Clover – Lucky Lady


Hi There,

Sassy Studio Designs had a challenge this month to come up with an idea using “Clover”.

Unfortunately, I was so busy that I missed giving the card to my hubby for St. Patrick’s Day. So I came up with “Plan B”. LOL! He’s so good to me that when I saw the sentiment and the clover stamp that I had, it all clicked.

Here is my card…..

LuckyGirlFront

Here is a close-up of “Clover”.

LuckyGirlFCUp

Here is what I put on the inside using my computer for the sentiment. Used Typeface – Bernard MT Condensed – 28 pt.

LuckyGirlInside

Image: Sassy Studio Designs “Clover” – Progressive Freebie for March

Coloured image with Spectrum Noir Alcohol Markers.

Eyes: Gelly Roll Sakura #8 Pen

Die cut: Crafting Desert Diva’s – Fancy Stitched Label Dies

Clover and Sentiment – Peachy Keen Stamps – PKSC-02 February 2012 – Top Boss Stamp Embossing Pad – Ranger – Super Fine Detail – Gold Embossing Powder

Background Paper – Little Scraps of Heaven – Clover Paper, Dots Paper from the digi file -“Frog with Clover”

Gold outline around frame: Sharpie – Medium Point Gold Water based paint

Hope you like it!

Also entered into Sassy Studio Designs – March Progressive Challenge.

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St. Patrick’s Day


Hi There,

Like to share a card that I made for St. Patrick’s Day.

The file is from Too Cute By Jessica – Lucky Leprechauns

Lucky Leprachauns

Outlined hair – Classic Stampin Pot – Stampin’ Up – Tangerine Tango

Sky – Classic Stampin Pot – Stampin’ Up – Tempting Turquoise

Clouds – Used as a template – Craftin Desert Diva’s – Outdoor Landscape Dies

Pot of Gold Coins – Recollections – Gold Glitter Paper Roll

To outline various parts on the characters, I used various colours of chalk. Eyelashes were done with Pigma Micron 03 Archival Ink Pen. Eye highlights with Gelly Roll Sakura #8 Pen.

Buttons – Sakura Glaze – Black

Grass – Shamrocks from – Cricut Cartridge – A Child’s Year. “St. Patrick’s #M2F10F”. I inserted the image into Cricut Design Space and then ungrouped the image and deleted all parts except for the Shamrock. I then did a copy and paste twice. Making the shamrock into various sizes. Next, I copied and pasted all 3 images twice more. Then printed out to the Cricut Explore telling it to print the image 8 times.

Used my Xyron Creative Station  and Xyron Create a Sticker to for all of the pieces to make it easier to put everything together.

Paper – Watercolour paper.