Hello! It's hard to believe March has already arrived! Time sure flies! This month I have so many birthdays cards to send out along with a couple anniversaries cards too. But, today, I wanted to focus on a good luck card that I made and will be sending it out to my sister-in-law. I wanted to send her some good luck wishes.
Before I get to the details of my card, I wanted to enter this card to the following challenges: Lawnscaping Dots and Stripes, Sparkle and Shine Photo Inspiration, Monday Morning Think Spring, and Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Just A Hint Of Clover.
To begin the card, I punched out a whole bunch of shamrocks and adhered them to the card base. I die cut a green patterned paper using one of the Lawn Fawn Small Stitched Rectangle dies and created the little hill using a portion of the Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Borders die. I stamped my sentiment with black pigment ink and black heat embossed. I mounted that to my card base using foam dimensional adhesives.
For my four-leaf clover, I used the tiny hearts from Lawn Fawn Stitched Journaling Card and a small heart punch. To create my stem, I ran the other half of the unused green patterned paper with the Stitched Hillside Border die through the Big Shot Machine and cut along the stitched line. The hearts and stem was also mounted using the foam dimensional adhesives. And lastly, I added some sequins and an embroidery thread as a finishing touch.
I hope you enjoyed today's card and hopefully made you excited for Spring! Thanks again for stopping by and see you soon!
Paper/Cardstock: Neenah – Solar White; Bo Bunny – Sweet Pear Dot; The Paper Studio - Green
Stamps: Stampin' Up! - Sincere Salutations
Inks: VersaFine – Onyx Black
Others: Tombow – Mono Adhesive; The Paper Studio – Foam Square Dimensional Adhesives; Thermo-Web Zots - Glue Dots; American Crafts - Black Embossing Powders; Lawn Fawn – Small Stitched Rectangles Stackables, Stitched Hillside Borders, and Stitched Journaling Card; Artful Minds - Sequins; Shamrock and Heart Punches; Green Embroidery Thread