Friday, December 15, 2017

RRR Christmas Blessings

 Hello everyone and Happy Friday to you all! Today's card was created for Really Reasonable Ribbon and will be given to a family member for Christmas. Love the beautiful Satin ribbon I chose to use on this. Its the beautiful Satin with Gold Metallic Edge in Forest Green.

For my card I started with the beautiful design papers, I had picked out of a DCWV paper stack called Mrs. Claus's Kitchen Stack. Love the design in this paper stack, they are so sweet!

The Poinsettia's were cut using Cheery lynn Poinsettia Strip and then distressed using red ink. Next I used the Gold Stamens from RRR.  The big bow behind them was created with the Metallic Edge Satin, and love how it looks so pretty behind these flowers.

All layers were put together using the Scotch tape Glider, Foam Tabs, and Thin Foam Tabs
The sentiment is from The Project Bin, and the tag is from Cheery Lynn Designs.

Really Reasonable Ribbon Supplies:
Gold Metallic Edge in Forest Green
Gold Stamens
Scotch tape Glider
Foam Tabs
Thin Foam Tabs 

I hope you enjoyed my post for today! Thank you for stopping by and have a lovely day!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Really Reasonable Ribbons December Hop

Welcome to "Really Reasonable Ribbon's" December 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 Decembers Back to Basics Black & White Ribbon Assortment, so I hope you Enjoy!!!


I LOVE all the Gorgeous ribbons in this months assortment "Black & White", and I always LOVE each month, as Bonnie puts together an AWESOME assortment! On my card for today I did use 2 of the ribbons in this kit. I also used RRR Foam Tabs. 

Poinsettias were cut using the coordinating design paper and then distressed, and for the centers i added a glitter glue in gold. Love how they look, and were simple to make.

Christmas blessing stamp is The project bin stamped in a red ink. I distressed the white frame with a green ink.  
Supplies Used: 

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

Saturday, December 9, 2017

Merry Christmoose


Hello everyone and Happy Saturday to you all! Today I have a simple Christmas card designed for Cheery Lynn Designs  & Club scrap called Merry Christmoose..hehehe isn't the moose just too cute!!?? This card took less than 25 minutes to create, as its 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 1 layer, and then added my die cuts using foam tabs by Really Reasonable Ribbon. The Ribbon and embellishment are also from there.
Card stock and design paper are both from Club Scraps Scandinavian Holiday, except the red, its from Bazzill
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 say. The design paper I used is Club scraps Scandinavian Christmas.

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

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Cheery Lynn's "Flower Power" Blog Hop

 Hello everyone and Welcome to Cheery Lynn Designs "Flower Power" blog hop for December. Today all of the Cheery Lynn Designers will be showcasing the Beautiful flower 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 lots of Cheery Lynn Flower dies, along with the Rose Leaf Strip, Flourish #8, and the Quadrafoil Square Doily die. The design paper is Graphic45, and I used card stock from American Crafts.

To start with I did 4 square layers, and a tag layer. I did use the Quadrafoil Doily behind the top layer,it was cut using a coordinating graphic45 design paper, its under where the tag rest. I love the prints and colors I chose for this card today, as i'm not use to combining different flowers, but am pleased with how they all turned out. This was a nice challenge for me, as now I think I will have to combine flowers on other projects.

Each flower/leaf was cut using the coordinating Graphic45 design paper from Once Upon a Springtime collection. I then distressed them all except the small Gardenia flower. I also added pearls to the centers. My flourish was also cut in the same collection. The leaves were distressed using a moss green ink from club scrap.

Tag - I added some beautiful Satin ribbon from RRR on this. It was leftover on my work station and worked beautifully with this card.

Cheery Lynn Supplies Used:
B433 Small Gardenia
B435 Tea Rose Small
B310 Shasta  Daisy 
B155 Large Rose
B154 Medium Rose
B241 Rose Leaf Strip
Flourish #8
DL314 Quadrafoil Doily Square
Best Glue Ever
Big Sister Die Cutting Machine
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

Monday, December 4, 2017

Christmas

Hello Crafty friends and Happy Monday to you all!
Today's card was created for Really Reasonable Ribbon using the beautiful satins , foam squares, and embellishments. I love making cards for Christmas!

2 ribbons used are from Octobers Ribbon Club Assortment, and those ribbons are called Delicate Stitched Forest Green Ribbon , Gauze Print Poppy Red Satin , as I thought they went perfect with all the layers on my card. I also added a sweet rhinestone embellishment .

Each layer was put together using the  Scotch advanced tape runner refill. , and then popped up using Really Reasonable Ribbons Foam squares . I did add sewing to the 3 layers.

Sentiment Frame- was done using a die cut from JustRite, and then stamp is from The Project Bin, and i also added distressing using club scrap ink.

Top panel under the sentiment frame- I used a fancy Quadrafoil Square Doily die cut from Cheery Lynn Designs.

I had a lot of fun creating this card, hope you enjoy my post for today! thank you!
Have a nice day!
hugs to all,
Cheryl

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Club Scrap Trattoria Blog Hop


  Hello everyone and welcome to Club Scraps November blog hop featuring the New Beautiful Trattoria Deluxe kit !  If you arrived from Jennifer's Blog then you are in the right place , if not you will want to start from the beginning at Karen(Club Scrap blog)so you don't miss any of the wonderful inspiration from the Club Scrap Artist Team! There is also a list of the entire line up there for you with links :) Have fun & I hope you enjoy todays Hop!

On my layout I started with the Brown Card stock from the Deluxe Trattoria Kit, then used the Deluxe Ivory Herb 12 x 12 design paper, and added my sewing. Now for the photo Mat's I chose the Deluxe green print 8 1/2" x 11" and the brown photo mat's that are pre-cut for you. I also added sewing in green to these.

Flowers were done using Cheery lynns Sweet Williams Strip and the Red card stock from the kit. I did distress each flower using Club Scraps Hybrid Ruby ink for the petals, and then added some Pearls from Really Reasonable Ribbon to each. The greenery behind the flowers are cut with Cheery Lynn's Flourish #8 and Club Scraps Green card stock. Flowers were put together using Cheery Lynn's Best Glue Ever

For the little Olive You tag -
I cut it using Cheery Lynns Dutch Daisy Tag and brown card stock. Next I used the same cream card stock that I cut the French Pastry Mega Doily with for my tag. I did stamp the Olive You sentiment from the Trattoria Greetings Unmounted stamp set. It was stamped in Club scraps Black ink

Corner brackets were cut using Cheery Lynn's B883 Dusty Miller Frames

Ribbons, pearls, foam tabs all from Really Reasonable Ribbon

I do hope you are enjoying our hop today!

Your next stop is Deb's Blog Have fun!!! Thank you for joining us today!!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl

Saturday, November 25, 2017

Christmas Joy is in my heart

Hello crafty friends and Happy Saturday to you all!
Today's Christmas Joy card was designed for Really Reasonable Ribbon using the beautiful Lace & Ribbon from the RRR store.

I hope you all had a very blessed Thanksgiving, spending it with your loved ones. :) This year will be the 1st year we spent the day with dear friends, and will celebrate with family today. We normally have all our family over and spend it at our house on this day, but this year is a 1st for the hubby and I.

For my card I kept this super simple, no sewing, and just 2 layers, as this week was a crazy week for me, and im sure many of you too.

I started with a 6 x12 card stock in brown, and scored it to create a 6 x6 card base. Next i cut one of the graphic45 design papers to 5 3/4" x 5 3/4"and attaching it using the new Scotch Advanced tape roll from Really Reasonable Ribbon, love this stuff! I used it to attach each layer.
Next i used the foam tabs to give the layer 3-D look. Also used them on the little Christmas sentiment tag.

For embellishing, I used the sweet Antique Bronze Vintage Flower charms in the corners of the image and on the little sentiment tag. Next I made a Big beautiful bow out of the Satin Swirl Ribbon that came in the November Ribbon assortment, love this ribbon, its absolutely beautiful! I went for a different look by adding the lace down each side of my card front. Its the Beautiful Arianna Natural Crocheted Lace. And lastly I added my flower charm to the center of the bow.

Really Reasonable Ribbon Supplies:
Scotch advance tape roll
Foam tabs 
Antique Bronze Vintage Flower Charms 
November Ribbon Assortment(Satin Swirl)
Cream with Turftan Brown Satin with Swirl Ribbon
Arianna Natural Crocheted Lace
Flower Charm
I hope you enjoyed my post for today , and thank you for stopping by!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl