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Cheery Lynn Designs Blog by Cheerylynndesigns - 1y ago

How's this for Big News?! It's happening and we're so excited to share this with you! Cheery Lynn Designs is now Maker's Movement. With that said, you'll still be able to find your favorite Cheery Lynn Designs on Amazon, and a select number of them on our newest website.

Take a peek at our new release of products, including a variety of stamp and die sets that are just too darling to resist! Visit www.mymakersmovement.com to shop and dive into the start of your newest creative adventure. It doesn't end here! Be on the look out more information regarding new products and creative resources in the next weeks and months to come. 

Follow Us! Maker's Movement can be found on all of the social media channels, including makersmovementlove, where you can feast your eyes on the latest projects our makers have crafted up. You won't want to miss out on the big items headed your way! 

Join the Movement! Visit www.mymakersmovement.com for all the inspiration and creative goodies that will change your creative world. Our hopes are that you're just as excited as we are, and we're thrilled to be a part of your next creative endeavor. 

We are here to help you, if there's any questions don't hesitate to reach out. Drop us a line or give us a ring. We'd be delighted to hear from you, ENJOY! 
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 Hello everyone and Happy Tuesday to you all! Today I'm sharing a super sweet card I made using Cheery Lynn Designs darling dies. LOVE this super sweet Whimsical Bee die, and she works perfectly with the sweet Daisy strip die. I really enjoyed making this darling card. Of course I always seem to take forever choosing design papers, not sure why, maybe due to the fact that I own way too much of it.....LOL hehehhe that could be one reason, but I'm so funny about picking my design papers first, and doing all my layers, then cutting all my dies.

Anyways, I chose an OLD design paper I bought years back, and its from All my memories 2005 , I bought it in 2006 though, crazy right, well I bought a lot of it, as I really loved this collection, so I pulled it out and figured I would use the yellows and blacks in it, and leave out the reds and pinks. Next I had already picked out all the dies I wanted to use on my card. I love Cheery Lynns flower strips, they are so easy to use, and make flower making super fast, so I made up the daisies.
Cheery Lynn Designs Dies used:
Whimsical Bee B800- Cut in black, and then added yellow card stock to the back , next I added some stickles to give some glitz to my sweet bee.
Flourish Frame B888- cut in white card stock, its behind the whimsical Bee
Daisy Strip B259- Cut in white, ran through machine just 1 time, and then dusted them in a yellow ink. I did use the hot glue gun to glue them together, and to add a white embellishment from Really Reasonable Ribbon to the center of each flower.
Flourish #3- was also cut in white and then dabbed with 2 different club scrap greens.
Page Tabs B567- was cut in the coordinating yellow card stock that was used to layer my card layers, then I stamped a sentiment from Lifes a Garden , Pink by design stamp set. I also added some black dots using a black pen.
Ribbons are from Really Reasonable Ribbon
 I really enjoyed spending some time crafting and making this card to share today. Hope you enjoyed my short post, and have a lovely week!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl
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Hi everyone!

Laurie here from Stamping Up North. Today my card features Cheery Lynn's Merry Christmoose die. When I first got the die, I thought he was SO adorable that I cut out a ton of them and pieced them together. I only have a few left now, so it's time to get out the die and make some more!

I cut out a stitched rectangle with some fun patterned paper. Then I added Cheery Lynn's window and my cute moose. To make him more festive I added a bit of holly from the Christmas Wreath set. I added the sentiment, a snowflake and an enamel dot.

Here's a list of the dies I used:

Cheery Lynn stitched rectangle LSC-16
Cheery Lynn Chrsitmas Wreath B839
Shuttered Window Shaker K110
Merry Christmas with Tree B477




Merry Christmoose in July!

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Hi everyone, it’s JULIE here today and I’m sharing some inspiration using one of our gorgeous Stacker Dies which I just adore. It’s such a beautiful design at the edges that gives any style of card an elegant touch.


I started by die cutting my Stacker Dies in white cardstock and tattered my patterned layers of papers at the edges. I layered onto my card with foam strips for extra dimension.


My flowers were shaped on my Embossing mat adding ink into the centres and a gem. I arranged on my card with some leaves.

Cheery Lynn Dies Used -
B181B Build a Flower#1 Petals/Leaves

Crafty Hugs
,Julie x
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Hey crafty friends.  Bonnie from Make Time to Craft here today and I'm sharing what is supposed to be a masculine card for a teenage boy.  I struggle so much with cards for guys and I'm not really all that psyched about this one, but it wasn't terrible, so I thought I'd share it anyway.  We are all our own worst critics, right?  Anyway, I used some really cool dies on this card from Cheery Lynn Designs.
I pulled out my stash of Distress Ink and Distress Oxide Ink papers to find a nice brown for the owl.  I backed the paper with Stick It adhesive and cut it out.  I also added some wiggle eyes for fun.  I also used part of the Ivy Corner Flourish as a place for my owl to sit.  

Cheery Lynn Dies used:

I stamped the birthday sentiment and then cut it out with the oval dies.  I wrapped some burlap string around the top of the card and mounted the sentiment over that.  I also added some burlap string loops to the top of the sentiment.  I wanted to continue the steampunk type theme so I also added some gear embellishments from Really Reasonable Ribbon to finish it off.
Thanks so much for stopping by today.  For more information on the other products used, please visit my Make Time to Craft Blog.



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Hello! Welcome back to another fun card using lots of Cheery Lynn Designs die cuts! I felt like making a birthday card since today is my birthday. I also thought about making this card for a friend that i know that happens to have his birthday today too. Only problem is he is 20 years younger....


I used an oval for my water, cat tails, reeds, wood, and clouds. Plus the fabulous crocodiles with tiny pearls on their back, nose and eye. Little white dots were dabbed on the cat tail. There is a bit of gloss on the raindrops. I wasn't thinking sad birthday but I wanted to add some extra blue on the card. There is grass on the inside. 


The sentiment was printed on my computer. 


B389 Cat tails and Reeds

Thanks for stopping by today! Hope you have a great weekend!
Hugs Lisa 
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Hi everyone! Laurie here from Stamping Up North. I don't know about you, but we sure have had lots of weddings to go to this summer. And I've been having fun making wedding cards with my Cheery Lynn dies!

For this card, I started out with some patterned paper. The cars on it reminded me of Cheery Lynn's Classic Car. I cut it out in white, pink and silver shimmer paper. I added some pearls  and stamped the sentiment on the licence plate.


I cut out the bride and groom from the Wedding Vow die set and adhered them inside the car. 


What a cute couple..lol!


I adhered the car onto a Heart to Heart Doily cut out in black and pink. I even used some of the tiny pink hearts that fell out of the doily to adhere on the card too!







Here's a list of dies I used:


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Hi everyone, it’s JULIE here today and I’m sharing a baby card using a couple of our Dies in the Whimsical range along with a selection of others.


You will notice I started tattering my layers of patterned paper adding onto my card with my Celtic Stacker die in-between. 


Next I added my pretty Doily layers and stamped sentiment. My Whimsical Giraffe I glued onto a pale green paper and fussy cut around.


My Whimsical Flower I cut out in pale green paper and layered my patterned flower on top twice which had been shaped on my Embossing mat to add dimension. Finishing with several gems on my card.

Cheery Lynn Dies Used -
XL21 Pierced Stacker #3

Thanks so much for stopping by today.

Crafty Hugs,
Julie x
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