Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Own Little World by Julie Lavalette

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Hi everyone, it’s JULIE here today and I am sharing some more inspiration with our latest release - Let’s Go Retro.



 My card measures approximately 6 x 6 inches. I started by adding my 2 Stacker base layers onto my card and some stars which I outlined with a glitter pen to give depth to them. I next added on my moon with a Visible Image sentiment stamped in the centre.


My rocket was cut out in glitter card and white cardstock which was shaded with Copic pens.




 My cute robot was cut in Miri card and Glitter Card adding lots of little gems onto her.
Cheery Lynn Dies Used -
XL2 Scalloped LG Stackers

Thanks so much for stopping by today.
 Crafty Hugs,

Julie x

Monday, April 23, 2018

The Perfect Blend

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A warm Hello to you. It's Debbie from Debbie's Time out hosting the blog today.



Here is another Pop Up card using the Pop Up Thanks .  This is a quick and simple card using the Brew Can Do It  set for the cups. These coffee cups are really priceless especially when you have nice pattern paper like this to create nicely designed cups.



The banner is  the largest from the Horizon Fishtail Banners set of three. I printed the sentiment on to the banner. With the background paper and a few pearls using a pearl pen it left the cups being the focal point.


This is the inside with the pop up Thanks. I layered a piece of matching paper to the inside as well. 

Thank you for visiting the blog and for the comments you leave. 
Have a crafty day my friends.

Dies Used
Pop Up Thanks Word - 1 Piece Die Set - B930
Brew Can Do It - 5 Piece - B902
Horizon Fishtail Banners 3 Piece Die Set - DL278

Saturday, April 21, 2018

"I Robot" with Lisa Blastick

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Hi! Welcome back to another card using the new release from Cheery Lynn Designs! These new retro die cuts are really adorable and I love how this card is perfect for a boy. It is really hard for me to make cards that do not have flowers, ribbon, or pearls. So, if you are looking to find something for boys these new die cuts are perfect for you! 


 The robots, the small circle and the rocket have pop dots behind them all. Lots of tiny details but worth the end result. 




Hope you enjoyed! 
Have a great day! 
Hugs Lisa 

Friday, April 20, 2018

Cheery Lynn's Cozy Kitchen set with Laurie Schmidt

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Hi everyone, Laurie here from Stamping Up North. Today I'm sharing a card I made with Cheery Lynn's awesome new retro release. I chose to use the Cozy Kitchen Dies set.... I can't decide which I like best, the apron, the mixer or the stove!




Cheery Lynn Designs - Cozy Kitchen Die Set - 13 Die Set - B941

I guess one reason why I like this set is because I love to bake, and besides stamping, it's how I spend a lot of my free time. Today I'm sharing a card, but I'm thinking I will be making some recipe cards and tags along with this set soon, too!

I went with pink and black for a retro look. I pieced the stove together and adhered it onto a Cheery Lynn stitched square, right next to the sentiment. Then I tucked a Mandy Doily behind it, and an apron along side. I used a couple of flowers from the Mandy Doily die for embellishments too.




Here's a list of the dies I used:


Thanks for stopping by!

Laurie







Thursday, April 19, 2018

Classic Car Card with Cheryl Walker

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Hello Crafty Friends and happy Thursday to you all! Today's super sweet card was designed for Cheery Lynn Designs using their new release called " Let's Go RETRO".  LOVE this release, it's absolutely darling!  For my card today I chose to use the Classic Car die, and I love how it turned out, as it's so cute! All the dies in this release are so cute, if you haven't seen the dies in the release you will want to go check them out!

Classic Car die- was cut using a shimmery white card stock, and then dusted with a pink distress ink. Next I colored in the grey with a Copic marker, and then the darker pink for the lights. The steering wheel and mirror were colored with a black Copic marker and so were the tires.

Flourish & Tiny flower kit- I had a white flourish already cut and ready for me to color.  Then I cut out the pink flowers in the same white shimmer card stock and dusted them to match. For the centers I used the Viva Pearl pen.

Paris Sign- Cut in a grey card stock.  The Cool Cat was cut in white and dusted lightly in pink.

The design paper came from the paper stack called Forever & Always stack. I used it to create my 3 layers and the grey card stock in Bazzill shimmer card stock, it's absolutely beautiful in person, photos don't show it as well. Each layer has sewing in pink. I should have added some gems to the headlights but forgot, and had my photos all ready to go. Next time I will have to add some :)

Cheery Lynn Designs Supplies Used:
B376 Tiny Flower Kit
CAFLRS-8 Flourish #8
B549 paris Signs 3
B944 Classic Car die Set
B946 Retro Rhetoric Die set
Best Glue Ever
Metal Snippers 
Big sister die cutting machine
Crafters Tools
Thank you for looking and have a lovely day!
Hugs
Cheryl

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Happy Camper by Jenny Alia

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Hi again!  I've been crafting up a storm with the new Cheery Lynn Retro Release dies. I have a girl scout, cub scout and boy scout in my house as well as another future cub. I envision  this Happy Camper die set getting a ton of use.  The lines on the camper make it easy to cut and paper piece so you can customize the color.  I also backed it with a silver metallic paper that shows through the windows.  The tire was colored with a black marker.


Cheery Lynn Dies
Happy Camper B940 (NEW)
Camping Set B779

Thanks for stopping by the blog today and make sure to check out the blog hop that began yesterday for a chance to win $20 of Cheery Lynn Designs goodies!

Hugs, Jenny

Monday, April 16, 2018

Cheery Lynn Designs Let's Go Retro New Release Blog Hop

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Hello everyone and welcome to Let's Go Retro April 2018 New Release Blog Hop at Cheery Lynn Designs!


Today you will see some great projects featuring some of the fun new release dies created by our fabulous design team.  They always come up with such great ideas.

I can't believe how many fun new dies there are.  You will want  NEED them all!  Head on over to the Cheery Lynn Designs website when you are done hopping to view 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 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 coloring medium?  Copics, Watercolor, Colored Pencil, something else, or do you just not color at all??

2. Do you create flat cards for mailing or do you love lots of layers and embellishments?


3. What are your favorite embellishments?



Our winner will be selected on Wednesday, April 25th.  Be sure to stop back on Wednesday 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!

Saturday, April 14, 2018

Thinking of You by Julie Lavalette

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Hi Cheery Lynn fans, it’s JULIE here today and I am sharing some inspiration on a card that could be used for many occasions just by changing the sentiment.


My card measures approximately 6 x 4 inches and the paper pad  I have used is from Craft Consortium called Wild Rose. I started by adding my base layer onto my card and cutting my Doily in half from white cardstock.


My Tea Roses were also cut from the same patterned paper, shaping on my Embossing mat and adding a Gem into the centres. I bunched them together onto my card with a leaf flourish and my stamped sentiment.



Cheery Lynn Dies Used :



Thanks so much for stopping by today and I hope you have a lovely creative weekend.

Crafty Hugs, 
Julie x




Friday, April 13, 2018

Just for You Note Card by Bonnie Garby

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Hi Cheery Lynn die lovers!  Bonnie from Make Time to Craft here with you today sharing a pretty floral note card featuring some pretty dies from Cheery Lynn Designs.
I created by background by cutting the lattice die out of blue cardstock and layering it on a cream cardstock background.  I then ran a piece of brown ribbon across the center of the card, added the base of the sentiment frame, layered the tan swiss dots ribbon on that and then added the sentiment panel.

Next I pulled out my very favorite flower die set - the Floral Bouquet Kit, and cut the flower and foliage pieces.  I shaped them using a foam pad and stylus, assembled and added white half pearls for the centers.  I then arranged the floral cluster below the sentiment.

Cheery Lynn Dies used:
FR16 Lattice

My card is topped off with a pretty bi-color bow created on my Bow-it-All V3.0 Tool using two of the ribbons from the April Ribbon Club Assortment from Really Reasonable Ribbon.
Thanks so much for stopping by today.  Have a crafty day!


Thursday, April 12, 2018

Your Wedding Day

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A warm Hello to you. It's Debbie from Debbie's Time Out hosting the blog today. 


For the base of this wedding card I have used the Window  and layered a pattern paper that reminds me of wallpaper behind it. To the top and bottom corner I layered the Victorian Romance Flourish which is so elegant. The bride and groom are from the Wedding Vows set. 


I created some larger flowers using the Daisy Strip and smaller flowers using the Tiny Flower Kit. The leaves were from the Tea Rose small set. The flowers and leaves were inked with distress inks. Pearls were added to the flowers and flourish on the corner.


Inside I used the Pop Up Birthday Cake  after cutting the candles off of it. I layered the Border Carnivale  along the top of the cake to cover were the candles were. This birthday cake makes a great wedding cake too.
I then cut and glued down the Alpine Flourish Doily and stamped the sentiment on it. 

It is always nice to make that special homemade card for a wedding.  So I hope I have inspired you into making a special wedding card. 

Thanks so much for visiting the blog today and for the comments you leave. 
Have a crafty day my friends.

Dies Used
Window B Die - FRM142
Victorian Romance Flourish Die - DL151
Wedding Vows Die - FRM138
Daisy Strip 6 Piece Die Set - B259
Pop Up Birthday Cake - 1 Piece Die Set - B931
Alpine Flourish Doily 2 Piece Die Set - DL282
Tiny Flower Kit 32 Piece Die Set - B376
Border Carnivale Die - DL129
Tea Rose small- 6 Piece Die Set - B435

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Happy Shower with Lisa Blastick

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Hi, Welcome back for another new card for Cheery Lynn Designs. I originally was thinking about April showers and then I started to think about all the baby showers that are this month. So I combined the two into one card. I wanted to make it baby blues but with some girly accents. 


I colored the rain drops and then added a glitter pen for extra shine. I also did that on the flourishes too. In the centers of the flowers is teal gala glitz. Be sure to get this adorable umbrella for your collection because it is on clearance. 



CABD-87 Umbrella Clearance

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

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Feline Good Card with Cheryl Walker

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 Hello Crafty Friends and Happy Tuesday to you all! Today I have this super darling card made with Cheery Lynn's DARLING dies, I just LOVE this Small Cat die, and the Mirror Mirror Doily frame I used for my sentiment. Well I love it all....hehehee.  I always love using fancy frames, and this Cheery Lynn die is perfect!


To start with I cut my Small Cat out using the coordinating Graphic45 design paper, how perfect this kitty is, she goes perfectly with the design paper. I did add some distressing, Viva Pearl pen for an eye, nose, and on the ears and tail. Next I distressed her using red ink.

Flowers on cat- I used the Tiny Flower Kit Die, and cut out some flowers to go along with my kitty. The greenery is the Flourish #8 Die, and I just cut a piece of it, and colored it green. All pieces were glued using the Best Glue Ever found at Cheery Lynn Designs, LOVE this glue, it's honestly a must have to any crafters collection!

Frame- I have to say this is one of my NEW favorites, not that its newly released, but new to my collection...hehehe.  It's perfect for layering, I will get a lot of use out of this one for sure. I used it to cut out a brown doily frame, it's dark brown.  Then I used the other 2 dies to cut coordinating design paper for my sentiment frame. All 3 pieces come in this die set, love that too! Stamp is from The Project Bin.

Heart-Sweetheart candy die was used for this. Cut in coordinating design paper. This die is perfect to use all year round.

Butterfly In- used for the corner, it's so pretty and comes out of the die so smoothly. Love that about Cheery Lynn's dies, they come out so easy, no poking and trying to get the delicate pieces out.

I did add some sewing in a coordinating color to each layer. and lastly I added a bow was made with Really Reasonable Ribbon Satin, for my embellishing on my card :)

Cheery Lynn Supplies Used:
B205 Butterfly In
B675 Sweetheart Candy
DL286 Mirror Mirror Doily Frame
OR01 Small Cat
Flourish #8
B376 Tiny Flower Kit
Best Glue Ever
Big sister Die cutting machine
Mini platform
Crafters Tools
Thank you so much for stopping by and have a lovely day!
Hug to all,
Cheryl

Monday, April 9, 2018

Graduation Card with Laurie Schmidt

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Hi Cheery Lynn fans! 
Laurie here from Stamping Up North sharing a graduation card today. 
It's spring,and while it may not FEEL like spring up north with all the cold temps lately, it IS spring....LOL....and that means time for graduations. I'm trying to get ahead of the game and making several of this card in various school colors. Today's card is in red and yellow.
I used Cheery Lynn's Graduation set which has 2 pieces...the hat and the diploma. I love the detail on these, especially the tassel. So fun! I cut them out in black and white, and adhered them onto a Cheery Lynn stitched rectangle around the sentiment.
Then I cut out Cheery Lynn's Pop Up Celebrate Word in yellow and black. I adhered that along side the rectangle, then backed it all on a red stitched rectangle. Three enamel dots finished the card!



Here's a list of the dies I used:


Thanks for stopping by!

Friday, April 6, 2018

You Are Awesome by Jenny Alia

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Hi friends!  It's Jenny here today on the blog.  I have a clean and simple style card to share.  I didn't anticipate this card to be so simple but with the bold, graphic style of these dies and the bright colors I chose it didn't need much else.  


 I glued navy blue paper to the back of the leaves so the detail would really stand out.  The main flower was popped up with foam adhesive for dimension. The sentiment was cut twice and glued together offset so the shadow would stand out.  A third shadow in pink might have helped visually anchor the sentiment even more.


Cheery Lynn Dies

Thanks for stopping by the blog today!
Hugs, Jenny

Thursday, April 5, 2018

Sending Birthday Wishes with Bonnie Garby

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Hi Cheery Lynn fans.  Bonnie from Make Time to Craft here with you today sharing a pretty floral birthday card featuring some lovely dies from Cheery Lynn Designs.
Today I'm using the pretty Bohemian Mehndi Botanicals 3 die layered on the Mandela Doily 2.  I went to my Distress Ink scrap paper stash and pulled out a couple colors to work with.  I cut the layers and shaped them a bit and finished off the center of the flower with a chevron cabachon layered over a metal gear.

Cheery Lynn dies used:

My card is topped off with a pretty bi-color bow created on my Bow-it-All V3.0 Tool using two of the ribbons from the April Ribbon Club Assortment from Really Reasonable Ribbon.  I also ran two ribbons from the assortment across the center of the card behind the flower focal point.
Thanks so much for stopping by today.  Have a crafty day!


Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Hello Friend by Julie Lavalette

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Hi Cheery Lynn fans, it’s Julie here today and I am sharing some inspiration on my friendship card using the super vintage Rotary Phone Die. 


Using Maja Design papers I started by tattering my base layers and adding on Hello Friend.


My Rotary Phone was cut out in Black cardstock and Gold Glitter card, paper piecing my sections together and adding a large gem into the centre of the dial. I glued in place with some Silicone Glue onto my tattered layer and Doily.


My flowers were all inked in the centres with Archival ink adding Stamens into the centres, placing the arrangement onto my card.

Cheery Lynn Dies Used -



Thanks so much for stopping by today, your visit is always appreciated.

Crafty Hugs,
Julie x

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