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>> Saturday, March 14, 2015

Good morning everyone!!
Other accessories: Square nesting dies, MS Border Punch, Shamrock die, ribbon and Rhinestones.
Even though my plaid looks like it has some yellow ink, it doesn't.  They are all greens.  For some reason the light wants to make it yellow. After stamping my plaid I stamped the shamrock bg stamp on another piece of white scrap in green. I punched two borders, 1 white, one green and glued them together.  I stamped my Infinity shamrock on white and die cut it with a square (Spellbinders) then die cut a green scallop square to mat.  The sentiment is also stamped on another piece of white scrap.  I used a green ink pad to sponge color on the edges of each panel. I finished off the card with rhinestones and a green bow.
This card was really fun to make and I like the sketch.  This is another case of using the wonderful plaid stamp (cut into 3 parts).  what a tool to have!! I have people constantly say they love my decorative paper when it is really stamped using the Woven Plaid stamp.  It's about 6" long so you can have your plaid straight horizontal and vertical or at the diagonal like you see it here.
I hope you are having a great weekend and making lots of cards!


Karin said...

This is just lovely! Everything from the layout to the backgrounds and the sweet gem in the center of the shamrock is perfect. Gorgeous card!

Sue said...

I am feeling the green love today Robin! The jewel in the center of the infinity shamrock caught my eye too! Love it!!

Shelia said...

Lovely Shamrock card! I love the background you created for this!

Samantha said...

Such a sweet card today, Robin! I love your terrific layout and the subtle yellow used in the plaid!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Wonderful St. Patrick's Day card, Robin! Your plaid is fabulous and I love the lacy border and little shamrocks.

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