Monday, March 7, 2011

Cheery Lynn Designs - All about Texture

Today I wanted to show you some of the great texture you can achieve with Cheery Lynn Designs products. 

I began with my largest French Flair XL Stackers die for the card base.  I moved the paper over just a bit so it would leave a hinge.  Next I used my Large Rectangle Stitcher Plate to add wonderful stitching texture on the card base.  For the background piece, I cut a coordinating French Flair XL Silver Stacker out of Coredinations Core Essentials paper.  I embossed this piece with my Eccentric Circles XL embossing plate, then I sanded the raised areas to reveal the inner lighter core of the paper.  This adorable image is from Mo Manning, she is called Sophie.  I printed her onto Cryogen paper then colored her with my Copic markers.
Sophie - E000, E00
Sophie's Hair - E13
Sophie's Dress and Socks - V12
Doll - E41
Doll's Dress - G12
Doll's Hair - E33
Shadow - C1
I used my Scalloped Oval XL Stackers and the coordinating Oval XL Silver Stacker to create the panel behind Sophie.  I embossed the purple panel with my Petite Hearts XL embossing plate, again sanding the paper to bring up the embossed hearts.   For the green rectangle panel, I added texture with my Large Rectangle Stitcher Plate  I created the flower using my Tropical Flower die, adding a flourish from my Bird on a Branch 2 die.  I think this is a wonderful look with no designer paper needed


sem media said...

Thanks for the information i will go and take a look for it.

sem media

Bonnie Brown said...

What a great card showing how to use just CS and Cheery Lynn's embossing plates. Love Sophia on the hearts! Great colors.!!

Anonymous said...

Sophie is a real cutie and like the layout and colors. A keeper. Edna

Dawnll said...

This is sweet as can be Sandy- love all those shapes and textures.
Thanks for the inspiration

Stamping Seasons said...

Oh wow, I love this card Sandy! the colours and texture are amazing, looks like velvet.

Sandra1968 said...

This is a gorgeous card!