Monday, July 31, 2017

The Balloon Die from the New Vintage Collection with Maggi

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I love bright, bold colors and Graphic 45's World's Fair collection sure fits that bill!  What could be a more perfect collection to show you the vintage Cheery Lynn Designs Hot Air Balloon  die?   It is part of the Cheery Lynn Designs new Veriloquent Vintage Die release.  Isn't it pretty?
 Again, using cut-aparts from the paper collection, I  diecut a layer using the Horizon Fish Tail Banner  to place underneath the sentiment, to make it really stand out.
The Ferris wheel cut-apart from the Graphic 45 collection is framed with layers of different sized diecuts.  I used the Alpine Flourish diecut directly underneath the cut-apart.  I placed a piece of cardstock under that and then a Scalloped Frame  over top the yellow Purple Stacker .  It's really great how Cheery Lynn's die sizes are coordinated so that you can make perfect layers.

Cheery Lynn Designs Dies Used:

Thanks for visiting today!

Sunday, July 30, 2017

A Sweet Friendship Card with Cheryl Walker

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 Hello and Happy Saturday to you all! Today's sweet card was designed for Cheery Lynn Designs using 7 BEAUTIFUL Cheery Lynn Dies! To start with I chose to use the 2 different sizes of the Gardenia die. I LOVE the layering design of this die. I also love how Cheery Lynn makes them into strips so you can run it through the machine so easy and have lots of cuts . Oooo I'm also LOVING my Big Sister Die cut machine that I got through Cheery Lynn Designs! LOVE it more than the Big shots machine, I guess because you can adjust the level of pressure on your dies. Its awesome!!! If you haven't seen this machine, you have to watch their video.
 Enough of me rambling on....hehehee now onto my card for today.

On this card I chose to use some older Crate paper to make some chocolate looking flowers. LOVE these gardenias ( B433 Small Gardenia Strip & B339 Gardenia Strip) and how they turned out. I spritzed them with spritz spray to give them some glitz, and to shape them easier. Love these!!!

The leaves B241 Rose Leaf Strip and the Flourish #8 were cut out using a green and then distressed.

The sentiment from The Project Bin was stamped on the LPC4 circle die, and then layered on the DL272 Doily Die Layered behind this is the DL282 Alpine Flourish Doily.
Thank you for stopping by, and please leave a comment letting me know what you think of my card for today!

Hugs to all,

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Hello Cupcake

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Hi everyone! 

Laurie here from Stamping Up North sharing a birthday card I made with Cheery Lynn's cupcake die. I chose some pretty lavender gingham paper for the background for my cupcake. Then I added a bright red cherry and a green leaf from the Floral Bouquet Kit. I popped it up with some foam dots.
The little flowers are actually from the Mandy Doily die....I added some tiny pearls in their centers. I adhered the bright red sentiment "Hello" below and stamped my birthday greeting inside.

Here's a list of the dies I used:

Thanks for stopping by!

Friday, July 28, 2017

Thank You Card

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  Happy Friday folks!
Cherry here at the Cheery Lynn Blog.
Today I have a thank you card to share.
 I started with some fun paper scraps and then cut out a base piece using the coved rectangle 6 piece die set. 
 I then layered my thank you sentiment with a circle die and backed it with part of the Dutch Scallop Square die.
Thanks for visiting me at the Cheery Lynn blog, Cherry

Cheery Lynn die supplies used:

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Happy by Jenny Alia

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Hi!  It's Jenny here today with a new card featuring the 3D Peacock die.  I love all my dies but I'm always amazed by the level of detail in this one.  It's also the perfect die to use when making a quick card because of its large size.   I had so much fun coloring the peacock and I blended a number of different distress inks to get the blue shade.  I also added flat-backed rhinestones to the feathers and a black rhinestone for his eye.  

I cut the larger Happy word from the Happy die set.  The elegant script and the flexibility of mixing and matching other words makes these dies really versatile.  Last, before I glued the Peacock down I pulled up all the eyes on the feathers to add a three dimensional element and added some glitter to his body.  He really sparkles.  

Cheery Lynn Dies

Thanks for stopping by the blog today!  
Hugs, Jenny

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Cheery Lynn Designs Veriloquent Vintage New Release Blog Hop Winner!

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This is the second post of the day. Be sure to scroll down to see the beautiful project that Bonnie has shared with us today.

Thank you so much for hopping along with us this month on the Cheery Lynn Designs Blog Hop. We had so much fun and we hope you did too!! 

Don't you just LOVE the New Vintage Dies??!!

I hope you loved all the samples showcased by the design team.  Thanks so much for the wonderful feedback for the new release. I encourage you to hurry over to Cheery Lynn Designs NOW and order your favorites so you can get creating!

Now, on to our winner who will receive a $20 gift certificate to Cheery Lynn Designs.

 Our randomly selected winner is:
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Megan Cooper

Congratulations Megan Cooper. Please contact Judy by clicking here for your $20 shopping spree to Cheery Lynn Designs.  

Now if you didn't win, don't worry!! We will be 'hopping' again before you know it, so you'll have another chance to win soon! We hope you stop by and visit our blog often.

If God Brings You To It; He Will Bring You Through It with Bonnie Garby

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Hi friends.  Bonnie from Make Time to Craft here with you today with a card showcasing some more of the new vintage dies from Cheery Lynn Designs.
I just love the new Dusty Miller Square and Dusty Miller Corner dies.  They are just so versatile.  I tend to stick with 5-1/2" x 5-1/2" square cards though and the corners were just a little too big.  This was easily remedied by snipping them where the to parts meet up and layering them.  They then became just the right size for this card.
My card design is pretty straight forward.  I created a piece of background paper using Distress Inks in old paper, antique linen and frayed burlap.  That was layered on a piece of dark brown and then I added my die cuts.

Next I added a layered strip of ribbon and secured it on the back of the large dark brown base.  Then I added a layer of natural mulberry paper with torn edges.  That was then adhered to my card base.

I stamped my sentiment on to a piece of the Distress Ink paper and cut with the Vintage Bracket Shape die set, added a layer of kraft card stock and then backed with brown mulberry paper.  This was then added to the card over the ribbon using foam tape for some dimension.

Cheery Lynn Dies used:

My card was finished off with a pretty bi-color bow made on my Bow-it-All V3.0 Tool using Raw Silk and Turftan Brown Delicate Stitched Satin Ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon.  I added an antique bronze vintage flower charm to the bow center.
Thanks so much for stopping by today.  I hope you are loving the New Vintage Dies that were just released at Cheery Lynn Designs.

~  Bonnie  ~

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Life Moments by Julie Lavalette

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Hi everyone, it's JULIE here hosting the blog today and I am sharing some more inspiration with the fabulous new release of Vintage Dies, gosh I'm loving this new collection so much. My card today would also look great as a scrapbook layout and could easily be made more feminine in design by changing the colours and adding a few flowers.

I started by adding some film strips to my cardstock, distressing the card at the edges and adding some Distress ink. I positioned my film strip die on my photos and cut them, this way they were the perfect size to insert into the film strip.

I matted and layered my centre dies, cutting one out in the dark red to make my Design 'pop', adding a stamped sentiment and foam strips between my layers for added dimension.

My Vintage Camera was highlighted with a silver pen on the embossed areas, I also added a touch of Gilding wax onto the concertina area to look like old leather. I layered up the front and back areas 3 times to give added dimension, paper piecing these bits together in a similar way I built my Gramophone which you can see HERE.

Thanks so much for stopping by today and I hope you feel inspired by my card.
Crafty Hugs, 

Julie x  

Cheery Lynn Dies Used -

Monday, July 24, 2017

Sweet Baby Boy 8x8 Layout by Amy Voorthuis

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Good morning Cheery Lynn Fans.
I hope you are all enjoying your summer vacation. Mine just started and I can't wait spend some precious time with my little family. By the end of the week we are leaving for a camping ground in our own country.  Oh I just can't wait.... no scrapping for me for a week though, so that is going to be a big trial for me since I scrap almost every day. For today I am sharing another 8x8 layout made with some pretty Maja Design papers using some of the new Cheery Lynn Dies on which I am totally hooked.  Wow, these dies are amazing L.O.V.E. them to bits.

Sweet Baby Boy:
 This layout was really easy to make.  I had the design in my head and then I punched out all the dies I wanted to use and distressed/colored them where needed. Then I picked out the picture I was going to use and voila...I always tend to make a picture of my work when building up my page and that is what I did here too.

  I watered the paper and ruffled it before I treated the background with clear gesso, stamps, paste and sprays.  At the end I added all the dies to complete my layout. Those B890 - Weathered Scrolls are so amazing and versatile.  You can use them for any occasion you get three.  This one was fitted best for a baby layout {at least that is what hubby told me}.

Yes, sometimes I do ask my husband what would fit best on my layout. Most of the time I show him two options and most of the time I pick a different one then he does lol...but he sure is a great help. The centers of the blue flowers are handmade and so easy.  I made them using foam balls, hot glue and mini prills. I also added a cute flair which says: "Smile to the World" I am so hooked on those at the moment I can't stop myself from using

Cheery Lynn Designs dies used:
B898 - Baby Pram {NEW}
B890 - Weathered Scrolls {NEW}
B887 - Distressed Honeycomb {NEW}
B883 - Dusty Miller Frame Corner {NEW}
B777 - Floral Bouquet Kit
 B433 - Small Gardenia
B259 - Daisy Strip
C184 - Judys Blooms
D123 - Buttons #3 {set of 14}
B315 - Ivy Corner Flourish
B178 - Flourish Leaf Strip
DL108 - Kiwi Spirit Doily
B136 - Anastasia Border
B250 - Its a Boy Girl {set of 2}
B631 - Baby {set of 2}

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. Please visit my blog for a chance to win two different prizes Amy's Pretty Papers
Have a wonderful and sunny week!

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Bee Happy Card!

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I made this cheerful card for a friend that is a bee lover, I know she's going to love it! It is an easel card made with Graphic 45's French Country DCE, definitely one of my favorite paper collections! I created some pretty layers using Cheery Lynn's Horizon French Flair Boutique Stacker Frames and the French Flair Pierce And Cut Tool. Then I used the Distressed Honeycomb from the new Cheery Lynn vintage die release. It is the perfect thing for this card!
I used the Pierced Stacker 3 to diecut a small label for my sentiment.  Those adorable bees are laser cut wood veneers from Creative Embellishments.
A strip across the bottom with a fussy cut sunflower that has been popped up with foam, and two bees, serve to hold the easel in place.
I left room on the side to write a note.

Supplies from Cheery Lynn Designs:
 Distressed Honeycomb - 1 Piece Die Set - B887

Other Supplies
Graphic 45 French Country DCE
Creative Embellishments wood veneer bumblebees
Bazzill Beeswax cardstock

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Just Bee-cause With Lisa Blastick

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Hi! Welcome back to a new card using Cheery Lynn Designs! Today's card is all about the new fabulous distressed honeycomb....I printed up the bee off the blog and fussy cut it out twice...One bee was a bit larger and then I just made the second bee a bit smaller. 

The sunflower was cut out in yellow twice and once in white. I die cut the center of the yellow sunflowers in black. They all have a shiny coat in the center using diamond glaze. I then printed up the sentiment and ran it though the printer on yellow cardstock. I used the smallest of fishtail banners for my sentiment. 

Closer view....and some white pearls for the finishing touch. 


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

Friday, July 21, 2017

Baby Card with Maggi

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Graphic 45's Precious Memories collection is so perfect for making baby cards along with Cheery Lynn's Baby Pram die.  Take a look at that sweet Baby Pram, isn't that just the most perfect die for a baby card?  It's part of the new vintage die release from Cheery Lynn Designs.   I've layered it over the Distressed Honeycomb die, which is also part of the vintage release.
This is a step card, here you can see how it stands on its own.  I made cherry blossoms to gussy up my card.  They are easy to make, just a couple layers and a pearl center.  Ink the edges and center to make the flowers more realistic.

I stamped a sentiment onto the Pierced Stacker .  I also used the Pierced Stacker  in a larger size behind the pram diecut.  

When I make step cards I always like to have my diecuts extending beyond the card's edge.  I used the Horizon Coved Rectangle Boutique Stackers to cut a large frame and layered that at the bottom allowing it to extend over the top of the card.

Cheery Lynn Designs Die Used:

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Everybody Card with Cheryl Walker

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 Hello everyone, and Happy Wednesday to you all!  Today I have a fun summery card I created for Cheery Lynn Designs using the beautiful floral & doily dies. I have to say I LOVE the wide variety of dies that Cheery Lynn carries, and all the different Beautiful Doilies.  It's a crafter's heaven....hehehee

For my card today, I started off by using a paper collection called Sugar Rush by Basic Grey.  I'm sure it's an old old collection, as I have hardly any sheets left in this 6 x 6 paper pad....hehehehe

Next I took one of the coordinating design papers and cut out my Small Gardenia strip flowers B433. I love the look of these grey polka dot gardenias. They were super easy to make and all I did was add some pearls to the centers.

Next I cut out some of the Floral Bouquet Kit greenery B777 to use with these beautiful gardenias, and I LOVE how these turned out using 2 different Club Scrap green inks, and a blending foam dabber. LOVE the look of the leaves!!

Doily Layers were done using 3 different Cheery Lynn Doilies
DL282 Alpine Flourish Doily
DL280 Royal Scandinavian Doily
DL232 Ankara Lace Doily

These were all cut out using white card stock, and layered within the layers of my card. I LOVE adding lots of layers to all my cards, it's so fun to create them with layers :)

The sentiment was stamped using the Bazinga! stamp set from The Project Bin, and 2 different blue ink pens.

The ribbon is from Really Reasonable Ribbon and is a taffeta in the color maize.
Lastly I added some fun sewing to all my layers.

Thank you for looking and have a lovely day!

Hugs to all,

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

CAS Vintage Card Set with Laurie Schmidt

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Hi everyone!

Laurie here from Stamping Up North sharing a clean and simple card set that I made with the new Veriloquent Vintage dies. I love this new collection!

Two of my favorites are the Dusty Miller Square and the Vintage Tile. Each one is so beautiful on it's own, but I also like them together.
 I decided to use them to make my set of cards. I cut a Dusty Miller Square out in lavender, blue and red, topped them with a Vintage Tile, and added a matching enamel dot in the centers.
Then I just stamped a different sentiment on each one and they were done!

 I love the detail on each of these dies. In the card above you can see that I cut off the side scrolls on the Vintage Tile, which also gave it a different look.

Be sure to check out the rest of the new Veriloquent Vintage collection here, there are so many beautiful dies in this release!

Here's the list of the dies I used:

Thanks for stopping by!

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