Monday, September 1, 2014

Envelope Card with Cheery Lynn Designs

Happy first day of September to you.  It's my day to host the blog over at Cheery Lynn Designs.

I have a criss cross style card to share with you today. This style of card is fun to create as you get a decorative envelope and another sweet little card to go inside.


Once I assembled my base piece, I used our Card Maker Rectangle Classic to cut my pieces for the front. I then used the Lilith Edger Doily die on my angle.  You see the Anastasia Border peeking out on the sides and bottom.


The Fiona's Magic Mirror fit perfectly inside to create the base for my card. The other layers were used with Card Maker Rectangle classic and scalloped. The little tags were layered and tucked in to create a little tab to help pull the card out.


I've used a variety of flowers here for interest and texture along with the Rose Leaf Strip and Flourish Leaf Strip.  I hope you liked my creation today, it was really fun to create this card.

If you would like to make one of these cards, you can find the tutorial by Beate Johns on SplitCoastStampers here.

Cheery Lynn Designs Dies Used:
Card Maker Rectangle Classic - CM-1

Other Products:
Madeleine Collection by BoBunny
Pearls by Kaisercraft

Please join us this week for our all new challenge, "Hearts A Glow".  You could win a $20 gift certificate just for playing along!

Thanks for stopping on over to the blog today.  Have a wonderful week!
~ Rhonda 

Monday, August 25, 2014

Vintage Noel Card with Cheery Lynn Designs

Happy Monday to you!  It's my day to host the blog over at Cheery Lynn Designs.

I have a holiday themed card to share with you today created in a more neutral color scheme. The new release has beautiful holiday sentiments and this card features the all new "Noel" die.

"Noel" (A2 size card)

I used one of the Horizon Coved Rectangle Boutique Stackers as part of my base. On top of this, I've adhered two cuts of the Tree Blowing In The Wind and adhered them on the horizontal in position.

The Oval Coved Rectangle Boutique Stacker is layered on top of it using Foam Adhesive for dimension.  You'll see that the tree peeks out and creates a framed shape. Noel is cut and adhered next.


To accent the sentiment, I've used our Tea Roses in Medium and Small. Cut a Holly Flourish in neutral paper, then cut it apart to tuck it in among my florals. 

I've misted my flowers with gold shimmer mist. The Lace Corner Deco 2 was cut twice and adhered on the top ad bottom, then accented with pearl gems in a neutral color.

Another image to show texture:


Cheery Lynn Designs Dies Used:

Thank you so much for stopping on over to the blog.  Be sure to join us for our all new challenge this week, the theme is "Frame It"!  You could win a $20 gift certificate to the Cheery Lynn Designs online store just for playing along.

Have a super scrappity day!

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Road Trip with UmWowStudio!

Happy weekend to you!  I have a fun project to share with you that I created for UmWowStudio featuring the new "Souvenir" collection from BoBunny.

I have a confession, I have some favorite chipboard elements and I was hoarding one of them. Do you ever have a piece or two that you just love like that?

We recently took a family vacation and I wanted to grab a few images that my husband shared on FaceBook.

Road Trip!

The View Finder inspired my page, I decided to add some funky pattern paper to back it so it looked like there was film in it. I coated it with Radiant Rain in Pewter.


One of the Layered Arrows was base coated with cream paint and I stamped an ampersand on it. The Confetti Heart was inked with a Cherry Red Ink.


The Christmas Speech Bubble was used to frame one of my elements.



UmWowStudio Products:

Other Products:
Souvenir Pattern Papers by BoBunny
Stamp and Button by BoBunny
Navy Cardstock by Core'dinations
Kraft Cardstock by The Paper Company
Enamel Dots by Basic Grey
Twine by The Twinery
Other: Sequins, Thread and Sewing Machine

Thanks so much for stopping on over to my blog today! What's your favorite UmWowStudio item right now? Perhaps you've guessed but one of mine is the View Finder. 

Monday, August 18, 2014

Season's Greetings with Cheery Lynn Designs

Happy Monday to you!  It's my day to host the blog over at Cheery Lynn Designs today.

I have a bit of Christmas inspiration to share with you featuring our new release dies "Season's Greetings Ornament" along with the "Dancing Snow Flurries" accents.


I cut the Season's Greetings Ornament from a cereal box, then colored the design using a paintbrush and some color mists. The green circle layer behind it is cut from corrugated paper. to help the design pop a little I used a Scallop Circle cut from vellum behind it.

The Lilith Doily Edger was cut to create a border strip.  I used it on the bottom under the layers and the little bit that I cut off, was folded over to create a tab at the top.

Tip:  
I adhered the Season's Greetings Ornament to the vellum using small amounts of Glossy Accents. To then attach the vellum to the green corrugate layer, I flipped over the vellum and touched my Glossy Accents again on the larger areas only of the design.  It worked really well.


I took some inspiration from Julie's recent post to distress the edges of my Poinsettia Strip flowers with a touch of gesso. I loved how it gives a bit of a shabby feel to them.  I also misted them and crumpled them before assembling and adding the gesso. Thank you Julie!

Cheery Lynn Designs Dies Used:

Other Products:
Christmas Collage Pattern Paper - BoBunny
Queen and Company Goosebumps
Ribbon
Heidi Swapp Color Shine - Gold, Green and Cherry

Please join us this week for our new challenge, "Doilies" - you could win a $20 gift certificate to the Cheery Lynn Designs online store just for playing along!

Thanks much for stopping on over to the blog today!  Have a super fabulous Monday.