Cheery Lynn Designs is the sponsor of this blog hop, and has donated a fantastic prize package with a value of $100. Would you like to win this amazing $100 gift package from Cheery Lynn that you see below?
All you have to do is be a subscriber to both Joan and Selma’s blogs and visit each blog in this hop, including Joan and Selma's blogs, and leave a comment. A winner will be selected to win the $100 prize package from comments left on one of the blogs - it will be a random selection. So hop along this blog train and have fun with Build A Flower #1 just released from Cheery Lynn today.
Wait, Don't go! Check out my cards below (you can see them in more detail if you click on each picture) Don't forget to leave me a comment and tell me which one of my cards caught your eye. GOOD LUCK!
http://prissprojects.blogspot.com/ Priss YOU ARE HERE http://selmasstampingcorner.blogspot.com/ Selma Next Stop!
www.nelliesnest.blogspot.com Diane H.
http://glendabrooks.blogspot.com/ Glenda Brooks
Build a Flower#1 Cheery Lynn dies creates the rich Clematis flower where I used pearl-glimmermisted paper and glass beads centers. Polka Dotted orange and the purple paper is by SU.
This card shares Stampin UP stamped sentiment found in Language of Friendship #122752, and Cheery Lynn Build A Flower #1 dies. The quotation by Thoreau reads: "The Language of Friendship is not words but meanings." The flower center buds are the delicate small stamens wrapped around 10mm beads, This one is accented with with Tropical Flourish and Marianne Creatable LR0156 die cuts and more pearl wrapped buds. The Hand-stitched border is threaded with DMC Floss (316) and the punch around the page I used for that is by Martha Stewart with lots of little holes to stitch into! This is all mounted on corner punched parchment over ribbon accented white cardbase.
The delicate butterflies are also Cheery Lynn Exotic Butterfly DL112 dies. The Pink Lace ribbon Ribbon is by May Art. And I used Spellbinders Label 20, and BuildaFlower1 for this. The patterned word art paper was a scrap.
Stamped sentiment from Stampin Up Butterfly Prints reads: "Love is like a butterfly--it goes where it pleases and pleases where it goes."