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>> Saturday, February 1, 2014

I'm not quite sure where January went, but it is already February.   I know that February is a short month, so I've started my St. Patrick's Day card making.  Green is one of my favorite colors, so I always enjoy this time of year.

For my card, I used an image and sentiment that will be coming soon to the DRS Designs website.  I stamped the sentiment (1100G) with Versafine Onyx Black ink onto white cardstock.  I cut around the sentiment with a die, paper pierced around the panel and lightly sponged with Adirondack Lettuce dye.

I stamped the border of shamrocks (1080F) with Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto a strip of X-Press It cardstock that was cut with a die.  I colored the shamrocks with Copic markers. I stamped the shamrocks again onto a scrap piece of X-Press It cardstock for some extra shamrocks.

The larger card panel is a piece of green cardstock that was repeatedly stamped with DRS Designs "Lines O'Plenty Background" using Adirondack Lettuce dye.  I paper pierced around this panel and faux-stitched with a white colored pencil.

I'm ready for St. Patrick's Day.  Is McDonald's?  I think I'm craving a shamrock shake, LOL!

Saturday smiles,


Shelia said...

Kecia, this is such a pretty shade of green & makes a lovely St. Patrick's Day card!! I really like how you used the shamrocks!

Jennifer E. said...

Beautiful! Love your shamrock banner!

Karin said...

Holy cow, this is gorgeous! You coloring is outstanding and I love the "stitching" too!

Samantha said...

This is so sweet! I love the scattered shamrocks, framed sentiment and scratchy background!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Love this, Kecia! That line bg looks fabulous and I love the shamrock pennant flag.

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