Tuesday, July 7, 2015

# Circle Classic Silver Stackers # Daisy Strip

Thanks a Million by Karen Maldonado


Hello Cheery Lynn friends! Karen here, sharing my tall 
shabby chic card with you!  We'll start off by creating a stacked layer by 
using the following dies (from bottom to top):
Polynesian Sails Mini Doily, & two of the dies from the Pierced Banners set.
  I then stamped the "Thanks a Million" sentiment!


Next, I made three different styles of flowers using the 
All the flowers were distressed inked to match the designer papers!
 Then, I layered the flowers and added some crinkly ribbon to the
 top of the stacked sentiment layers!
 I used pop dots to add some dimension to the card!


I took this whole layered flower embellishment, and laid it on the card base!  
You can see that I used the Deutschland Boutique Stacker, and cut it in
 half vertically!  I tucked the top and bottom pieces of this die 
between the flower and the cream colored designer papers.

List of dies used:


Make sure to join our weekly challenge this week "In Stitches"
 for a chance at a $20 shopping spree to the Cheery Lynn on-line store!

Have a fantastic day!

Hugs & Smiles,

3 comments:

  1. Wowsers!!!!! This is absolutely GORGEOUS!

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  2. This is so gorgeous. Love the colors and pretty flowers.

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