Monday, December 11, 2017

Jingle Bells With Lisa Blastick

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Hello again! Are you getting all your Christmas cards done? Well, I have been working on mine and I'm slowly getting there....I have been busy with my new puppy...he tries to come help me scrap too! 
This is a new card using a sketch from Verve using some Verve stamps and more Cheery Lynn Designs die cuts. 

I believe the "cuties 3" is on the clearance section so be sure to pick yours up soon! 
I love the "stitched circles" I use them quite a bit. The beautiful "holly" is the smaller of the two in the set. So you can go bigger if you like. 

I added some pearls throughout....

Thanks for stopping by today! 
Have a great week!
Hugs Lisa 

Sunday, December 10, 2017

Let it Snow!

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Hi there, Maggi here to share a big tag with you.  I've used a lot of Cheery Lynn Designs dies to make this layered large tag from Creative Embellishments (it's 5.5" x 10").  Starting from the bottom, a brown striped oval using Oval Scalloped LG Stackers Nesting Dies , then a blue patterned piece cut with Horizon Coved Rectangle Boutique Stacker Frames Die, next another brown piece cut with Royal Scandinavian Boutique Stacker A2 Frame, a blue piece cut with A2 Frames Rectangular Scalloped, and finally topped with a cut-apart from the Graphic 45 Seasons collection.  I know, that's a lot of layers and some are barely visible.  Still, all those layers work together to make this beautiful tag.

In the upper right corner I've used two cuts from the Horizon Fishtail Banners 3 Piece Die Set and topped that with a die cut label using the Sentiment Frame #1  set.  Next I layered on a sticker from the Seasons collection and topped all that with handmade flowers.

I made two sizes of roses using the Large Rose 7 Piece Die Set and the Tea Rose Small- 6 Piece Die Set.  The flowers with the pearled stamens were made with Judy's Blooms Die and the other white flowers were made with Floral Bouquet Kit 8 Piece Die Set.  Then to set off my florals perfectly, I used the dainty Branch 2 Piece Die Set .  I really love this branch, the leaves are a perfect size and just so pretty!  I wanted to add lots of sparkle to my flowrs so they have been painted with clear Wink of Stella and then highlighted with Star Dust Stickles.

The Let It Snow - 4 Piece set makes such a great title, I love the font and the pretty stars that come with the die set.  I went over all the letters with Star Dust Stickles for lots of sparkle!  Underneath the title I used two different sized cuts from the Pierced Stacker 3 set.  I also used some cardboard to pop up the top layer to make it really stand out.

Graphic 45 Seasons Collection
Creative Embellishments Large Tags

Saturday, December 9, 2017

Merry Christmoose with Cheryl Walker

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Hello everyone and Happy Saturday to you all! Today I have a simple Christmas card designed for Cheery Lynn Designs called Merry Christmoose..hehehe, isn't he just too cute!!?? This card took less than 25 minutes to create, as it's just the one layer, and then die cuts, so super easy to create!

The moose and wording were all cut out in white card stock then colored with Copics. I glued them together using the Best Glue Ever that Cheery Lynn carries. Next I cut my Quadrafoil Square Doily out in red card stock, and then used the LPC4 Circle Pierce and Cut tool die for the white and distressed it using ink.

I glued ribbon on to the one layer, and then added my die cuts using foam tabs by Really Reasonable Ribbon. The Ribbon and embellishment are also from RRR.

Card measures 6" x 6"

Cheery Lynn Designs Supplies Used:
B923 Merry Christmoose 6 piece die set
LPC4 Circle Pierce and Cut
Quadrafoil Square Doily
Best Glue Ever
Big Sister die cutting machine

I love when you can create super cute and easy cards, and this one turned out pretty cute I think. The design paper I used is Club Scraps Scandinavian Christmas.

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

Friday, December 8, 2017

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Merry Christmoose from Laurie Schmidt

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Laurie here from Stamping Up North , sharing a Christmas card I made with the Merry Christmoose die set. He's such a cutie,isn't he? I just love that smile on his face.

I gave him a red and white striped scarf, and added a Santa hat from the Snow Day Bear set, and some holly from the Christmas Wreath set.

He sure looks festive and ready for the holidays!

I adhered him onto a stitched rectangle, then tucked in a tree from the Bringing Home Christmas set.
I added a few sequins for some bling, and stamped the sentiment in black.

Here's a list of the dies I used:

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