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Less trouble, more blessings!

>> Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Hi Everyone,

I thought I would take a break from making Valentines and share a St. Patrick's Day card today.  It features the Trouble Be Less Greeting, which I'm sure is Irish, but could really be used for any themed card.  I mean, who can't get behind a sentiment that wishes you less trouble, right? :) :) :)

I began with a square 4 1/2 inch card made out of green card stock and stamped the background with the Shamrock Background stamp, using white craft ink.  I made a frame using a piece of white card stock and the Shamrock Vine Corner stamp, die cutting a window out of the center.  I adhered it using some dimensional foam tape and colored in the tiny shamrocks around it.

 I matted my sentiment and added a Silhouette Clover stamped it a lighter green ink and a bow, attaching it to the center of my card with some more dimensional tape.    

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Karin

6 comments:

nwilliams6 said...

I hope there are not two comments from me - but I am having computer issues this morning. I love your card Karin - the color is the best (my favorite) and I love how you used all these great stamps. This is my first year to send St. Pats day cards and I appreciate the inspiration! Hugz

Sue said...

What a wonderful window card Karin! Love all the dimension and the multitude of shamrocks :)

Robin Clendenning said...

Very cute! I like the frame/window cut out and shadow box effect!! That corner stamp is so cool, love it!

Shelia said...

Karin, this is such a fun St. Patrick's Day card. I really like the window and all the different stamps you used. Now I need to get busy and create some green cards!!

Janett Ray said...

Great use of all the stamps. Your card is super I just love it.

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Love this, Karin! The popped up frame w/ the dk green behind it is wonderful & I love the way you stamped the frame.

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