick

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Hi everyone! Im celebrating the 4th of July early with you and Cheery Lynn Designs! In Chicago, the celebrations start days in advance....so I thought I would start too! Since, I will be there again this year.


This is an easy card to make using Pierced Stars. I die cut one in white and two others, one in blue and one in red. I added fun festive papers and ribbon in the center. Lastly the bling. Done! 


The sentiment was printed from my computer. 


XL-23 Pierced Stars

Have a fun a safe holiday! 
Hugs Lisa 

Friday, June 29, 2018

Sweet Baby Boy Card with Cheryl Walker

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 Hello crafty friends and Happy Friday to you all! Cheryl here today sharing this sweet little Rocking Horse card I designed using Cheery Lynn's darling dies. I love making baby cards as they are always so much fun to create, and I LOVE this darling horse, so cute!

On my card I used the C108 Rocking Horse cut out in coordinating design paper and white card stock. I did add some glitz using stickles in blue.  The doily he is on is the Priscilla Doily, one of my many favorite Cheery Lynn Doily dies. It was cut using the same white card stock. I did also cut the corners in white using BD-17 Corners die.

All the card layers were done using Pebbles design paper and american crafts card stock. I did add sewing in blue. The eye on the horse was done using the Viva Pearl pen in black, love using this for eyes. For the ribbon I chose to use Really Reasonable Ribbon's Taffeta ribbon.

Super fun and simple card to make, hope you enjoyed my post, and Have a wonderful weekend!

Cheery lynn dies used:
Corners BD-17
Priscilla Doily DL260
Rocking Horse C108
Best Glue Ever
Big sister die cutting machine
Crafters tools
Thank you for looking and have a lovely day
Hugs to all,
Cheryl

Thursday, June 28, 2018

Happy 4th of July with Laurie Schmidt

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Hi everyone! Laurie here from Stamping Up North wishing you a Happy 4th of July!

It's time to celebrate with some of Cheery Lynn's AWESOME patriotic dies, and I have 2 cards to share with you today.

For both cards I used the Proud USA die. I cut them out and did some paper piecing.


Cheery Lynn Designs - Proud USA Die - B491


 I also adhered the letters USA from the Life's a Beach die:


Cheery Lynn Designs - Life's A Beach Sign Die - B647

Ok, I know you are wondering where I got the "U" from Life's a Beach. I cut just a bit off of the A, and turned it upside down..lol!

Then I adhered  them both onto some pierced stitch and cut rectangles.

Cheery Lynn Designs - Rectangle Stitch and Cut tool - LG Silver Stitch tool 6 Piece Die Set - LSC16
For the top card I used the Celebrate pop up die....I love to cut it off and use it for a sentiment.

Cheery Lynn Designs - Pop Up Celebrate Word - 1 Piece Die Set - B934

For the bottom card I used the Chevron plate as a fun background.

Cheery Lynn Designs - Chevron A2 Frame Die - FRM155

Here's a list of the dies I used:


Thanks for stopping by.... have a safe and wonderful 4th of July!

Laurie

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