Monday, September 23, 2013

Thankful with Cheery Lynn Designs

Happy Monday to you!  It's my day to share a project over on the Cheery Lynn Designs blog today.

Did you have a moment to see the latest challenge yet?  It's "Die Cut Flowers" and I am all about making my own flowers, in fact it's one of my favorite things to do!  I was so inspired I decided to play along with our theme for this post. I chose the pretty fall papers from the Autumn Song collection by BoBunny.

"Thankful" (5.5" x 5.5" card)

To create my card, I used the largest French Flair Scalloped for the base, then I layered a French Flair Classic on top. The Fall Leaf Doily with Angel Wings is the anchor focal point of the card. The size worked so nicely for my sentiment sticker. I added a bit of diamond stickles to my design for interest.

The larger orange flower to the left I used the Cheery Blossom for my base and the Miniature Rose as the center.  The pattern paper used was chevron and I found it interesting to layer.  The Lace Corner Deco I cut apart and used on the top and the bottom of my card along with some coordinating pearls for interest.

Cheery Lynn Designs dies used:
French Flair Scalloped - XL13
French Flair Classic - L12
Fall Leaf Doily with Angel Wings - DL249
Chrysanthemum Strip - B311
Daisy Strip - B259
Darling Daisies - A196
Olive Branches - B147
Fanciful Flourish - B117
Ankara Lace Border - B332
Miniature Rose - B152
Build a Flower Embellishment 2 - B187
Cherry Blossom - B129
Lace Corner Deco D - B164

Other Products:  
Pattern Papers and Stickers, Autumn Song Collection by BoBunny 
Bling and Pearls by Want2Scrap
Ribbon by Maggie Holmes for Crate Paper

Happy Fall to you!  I really hope you can join us and play along with our challenge this week, we would love to see your Die Cut Flower creations.  You could win a $20 shopping trip in the store! Check out all the challenge details here.


Denise van Deventer said...

Super card many gorgeous elements! Love your diecut bloom...really fabulous!

Lynn said...

Love your card Rhonda. The elements are gorgeous and I adore the flowers you made!