Hello.  Today I’m sharing a tutorial of this sweet, colorful card featuring my Shamrock Good Luck digital stamp set.  This stamp set is perfect for St. Patrick’s Day cardmaking and you are welcome to download it for your personal use.  Visit the Free Printable page section of my blog to download this stamp set.  For the tutorial on how to make this exact card, please see below.

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    Tutorial – Shamrock Good Luck Card

    Supplies: (digital stamp set) Christina Hor Designs Shamrock Good Luck (die-cut) Maker’s Movement Pierced Ovals Nested Essentials Die Set (pattern paper/cardstock) Sunny Studio Rainbow Bright paper pad; Bazzill Apple Crush Smoothies cardstock (sequins) Pretty Pink Posh Marigold Jewels  (coloring) Copic Sketch – YG11, YG13, YG17 (tools) paper trimmer; Scor-Pal scoring board; bone folder; double-sided adhesive tape, double-sided foam adhesive

    DIRECTION

    1.  Start by creating a top-folded 5.125″ x 6.125″ size card base from a 6.125″ x 10.25″ size green cardstock.  Score at the 5.125″ mark.

    2.  Adhere a 4.75″ x 6″ rainbow stripe panel to card front with foam tape.

    3.  Download and open the Shamrock Good Luck digital stamp in Microsoft Word.  Next, resize it to 5-inches in width (height will automatically resize).  Print out two copies.

    4.  Die cut one copy out (cutting off the top portion of the shamrock in the process) with the pierced oval frame.  Adhere the frame to the rainbow stripe panel with foam tape. 

    5.  Color the second shamrock copy with Copic Sketch YG11, YG13 & YG17.  Fuzzy cut it out and adhere it to the pierced oval frame (covering over the remaining cut-off shamrock) with foam tape.  

    6.  Finish with sequins to the top-right corner and bottom-left corner of the rainbow stripe panel.

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