Just popping in quickly to share another card I made as guest designer for Cheery Lynn.
Have you all been seeing all the gorgeous creations from the DT showcasing all the new dies. They all did such a wonderful job with their projects, didn't they? The new dies are all so lovely, I had such a hard time deciding which ones I wanted! I would not be surprised if they are here in time for me to play with by my post next week. One thing I absolutely love about ordering directly from Cheery Lynn is how super fast my order ships.
This week while looking around for inspiration, I found some really pretty cards that I wanted to give a try. I have seen them called book cards or shadowbox cards. I also have a few border/edger dies that I haven't used yet which I thought would work perfectly for this type of project. Here is my first go (lots of pictures):
This is the front of the card, the ribbon on the side is to tie the two covers closed.
Here is a close up of the flowers. I've used the Daisy Strip, Shasta Daisy Strip and Chrysanthemum Strip. There is also some different foliage (list at bottom), a bark heart and some flower buds that my darling toddler brought to me to add in lol!
This is the inside of the card- the shadowbox portion. As you can see, I've been playing around with bits and pieces again :) The only problem I have with that is I tend to forget which dies I've used pieces from! Doesn't the Felicity Doily look a bit like a lace sun? So pretty. I've also used another Daisy Strip, but this time I folded the petals in half lengthwise before shaping the rest of the way.
And lastly, here is a picture of the inside cover. I chose this paper out of the bunch (Prima's Fairy Rhymes) because of the lined section which will give me a spot to write my sentiment/message once I decide what to use the card for.
So, after a fiasco of getting Miss Jordan to camp (going to the wrong place on the other side of the state, her getting carsick), she made it - albeit late- and had a great time! Sadly, she was only home for a day and a half before she boarded a plane this morning to head off to Illinois to visit family for two weeks. She'll be home for another week after that, and then will be heading off to Florida to visit Grandma and Grandpa for a week. She's becoming quite the traveler!
That's it for me for a few days. Sorry my posts and projects have slowed down again- hopefully after the kids wind down from all their summer activities, I'll be able to get more crafting time in again :)
Wishing everyone a fantastic weekend!