It's time for Cheery Lynn's "Baby It's Cold Outside" Blog Hop!
If you arrived from Cheryl's Blog you are on the right track.If not, head on back to the Cheery Lynn Designs Blog and start from the beginning so you don't miss any of the awesome projects.
There will be a prize giveaway for one random person who comments and answers the questions on the Cheery Lynn blog!
I did some layering on my card with Cheery Lynn's scalloped rectangles ...3 layers actually, each popped up with some dimensionals. On top of that I added a piece of the Mandy Doily...so soft and delicate!
Then I cut out a couple of coffee cups with the Brew Can Do It set and decorated the top with some tiny holly from the Christmas Wreath dies. The snowflakes are SO pretty...they are from the Happy Christmas/tree sentiment set. I've been using them on so many of my Christmas and winter cards...just the right size for so many projects.
The challenge at Dies R Us is to use leaves in your creation.
I made a fall card using some fun plaid paper and Cheery Lynn dies. I did some inlaying with the Cinderella Pumpkin die, and added a sunflower and branch behind them. I backed it all on a stitched rectangle, and stamped my sentiment in black.
I have a quick Halloween card to share today using some fun Cherry Lynn dies. I cut them out in the usual Halloween colors and backed my scene on some grey card stock. The circle is actually cut with some glitter paper I had in my stash. I added a few enamel dots,too.
I'm headed to a craft fair today, and then on to our local craft store which has so many amazing dies and stamps...I wonder what I'll end up dragging home! LOL I won't be dragging...prolly skipping with a big smile on my face!
I used this fall plate from Impression Obsession to make a ton of fall cards this year. I also used it for my card group at Good Samaritan. They loved it! I kept it kind of simple...no inlaying like I did on my card for The Paper Players.
I've been into a shimmer paper kick lately and used it here...added a few tiny pearls too!
Be sure to check out the rest of the Paper Players Design Team:
I've been busy making my Halloween cards for this fall, and I ran across a few of Cheery Lynn's witch's laundry die cuts that I had made up from a few years ago. It's such a classic die and makes such cute cards! Plus they are FUN to make.
Since the clothes lines were already done, I just made some plaid diagonal panels to adhere them on. I added a couple of enamel dots and stamped my sentiment from Taylored Expression's Simply Said Halloween in black.