Hello again Cheery Lynn Fans. Over on the Cheery Lynn Challenge Blog the theme is "Think Spring". Since many of us are so fed up with the cold and dismal weather this challenge is just what the doctor ordered. This challenge is still running if you would like to enter.. We start a brand new challenge and theme starts on Monday's and you could win yourself $20 spending voucher to spend in the Cheery Lynn Store
Right onto my card and this week we have been spoilt by the people over in Sweden that run Magnolia as a thank you for showcasing their Stamps (we do love our Maggie's) they very kindly sent us some gorgeous products to use and this is what I created with them. The papers and of course the image are Magnolia's. The sentiment stamp is from Lilli of the Valley.
I think most of the DT love using Magnolia stamps as they seem to go so well with all Cheery Lynn Dies, from the cute little butterflies to the doilies and not forgetting the nesting stacker's
Here is a close up of the CLD flowers that I used, these are the Miniature Roses, Medium Roses and Darling Daisies. (Thanks Alison for the reminder about this die) I have cut them out of white core'dinations cardstock and inked the edges with spun sugar distress ink. I don't do a lot of pink cards so was really pleased with the way this one turned out..
These dimensional butterflies are just so cute and work well on any project. The big butterfly is actually a Metal butterfly that I have coloured white using embossing powders..
Here is the Victorian Picket fence that I have painted with picket fence crackle paint and aged slightly with antique linen DI's then added some flat backed pearls.
Hope you have enjoyed my little card for today. Don't forget to check back everyday as inspiration and idea's are posted 7 days a week.
I would like to enter into the following challenges
613 Avenue Create - Anything Goes
Catered Crop - Flower Power
No Matter Which Challenge - Anything Goes
Marvellous Magnolia - Die Cuts
Brown Sugar Challenge - Anything Goes
Addicted to Stamps and More - Markers