Good Tuesday morning! I hope y’all had a good day yesterday. I ended up getting my hair trimmed, ran a few errands, stopped by my mom’s for a bit and ended up getting home mid-afternoon. Just about the time I was feeling an afternoon nap coming on I had a brain storm (no giggles from the peanut gallery . . . . yes, it hurt) for a project. I finally ended up in the studio just about dinner time. I worked that out perfectly, because I didn’t have to cook at all . . . Mallory and Lance did!

I had one of the frames left that I had picked up early for 69¢ that I decided to alter. I recently received some new papers and stamps and felt it was time to break them out.


BasicGrey Cappella is used on everything from the inside of the frame to the flower and butterfly on the outside. The flower, leaves and butterfly are made from Grunge Paper that was covered with Cappella papers. The middle of the flower is an old clip earring and the middle of the butterfly is also part of an earring. The sentiment is from one of my new Wordsworth Remembering sets. This little frame was just too much fun to work on!

That’s it for now . . . a quick little post. Have a great day and thanks for stopping by!


24 Responses to “Frame It!”

  1. Over the TOP fabulous!!!

  2. Awww… I love this frame and the quote lends itself so well to the beautiful project as well!

  3. […] FAB sample you can see of another project done with the Cappella papers. Check out this GORGEOUS altered frame that Sheery Cheever just posted. She used the Cappella papers to make her flower as well as cover her frame. She usedthe Daisy […]

  4. That goreous flower just makes that frame. Beautiful, as always.

  5. Gorgeous Sherry! What I want to know is where you KEEP all your gorgeous projects?? Or do you give them away to make room for new ones??

  6. Another winner, Sherry! Thanks for sharing your “brain storm”!

  7. This is so gorgeous Sherry, I have so many wood frames waiting to be alterered. When I start on them, I’m definitely coming to your blog for inspiration girl!

  8. Sherry, your work is ALWAYS beautiful, as is this frame. I really like the paper choice. Your flower is gorgeous as is your butterfly. I am always inspired by your work….

  9. This is just beautiful, Sherry. I love the sentiment – it fits you so well.

  10. Gorgeous! Love that flower!

  11. Soooo pretty – I {heart} that sweet ‘summertime’ butterfly! Be sure to link back to us in order to be considered for the weekly prize! Thanks for sharing your design with us in the Tea Room 🙂

  12. This is very pretty and quite cool!


  13. Oh Sherry that is so lovely! I like the clip earring for the middle of the flower and the butterfly!!!! You are a clever lady!

  14. Just amazing Sherry! I love this project…that blossom and butterfly are over the top frosting on a yummy design!

  15. Another beautiful project. You are so talented.
    I love checking out your blog everyday to see
    what you are going to come up with next.
    Thanks for sharing.

  16. Love that flower! I need to start hunting for fabby vintage earrings!

  17. This is gorgeous Sherry. That flower just pops out at you. Your stash of findings is just amazing. Thanks for my daily smile and for the inspiration. TFS!!! 😀

  18. Pretty card – that flower is perfect! Thanks for playing along with us at TSTR! 🙂

  19. What a sweet frame project. I love that BG line and love your use of the old earring pieces. Thanks for sharing with us in the Tea Room.

  20. Looks great. You digging through your box of jewelry and creating some kind of pretty card. Love it!

  21. Awesome project!

  22. What a gorgeous flower!!! I love what you’ve done with the frame.

  23. Beautiful card and I LOVE that extra large flower, I might have to make one! Thanks for playing along at the Tea Room!

  24. love the flower love the butterfly, two of my favorite things

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