Wednesday, January 13, 2016


Today I wanted to play with some new toys. New stamps and new dies as well as new pattern paper were tools I used today to create this card. Now this card could be a St. Patrick card or just a plain friendship card to my way of thinking so I am not sure how it will end up being used.

And here is the view from the front. I think maybe you can see the outside details a bit better with this photo.

The stamps and the sentiment are from the CAS-UAL FRIDAYS stamp set called Clover. I used Momento Danube Blue and Cottage Ivy for stamping the images and then colored them in with my Bic Mark-It alcohol ink pens.

Once I had the line of clovers and the sentiment completed on white card stock I then took the Die-Namics Die and cut out the center panel and also using the same die set to cut out the pattern paper panel too. The pattern paper is from My Favorite Things and is called Subtle Plaids.

I added a blue ribbon to the white center panel and also added another larger clover which was colored and popped up.

Here is a flat view of the design.

Die-Namic Die used:
Wonky Stitches Rectangle Stacker MFT 839

I am so blessed to have so many friends and many of you I have only met through the internet but none the less you are all very precious to me. Thanks for being my friend and for coming by now and then to leave such lovely comments.

God bless,


Lori Kobular said...

Great card, I love that blue plaid paper! Thanks for playing along with us at Scrapy Land Challenge #33!

Donna Ellis said...

ooooooh! LOVE that sentiment, Verna, and the pretty layers surrounding it! It's a beautiful card, and such lovely spring-like colors, too! Thanks for playing in the {Scrapy Land Challenge}! Hope to see your pretty projects again soon!
crafty hugs,
{Creative Smiles}

Barbara Bruder said...

Verna, what a great verse and so true. I love that die you used. I am going to have to get it. This card is a beauty.

Barbara said...

Awe... I absolutely love this sentiment. Just beautiful and I think I need it. Love your color combo on it too. You are an inspiration and an enabler.

Judy Woodland said...

Super cute card, I love the blue and green together. Great color combo. Really cute images and that wonky stitched die is the bomb. Well done!!! And yes, it could be used for many different occasions!!

Marianne said...

What a pretty, pretty card. Everything matches so beautifully. Someone on your friendship list is going to really be blessed to find this in their mailbox!! Great job!

Vicki Dutcher said...

The plaid looks awesome with the focal sentiment

Nancy Hill said...

Love the sentiment and yes, this would make a very cute St. Patrick Day card. Thank you for sharing your beautiful card with us at Scrapy Land Challenge #6 and can't wait to see what you create for us next. Nancy Hill, Scrapy Land Design Team Member

Unknown said...

However you use it, it is beautiful! Your DP is fabulous, love the plaid, great colors in blues and greens! That rectangle die is quite interesting too....and of course that fabulous sentiment, well done! Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Mod Squad Blog!

Unknown said...

So true. That backing paper makes it all pop.

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