Snowing in July


I love the Cheery Lynn snowflake dies, but instead of making a wintery card in the heat of summer, I wanted to show you how versatile these dies can be for any time of the year. I created this flower using only snowflakes. The base was made using the 3 layers of the Geometric Snowflake, and then adding stamens with the Snowflake 5 and 7.
So, if you've been tempted to add the snowflakes to your collection, but weren't quite ready for winter, just remember to look at the dies, and let your creativity run wild!
This week, the Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge is Hot Time in the Summer (using summer colors). Be Sure to play along for your chance to win a gift certificate. Our next release is just a couple of weeks away, and you are going to love it!


Cheery Lynn Designs Dies
Mini Pearl Circle Mega Doily
Lace Corner Deco H
Geometric Snowflake (for flower base)
Snowflake 5
Snowflake 7
Judy's Blooms
Daisy Lace Frame
Doily Stacker Circles

7 comments:

  1. Gini, this is really a work of art, what a clever combination of dies, patterns and colors. Just gorgeous.

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  2. Gorgeous Gini! Love all the layers!

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  3. Gini very pretty and an interesting color combination. Love the concept of Snow in July.

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  4. Gini, you really showed us a clever way to use snowflakes in the summer! Love the way you pulled it all together with that piece of the daisy lace frame to make it even more summery. Great job of thing outside the box!

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  5. Goooorgeous vintage card!
    Love what you did with the daisy frame and the snowflakes!
    Love, Kianel.

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  6. Wow Gini...This is just gorgeous! So many layers to that medallion! It is so gorgeous. You really made a unique card and I just adore this!

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  7. lovely card!!! so fun to see the snowflakes used besides a winter project!!

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