Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge #95 Frame It

Welcome to the Sunday Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge - now here on our Inspriation Blog! We look forward to you joining us each week for a chance to win a $20 store credit.  To see last week's winner, click here.

What fantastic entries we had last week for our Doilies Challenge.  Thank you to all who entered. Every week the entire design team enjoys seeing your creations with our dies.  This week our challenge at Cheery Lynn Designs is

Frame It

 Here are the rules:
  • You MUST follow the theme and use at least one Cheery Lynn Designs die, of course, we would love to see more than one. 
  • You MUST add a link to your blog post in the InLinkz at the end of this post; no back posting, only new projects are allowed
  • You MUST link to this challenge in your blog post or on your gallery post
  • You may only enter the challenge ONCE per week.
The winner will be chosen based on merit by Cheery Lynn Designs. They will receive $20 towards shopping at the Cheery Lynn website. The challenge will end on Saturday night at 18:00 Eastern time.

And now to our inspiration for today......

is taking us ahead to Christmas with this pretty card.

Remember, you must use at least one Cheery Lynn Designs Die to enter this challenge.


  1. Debbie your card is the colors frame and design wonderful inspration hugs Amy ;-)

  2. What beautiful cards! LOVE the Mexican Tile frame around those candy canes - so cute! The step card with the Daisy Lace Frame is just awesome!

  3. Well, just wasted a ton of time because I went to post my card and it is closed. so what time is 18:00 anyway? It is 3:25 right now my time.
    Here is my link anyway, at least you can see what I did for the Frame challenge.

  4. The problem is that often the time zone is not given. Sometimes webmasters and entrepreneurs tend to forgot they have international readership and participants. Please note: the time zone really needs to be given for sale end times and for contest entry end times. Think globally. To answer your question Robin, 1800 is 4pm. But what time zone? I am Central Time in the USA but I have no idea where these folks are nor what time zone they are in. How to calculate 24 hour time format: The first 2 numbers represent the hour and the last two represent the minutes. If the first two numbers are less than 12, it is AM; 12 or greater is PM. So 0815 would be 8:15 AM. If time is greater than 1200, subtract 12 from the "hours" to give you the "PM" time. So 1505 would be 15-12=3 making the time be 3:05 PM. I hope they include the proper time zone for future contest endings. Grenwich Mean Time - hours would be best.


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