07 March 2016

Lucky + Tutorial.

Hello friends!! Happy Monday to you all. Last week I got a box full with new goodies from Ken Oliver Crafts, felt like Christmas in March, hehehe. So I decided to use my new crafty goodies to make this super fun St. Patrick's Day card.
  • Start die-cutting 9 small square piece from Water Media Paper. Then, add a little drop of Yellow Gold Liquid Metals and then spread the Liquid Metal on the center of the square with a paint brush.


    • Die-cut the gold piece with a scallop die, add it behind the Verdi Gris piece, add a white strip of Water media paper and adhere them to card panel.

    • Stamp the clover leaves and Lucky sentiment in Kelly Green Click It Ink Pad.

    • Add a kraft piece of cardstock behind the panel and add stitches. Add all the squares little panels with foam adhesive.

    • Embellish your card with a ribbon and twine bow and drops.

    And this is the card. I think it turned out super cute!! This is a 5"x7" Water Media Greeting Card.

    Remember, you can find Ken Oliver Crafts products in small retailers near you!

    Submitting this card to:
  • Fusion Card Challenge: Lucky Days. I used the sketch  as an inspiration.
  • Tic Tac Toe Challenge: Challenge #5: I used Gold + Green + Inspiration Picture
  • The Card Concept: Shamrocks, Patterns and Greens
Hope you like it!
Have a fantastic day!

13 comments:

  1. Such a great idea!! Adorable card, very fun and colourful!

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  2. Fab to see a step by step guide of how you made this. Love the final card and the touch of ribbon the perfect finishing touch. Thanks for joining Fusion and the Card Concept x

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  3. This is a fantastic card! Love the details!

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  4. Great card - Love Liquid Metals

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  5. Okay, I need to get some of these fun powders. This is so COOL!! Love the backgrounds that you created. Your layering is fantastic!! Thanks for playing with us at Stamping Smiles Design Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge!!

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  6. You have a truly wonderful card here! It's good to see real stitching too!

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  7. Such a charming card! Loved seeing the process. Thanks for joining us over at The Card Concept!

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  8. Clever, Giovana. Those squares are neat and kinda like a shamrock tic-tac-toe. Cute card. I can't wait to give those liquid metals a try.
    Tracie Pond
    Stamping Smiles Designs
    Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge
    #ssdtictactoechallenge
    Design Team Member

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  9. What a cool design! Playing with Color burst looks so magical :) Thank you so much for joining us at SSD Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge.
    Olesya, DT

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  10. Very cool! Thanks for joining us at Fusion!

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  11. Love that bacground!! SO pretty! Love how you took pictures during the process so we can see it come to life!
    Gorgeous!
    Thanks so much for playing along with us at Stamping Smile designs Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge!

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  12. Such a pretty card! Love all those layers!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Fusion.

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