Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Cheery Lynn Designs Flower Power Blog Hop!



Welcome to the Cheery Lynn Designs Flower Power Blog Hop!  If you arrived from Amy's Blog you are on the right track. If not, head on back to the Cheery Lynn Designs Blog and start from the beginning so you don't miss seeing any of the amazing design team Flower Power projects.


Cheery Lynn Designs has so many pretty flower dies and I want to share some of them with you today.
These 3 large flowers were all made with the Stacker Flower 5 Die  set.for the petals.  I used different centers to vary the look.  On the cream flowers, I used the Cutie Fringe IV Die which makes the best flower centers.  It diecuts as a long fringed piece that you roll up and then glue to the flower center.  (It helps to use a quilling tool to roll.)  The yellow flower is topped with a cut from the Shasta Daisy 6 Piece Die Set   and then a purchased center.

 The large yellow flower was made with  the Sweet Williams Die and the two smaller flowers were made with the Floral Bouquet Kit.  Of course, I needed some greenery with the flowers, so I used two different flourishes beneath my flowers, Flourish #11 Die, and Flourish #7 Die .


Ink your flowers to give them a more realistic appearance.  You can also mix and match the dies.  I used the Sweet Williams Die and the Floral Bouquet Kit to make the flower on the left.  The cream flower has petals from the Floral Bouquet Kit and the center is from the Black Eyed Susan Strip 5 Piece Die set.


Cheery Lynn Designs Dies Used:


Your next stop on the blog hop is Cheryl's Blog so hop on over and see her fantastic creation!

Remember, there is a $20 Cheery Lynn gift certificate prize to be won by some lucky person!  It is awarded randomly to a lucky comment who answers one or more of the questions on the Cheery Lynn blog. So, be sure to follow the hop and leave a comment and answer the question(s) on the Cheery Lynn blog to be entered to win.

Thanks so much for stopping by today.  Do leave a comment so I'll know you were here and remember to leave a comment on the Cheery Lynn blog for a chance to win.


19 comments:

  1. Gorgeous layout Maggie. I love those pretty flowers and the beautiful yellow color palette.

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  2. Lovely, warm project :) I love it

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  3. Oh wow! These flowers are so different and beautiful, really full and almost look like they are made of fabric. So lovely!

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  4. A magnificent layout and design. Great colors.

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  5. Such a great variety you have used on your warm colored designed project. So many flowers and centers to pick from. Thanks for sharing your talent..

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  6. So many gorgeous flowers. Love the sweet william. Hugz

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  8. Beautiful flowers. Your project inspired my purchase of some of these dies! You put them together so nicely. That fringe has a great look, almost like a pine cone and then also something else, something exotic.
    Thanks for the inspiration! Denise

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  9. Beautiful layout, Maggi! Your flowers are wonderful.

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  10. Awesome details on these beautiful flowers! Lovely page!

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  11. Wow wow wow! Gorgeous layout and stunning flowers!

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  12. Very pretty layout. The flowers are so pretty.

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  13. I have ordered several of these dies....I am so impressed with your creation. To try and recreate this beauty, please tell me what paper stock did you use for the background.

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    1. Thank you so much! The paper is Kaisercraft's Golden Grove. I did a bit of stamping on the paper and brushed gold mist on as well.

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