Friday, January 20, 2017

Don't be shy..

  Thank goodness for the weekend folks!  I am off today to big town to get supplies. Another storm is suppose to make its way here.  Got a project to share. An oversize tag with this cute little guy.  I have used him before and just had to again. 

 He is a shy little guy sending off his love mail.....I used Cheery Lynn Dies and RRR ribbons of course.  I love this little mail box die!

I added some fun buttons, brads, and a cute banner sticker.   All in my fave colors of reds and aqua blues.   See his homies peeking over the fence???  Too cute.

   Okay out the door I go!   Happy weekend, Cherry

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Cheery Lynn Blog Hop Time

             Hi there Cheery Lynn Peeps!  So excited to join my first CL blog hop today!  You should have found your way here from Lisa's  blog. We have some great new are gonna be so excited when you see all the creations coming your way! The "Bohemian Collection" is truly gorgeous.   One random person who comments will win a 20.00 gift card to the Cheery Lynn store.

                   I started with this sweet and very simple card using the new Bohemian word set  and Mehndi botanicals 4 set ....covering my card stock in two pattern papers and die cutting my hello. Instead of using the diecut I used the negative cut for my sentiment.

I than added my ribbon all the way around my card and tied several bows.  From here I diecut my flowers and layered then with the leaves.  I used vintage wallpaper for the leaves and just love the pattern it added.

 From there I simply added all the flowers and layered them....very simple, soft, and feminine.

 Next up a soft, girly, and OHHHHH sooooo Groovy card!!!  I love it...and I love that word!

 I used two pattern papers and cut my "Build a Paisley" diecut set out of a solid pink and layered it I added my LOVE with some foam adhesive for dimension. 

 I diecut several of the mini hearts and peace signs and than sprinkled them out from top to bottom.  I added a few pink buttons...and some soft seam binding and was done.

I love it ....and can feel my boho chic coming out!!!

Thanks for stopping by you next stop is Bonnie'sfabby blog! 

Cheery Lynn New Dies Used:

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Birthday wishes

Hello Cheery Lynn Peeps!  Got another card for you today using several fantastic dies.  I created a fun birthday card.....perfect for a New Year birthday.  I used Birthday Wishes circle die for my sentiment and layered it on top of both the Birthday Cake shaker die set and the clock (steampunk)series set,

 I added ribbons and mini gold sequins that I randomly placed here and there inside the cake die.

 I just love all that dimension you get when you add foam adhesive and layer several of your dies up.

for a bit more interest I used the Quatrofoil A2 frame 2 die as my background paper. 

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Sunday, January 15, 2017

I love you

Hey RRR peeps!  Got a cute one for you today......YES another Valentine card.  But...but...but....there so fun to create.  Here she is....full of vibrant pinks....and a whole lot of old school holiday. 

 I used Baby pink and lipstick red seam binding and mixed them together. 

 I also added a lovely Wild Orchid Pink wild rose.  Lots of layers and older pieces of chipboard that I was er....hoarding.  They found a home today though!  Yeaaaaaaa!

Well folks that is it for me today..............ya'll have a wonderful day.

Friday, January 13, 2017

Really Reasonable Ribbon blog hop

         Hello folks..almost mid way through January and it is time for a RRR blog hop!  Hope the new year is treating you well!  You should have made your way here from kathy's  beautiful blog.  If at any time you find yourself lost just make your way back to the RRR blog link above.  Here are this month's ribbons.

Here is my project a cute Valentine card.  All about the love and chocolates!  The best part of valentine's day is the candy right? 

I used some fun diecuts from Cheery Lynn designs to shape my card..just layering my papers.

 I carried the design inside the card as well with a bit of matching papers and ribbon. 

Great way to use the last snippets of paper and ribbons.  I also used some Wild Orchid red berries to nestle inside my bow.

Well that is it for stop for you is linsey's fab blog.  Have fun!  hugs, Cherry

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Will You be OUR Valentine?

Hi folks!  Got a new post up on the Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Blog.  All the coldness has me nestled inside happy as a clam creating away.  I came up with this sweet little wooden plaque perfect for Valentine's Day.

I covered this little sweetie in papers and gorgeous Banner borders strips.  I first embossed the border strips with white embossing powder than layered then around my image.  I layered a mini ruler at the bottom and added buttons, a wooden spool, and an embossed key and key plate from the Key and plates shape set.  I cut the key down and glued inside the key plate to look like it is just about to be unlocked.  I love little details like this!!!

I added tinsel and ribbons and a sticker and this little valentine sign was complete! 

Hope you enjoy!!!  hugs, 

Gypsy Laser Cut supplies used: 

Saturday, January 7, 2017

Cozy winter birthday

                    Hi ya Cheery Lynn peeps!  Got a fun little card for you today. Most of us know someone who is unlucky enough to have their birthday right in the middle of me.  Yep mine is in December.  So I came up with a Wintery Birthday card that is sure to cheer someone up.
                   I used two different dies.  Both the Winter Neighborhood border die and the
Clock (steampunk series).   They are both very versatile dies.  I love them!

 I let the diecuts tell their much fun to let them take center stage.

 I added some buttons, berries, and cabochons to middle of card.

I just had to cut one little ole tree and add it here to the was too cute to throw away!

I added a little ribbon and lace and was done!  Of course this die could be used for Christmas but also for Winter and switch it up even more and use it as a birthday card!  Hope you like!  Enjoy, cherry

Cheery Lynn Dies used: