Thursday, March 19, 2015

Nature Themed Dies with Cheery Lynn Designs

Greetings and happy Thursday to you! It's my day to host the blog over at Cheery Lynn Designs.

For today's project I mixed a few of our nature themed dies (Happy Halloween Twiggy Wreath, Cattails and Reeds and Quill and Ink Pot) together with our pretty Lilith Edger and Dutch Daisy Boutique Stacker Frames to mix things up a little bit. I think it takes on a soft and romantic feel.

I started with a base white A2 cardstock background, then added the Dutch Daisy Boutique Stacker Frame to it. Next, I cut a Cardmaker's Rectangle Scalloped, then used the Lilith Doily Edger on one side. Next, I cut the Happy Halloween Twiggy Wreath and the Horizon Fishtail Banners.

The medium Horizon Fishtail Banner is a bit long for the card, so I cut a little bit from the middle and adhered behind my pink Scalloped Rectangle and Edger cut layer. I cut the Coved Rectangle and adhered behind the pink Scalloped Rectangle. 

I used the Quills and tucked them under the banners, then the Princess Tree was layered as well and tacked down with the flowers arranged on top.  Here you can see the dimension of the Sweet Williams and Darling Daisies. The Tiny Fanciful Flourishes are tucked in under either side of the flowers.

Cheery Lynn Designs Dies Used:
Quill and Ink Pot - B369
Cattails and Reeds - B389
Princess Tree - B180
Happy Halloween Twiggy Wreath - B469 
Darling Daisies - A196
Ivy Strip - B304
Horizon Fishtail Banners - DL278
Dutch Daisy Boutique Stacker A2 Frame - DL293
Tags 4 - B263
Sweet Williams Strip - B307
Tiny Fanciful Flourish - B387 
Coved Rectangle Classic Stacker - XL-10 
Lilith Doily Edger - B404
Card Maker Rectangle Scalloped - CM2 

The papers used for my project are from a previous Flying Unicorn kit and include some by Studio 75 and Prima. The grey gem is Prima and the pink are Queen and Company.

Please join us this week for our new challenge, Celebrate! You can win a gift certificate to the online Cheery Lynn Designs store just for playing along!

Thanks so much for stopping on over to the blog today, have a super scrappity day!

1 comment:

Sandra Smith said...

Beautiful and very creative!