Monday, October 16, 2017

Cheery Lynn Designs "Baby It's Cold Outside Blog Hop"

Hello everyone and Welcome to Cheery Lynn Designs "Baby It's Cold Outside Blog Hop". Today all of the Cheery Lynn Designers will be showcasing the Beautiful dies from Cheery Lynn Designs. So grab yourself a cup of your favorite beverage and enjoy today's hop. You wont want to miss this one!!!
You should have arrived from Maggi's Blog.  if not you will want to start at the beginning, The Cheery Lynn Designs Blog so you don't miss any of the designers posts for today


For my card today I chose to use the sweet New Sparkle Christmas Tree B913 , Window B Die FRM142, Fancy Reindeer, Poinsettia strip, wreath strip, Alpine flourish Doily. Love how they all look together for a super Pretty Christmas card.

I started with the Reindeer, cut him out in white card stock, and distressed him with inks. Next I cut out the Green tree, using a bazzill embossed card stock. The window was cut out in a swirl card stock white. Super fun, I backed the window using a design paper from pebbles home for Christmas collection. Next I backed the window with the Alpine Flourish Doily in brown.

Poinsettia's were cut using scraps leftover from the background design paper on my card. I then distressed with red club scrap ink, and then did the glass technique on them. I have several videos under my Tutorial tab that you can view. Behind the poinsettia's I used the wreath pieces, I cut 3 strips Bow was created using RRR Ribbon, and pearls.

Cheery Lynn Design Supplies Used:
Window B Die FRM142
Sparkle Christmas Tree B913
Fancy Reindeer 7piece set B843
Poinsettia Strip B324
Wreath Strip B216
Alpine Flourish Doily DL282
Big Sister Die cutting machine
Scrap perfect best glue ever
I hope you enjoyed my CARD for today!!! Please let me know what you think of my card, as I always enjoy reading the wonderful comments!! thank you all so much!!!

Your NEXT stop on the Hop is Laurie's Blog ! Thank you for stopping by! Don't forget to stop and leave a comment on each blog as there is a GIVEAWAY as well :) Enjoy!!!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Sweet Christmas Tag

Hello crafty friends, today I have a sweet Christmas tag I created for Really Reasonable Ribbon using some of their gorgeous ribbons from this months club, and then some embellishments as well. I picked 2 ribbons and then the lace from this months kit. Love them all!!!

On my tag I chose to use Graphic45 design paper to cover this large tag, then cut one of the design papers that had little tags and added this one using the foam tabs, and that is where the Santa and Sentiment came from. I had some red Poinsettia's that I had cut extra for my card yesterday and thought they would be cute on this tag, so I added what I had left. I also added some 8mm pearls, metal leaves, and green leaves to the cluster of poinsettia's. I added lace across the bottom, and then used the large diamond satin to tie through the hole, and then used the other satin to create my bow.

I had a lot of fun creating this sweet little Christmas tag, as it took very little time, and was super easy to make. Love when you can make tags fast, and they turn out cute! :)

Really Reasonable Ribbon Supplies Used:



Thank you for looking and have a lovely day!
Hugs to all,

Friday, October 13, 2017

Really Reasonable Ribbon October Blog Hop

 Welcome to "Really Reasonable Ribbon's" October Blog Hop!


If you arrived here from Ginny's Blog you are on the right track. If not , you will want to head back to the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog that way you don't miss out on any of the FABULOUS Designs from the Design Team today! There is going to be lots of Beautiful projects to see today using September Ribbon Assortment, so I hope you Enjoy!!!

I LOVE all the Christmas ribbons in this months assortment , and I always LOVE each month, as Bonnie puts together an AWESOME assortment! On my card for today I did use 1 of the ribbons in this kit. I also used RRR Foam Tabs  & 1" Scor-Tape for the layers, also used some embellishments! It was a hard choice as I wanted to use them all, but the design papers i chose looks perfect with this red.
 Poinsettia's -Were done using Cheery Lynn's Poinsettia strip die. I cut out a coordinating design paper from the same stack called "Merry & Bright" from Pebbles. I then distressed the edges of the poinsettias using a red ink, and then using the Glass Flower Technique, which can be found under my tutorials tab on the top of my blog. Stamens were used, and are the RRR gold ones. I punched holes in the poinsettia flowers so i could put the stamens through and hot glue them together, this was done last. Leaves  I used 2 different sizes on this card.

Sentiments- were stamped using The Project Bins stamp sets called "Joyful Song" & "Maybe Christmas" and were stamped using the Mini Misti tool and club scrap Moss ink.

Bow- was created using the beautiful red from this months gorgeous Ribbon Club Collection
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I hope you all are enjoying today's hop, and hope you enjoyed my post as well! :)
Your NEXT stop for today's hop is Bonnie's Wonderful Blog!!!

Hugs to all,
Cheryl

Monday, October 9, 2017

Cheery Lynn Friendly Felines

 Hello crafty friends and Happy Monday to you all! Today's card was created for Cheery Lynn Designs using their DARLING dies! I LOVE these Friendly Felines, as they are super cute, and fun to color up. I also used some other dies as well on this card for today.

My card measures 6" x 6" and I used a dark grey for the card base, then orange for the layers too. The design paper is super sweet and perfect for Halloween. Its Pebbles TRICKS and TREATS paper stack. On each layer I used a lavender thread to do the sewing on the machine. Each Feline was distress using inks. And put together using one of my favorite glues from Cheery Lynn called "Best Glue Ever" I did however use a copic on the middle kitty, and then distressed his face,tail,and legs. I also added some white gel dots for fun.

My sentiment is from The Project Bin and was stamped in a purple ink, and then I distressed the circle using the die for the frame and then distressing, that is why it has 2 shades. Circle was cut using Cheery Lynns LPC4 Circle pierce and cut die set. Then I also used 2 dies behind it, they are B888 Flourish frame cut in a black and white coordinating design paper. Then I cut the DL314 Quadrafoil Square Doily using a grey card stock.

All dies were cut using the Big Sister Die cut machine.

Ribbons and embellishment are from Really Reasonable Ribbon. Layers were done using foam tabs for 3-D look.
Cheery Lynn Supplies Used:

This is my sweet kitty Gizmo who loves being in the craft room with his momma! He is new to our family, we just got him about 3 weeks ago, and he is adjusting fine....hehehehe

I really enjoyed creating this super sweet Halloween card using these darling Felines, and frames! Hope you enjoyed my post today, and thank you for stopping by!
Thank you for looking and have a wonderful day!
hugs to all,
Cheryl

Friday, October 6, 2017

Have a Creepy Halloween

Hello Crafty Friends and Happy Friday to you all!
Today's card was designed for The Project Bin Stamps & Really Reasonable Ribbons Challenge that started today. I also used some of Cheery Lynn's super sweet die's!

Aww and I have to share the newest member to our family. His name is Gizmo named by my oldest Daughter Britney! heheheeh We thought he looked like a Gizmo so its perfect for him. He also LOVES the craft room, and spends lots of time down here with me, except he isn't crafting, he is getting into stuff, and having fun! :) 
of course in the photo below he is resting under the lights on my work area..hehehee little cutie!
For my card today, I started out by using the Halloween Tricks and Treats by Pebbles stack, laying each layer with black and orange card stock, and then sewing each layer including the sentiment layer which I stamped using the The Project Bins "Creepy Halloween" set in black ink, on white card stock and dusting around the edges with orange and black from Tim Holtz distress inks. All sewing is done in white thread on this card.

Next I cut out the Cheery Lynn Friendly Felines using white card stock and colored with copic marker, and dusted in the darker color. Eyes were colored and nose using copic markers too. The Twisted Tree was cut in a brown card stock, making it super easy and fun for my card :)

Bows were created using Really Reasonable Ribbons Swiss Black Polka Dot Satin, and then the spider ribbon from Septembers Ribbon Assortment. I also used Really Reasonable Ribbons Foam tabs for layering the popped up layers.

Thank you for stopping by and have a super awesome Day!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Welcome Baby Treat Bags & Diaper Cake

Hello everyone and Happy Tuesday!
Today I wanted to share these darling Welcome Baby Treat bags & Diaper Cake that I created for A Special Baby shower I did this past weekend for my Son and his Girlfriend who are due to have our grandson this December 25th. We are all so excited! I used Really Reasonable Ribbon to create both the Diaper Cake, and I made 32 of these super sweet treat bags and had a lot of fun creating them. They have candy bars inside them, for a Fun little treat.

So for the bags I used what I had , thank God I had 36 of these..hehehehe, I then used dies to cut out the fancy label and the Cheery Lynn Pierced stacker die. I then used SU! punches for the scallop circle and the circle. The little stamped sentiment is an old SU! stamp.

To layer each of the die cuts, I used Really Reasonable Ribbons Thin Foam Tabs. Then to close the flap on the top I used Scor-Tape in the 1", as it made it easy to do 32 of these. The big brown bow was done with Really Reasonable Ribbons brown Satin Ribbon, and next I used what I had left of the sweet baby hands blue grosgrain ribbon,  And for the centers of the bows I used brad buttons that I had a ton of in my stash.

Really Reasonable Ribbon Supplies Used:
Thin Foam Tabs white
Scor-Tape 1" to close the flap
Double Faced Satin Ribbon
Baby Hands blue grosgrain ribbon
polka Dots 1 1/2"


This is one of the diaper cakes I made for the shower, it uses the Really Reasonable Ribbon Brown Satin Double faced as well. I also used the Baby Blue and brown Polka Dot Grosgrain and used the solid sides of those by just flipping the ribbon over and using the backside, as I needed it to be solid for this cake.

I hope you enjoy my post for today, as I really had so much fun planning this fun shower. I will share a couple of other photo's in my post here for you all! Hugs!

Diaper Cake
Here are the Proud Momma and Daddy to be! So exciting! You can see the bags and the diaper cake to the right side :)


Thank you so much for looking and have a lovely day!
hugs to all,
Cheryl

Saturday, September 30, 2017

You're a peach.

Hello Crafty Friends, and Happy Saturday to you all!
Today's SWEET card was designed for Club Scrap using the BEAUTIFUL Orchard Collection, and can I just say I'm in LOVE! This Club Kit is perfect not only for card making but also for those Layouts, and mini albums too! I love all the fruit in this kit, and all the beautiful stamp sets that go along with it. Ok enough of me rambling on....hehehehee

So for my card I chose to make another 6" x 6" card base, and then layered it up using the same piece of 12" x 12" design paper from the Orchard Deluxe Club Kit. I didn't want to cover up the beautiful design, so instead I cut a small leftover scrap piece and stamped the Because you're so sweet sentiment on it. Next I stamped the 2 peaches and colored them up using several copic markers and fussy cut them out. I used Orchards Greetings for the sentiments on the front/inside, and the Large peach. Next for the smaller peach I used that from the stamp set called Orchard Jumbo Unmounted stamps.  This Beautiful Orchard kit inspired me to stamp and finish the inside of my card for today. Normally I wait to do the insides, and don't typically stamp on the insides, just add my writing, however I love when I do the insides to match an outside of my card, so very pleased with this one! heheehe

Club Scrap Supplies Used:
Orchard Embellishment Cut-A-Parts for the piece in the bottle cap.

Other supplies used:
Really Reasonable Ribbon, 
Really Reasonable Ribbon foam squares
Sewing
Copic markers
Green card stock

Challenges:
Craftaholics R Us/Anything goes 
Frilly and Funkie/Show us your stamps
Thank you so much for looking and have a lovely day!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl