Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Cheery Lynn Designs CHA Sneakpeek

This weekend is the Craft and Hobby Association Trade show in California.  Cheery Lynn Designs will be there displaying all their fabulous dies and as well as presenting some new dies.  For today's card, I have used 3 new products that will be released at the show.


I started by cutting a card base using a folded piece of Cryogen card stock and my largest Scallop Circle XL Stackers die.  By sliding the fold of the card down the die just a bit, I can cut a card shape that is round but hinged on the top.  With the same die, I cut a lavender scallop circle and attached it to the card base.  Next using a piece of soft green Stardreams paper, I cut out the new English Doily die attaching it to the lavender scallop circle.  I cut a small circle out of lavender for the center, again using my Scallop Circle XL Stackers die .  Before attaching it to my English Doily, I used the new Circle Stitcher plate, embossing to give it faux stitches all over the circle.  Next came the center starburst, which I die cut using the new Canadian Kaleidoscope Doily, I just hand trimmed the center portion out.  The last step was to add some accents with my Viva Decor Pearl pen.  Finished size 5 5/8 inches.

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7 comments:

Karen W said...

Gogeous and I love all these new dies!

Becky said...

WOW I love this card. Those dies are fantastic!!! Wish you wouldn't show such cute cards, makes me spend more money.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful. Looks like a real doily.
Edna

Bonnie Brown said...

A very gorgeous card. It is so beautiful created out of the new Doily dies. Love the colors.

Sandra1968 said...

This is beautiful! Very stylish.

Stacey Richardson, SweetStamps.com said...

Beautiful - so much detail! These have already been ordered for the store. Can't wait to try them on vellum :)

Linda Grady said...

WOW, stunning, Sandy. You should submit this to a magazine. Love these dies and think I'll need to place an order - real soon!