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>> Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Hi Everyone,

Since it's almost March, I'm bringing you another St. Patrick's Day card today. All I can say is, I hope you like shamrocks, because this card is full of '!

I stamped the background with the Swirly Shamrocks in a dark green ink and then went back over the same panel using a lighter green and the Silhouette Clover stamp. The Shamrock Circle was stamped on green paper ( no coloring needed if you do that ;) ) and fussy cut and attached with large glue dots to a doily die cut. My Small Beer Mug was fussy cut as well, and some Stickles were added to the foam :)
I LOVE this! After stamping it, I used the Shamrock Background stamp in a lighter green color, and stamped on top of it. It just looked a little bare otherwise. Such a cute greeting for this holiday card and you can find the stamp of Franklin's Wisest Words here.
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Today's Clue

Mystery Stamp C

Clue #2:

No Excercise Here!
Mystery Stamp AMystery Stamp BMystery Stamp CMystery Stamp D
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No Checkers on this board.
Oh square of squares.
It is a big deal!
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No exercise here!
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Jennifer E. said...

Wonderful card, Karin! Love the colors and both backgrounds!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Fab card, Karin! Love the colors and all the different backgrounds. Wonderful fussy cutting on the shamrock wreath.

Shelia said...

Awesome card. I love all the background stamps you used and the fussy cutting of the wreath. Wow, it looks amazing!!

Janett said...

Great card, love the background and all the stamps you used.

Sue said...

I love your background Karin!! I can never put 2 stamps together, let alone 3 like you have! Great cutting on the wreath too!

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