When you read this, I’ll be well on my way to CHA . . . Smiley from millan.net

Daisy will be picking me up from the airport and while we wait for the rest of our party to arrive, we’ll be visiting the beaches and walking around Newport (I think).

Hopefully I’ll have some fun photos to share tomorrow and then on Sunday, the first day of CHA, I can finally share some of my projects!

In the meantime, remember the other day when I said the lady from the Graphic 45 Old Curiosity Shoppe had lots of potential . . .


One other thing I want to show you today . . . the new Graphic 45 Staples, Metal Butterflies.  I worked up a few samples to include in my demo on Sunday . . .


The one in the top center is the only butterfly in the grouping that was left in the original metal.  Do you know what the bottom two were altered with?  Same colors too, but they look so different!

Oh woo hoo!  I just got clearance to share one of my Spellbinders projects with you!  I’ve been waiting all day to hear something and I finally have!  I’m so excited!

I had so much fun make the above card!  The base was die cut with Grand Rectangles and the flowers were made with Donna Salazar’s new die Spellbinders release, Bitty Blossoms.   The frame around the Journey tag is one of Samantha Walker’s new Spellbinders releases, Antique Frames and Accents.

I hope the sneak peeks were worth the wait for you!

I hope you have an excellent day and thanks for stopping by!


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13 Responses to “CHA Bound and a Spellbinders Project!”

  1. This is soooo exciting…and I’m not even going to CHA. 🙁 Your card is FABULOUS! These new Spellbinders are so amazing. Can’t wait to see what’s up with the lady from Old Curiousity Shoppe. Have a great time!!!

  2. Love the butterflies Sherry, they are so sweet. And your card is just gorgeous, I love how everything works together. Definitely a Sherry Masterpiece! Have fun at CHA!!

    Elaine Allen

  3. Another beautiful creation, Sherry. Wish I lived close enough to CHA so that we could meet in person and you could give one-on-one tips.

  4. Your card is just stunning! Have a great time at CHA, Sherry!

  5. I am curious about the 2 bottom butterflies..what did you use when they look so different???? Beautiful card. I keep trying to limit my spellbinder dies and they just keep getting so many beautiful ones!! Enjoy your trip to CHA and have a wonderful time!! Safe journey 🙂 I live too far away to go..but it would be sooo much fun to be able to. Will look forward to watch some videos of some of the fun at CHA 🙂

  6. OMG! Your card is absolutely stunning! Seriously, Sherry, I adore your style. You have helped me so much in my stamping abilities. I look forward to reading your posts everyday. Have fun at CHA. (((Hugs)))

  7. Gorgeous framing and love the flowers…. Have a wonderful time!!

  8. Love the frame for your beautiful card! And, the flowers are just gorgeous! Have a wonderful time at CHA, take care!!:-))

  9. The card is just stunning! I love the cluster of flowers, and the composition of the piece is just wonderful. Have fun at CHA!!!

  10. Hi Sherry, Love your project!! Give Daisy a hug from me. You girls have lots and lots of fun. Miss ya. Bevie

  11. Hi Sherry ~ Thanks for the wonderful peaks at the new Graphic 45 loot ~ those metal butterflies are CRAZY good.
    Wishing you a safe trip and have a BLAST … make sure to drink some of your famous *foot juice* with the ladies 😉
    Cheers !

  12. Your card is very beautiful. Can’t wait to see your other projects. Have a great time at CHA.

  13. Have fun at CHA! Your card is spectacular and I am REALLY trying to be patient about getting my paws on the new Spellbinders stuff!!! Sometimes I lack the skill of waiting patiently! LOLOL!

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