Monday, March 4, 2013

Always and Forever

Hope everyone is having a nice day and enjoying the inspiration. The Theme over at Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge Blog this week is Doilies. I love working with Cheery Lynn Designs doilies as they are so intricate, they have such a wide variety of different patterned doilies and different sizes as well. Today I would like to share with you my card using some of these Doilies.  I used this pretty rose paper that I thought would go great with the Cheery Lynn Designs. I started with the Polynesian Sails Oval which I  really like the  shape of. I then  attached the angel wing behind it. I cut out the center of the Polynesian Sails Angel Wing as I wanted the rose to show through  the opening. I then took the Italian Flourish Doily and gathered it up for some extra dimension and added one of the Expandable Borders to nicely finish off  the edge of the  doily. The Olive Branches were added as they are always a great filler. I used the matching Tiny Italian Flourish Doily behind my flower. The corners and the flower were cut from the Lace Corner Deco D set. The Faerie Butterfly from the Tiny Things with Wings Set was one of the final touches as I love the lacy look of it.  A few pearls were added to complete this card. Wow these doilies are awesome to work with. Come visit and join the fun at Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge Blog and enter your creation.  It's a great way to get a chance to win a $20.00 shopping spree.

Inspiration can be found both here on the Challenge blog and on the Cheery Lynn Designs Inspirationblog.

Cheery Lynn Design Dies Used
Polynesian Sails Oval  DL153
Italian Flourish Doily DL103
 Italian Flourish Tiny Doily  DL233
Lace Corner Deco D   B164
Olive Branches  B147
Tiny Things with Wings  B266
Polynesian Sails Angel Wing  DL153A



Sheila said...

Love it Debbie, I too like the Polynesian sail die.
Sheila xx

shulsart said...

Beautiful vintage card, Debbie. Love the folded doily.

Crea Astrid said...

What a beautiful card, with beautiful dies.

Hugs, Astrid.

Bj said...

Beautiful card, Debbie!