It’s March and that means St. Patrick’s Day is coming soon and I think of all things green! The Lucky Clover stamp set isn’t just for St. Patrick’s day, it’s a great set for creating cards of appreciation and support. This set features clover images in various style and sizes. The bigger clover make a fun focal point and the smaller clovers are perfect for accents.
This simple stamped card I have to share with you today was created with the Note Cards & Envelopes, The Lucky Clover stamp set and the Shaded Spruce ink pad. That’s it! It’s easy to create a simple and pretty card with just paper, ink and stamps. I also stamped a clover on the envelope for a fun detail.
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My project features the Speedy Recover Stamp set. I love how the flower stamp works so well with the Awash In Beauty DSP. This easy fun fold starts with a note card from the Note Card & Envelopes. Score the front panel of the card at 1-3/4″ and fold it back.
Cut 2 pieces of Awash In Beauty DSP to 1-1/2″ x 4-3/4″ and adhere to the the front panel and the inside of the front panel. Cut another piece of Awash In Beauty DSP to 3-1/4″ x 4-3/4″ and adhere to the inside of the cardbase. I used the same pattern for both of the 1-1/2″ x 4-3/4″ pieces of DSP but you could choose 3 different patterns to show of the pretty paper.
Next, I die cut 2 of the largest circles from the Basic Shapes Dies. For the front label I stamped the flower image with Tuxedo Black Memento Ink and colored in the image with Stampin’ Blends. Then I stamped the greeting. To create the wrap around the flowers, I stamped the same flower image a second time on a scrap of Basic White Cardstock in Rich Razzleberry. Then, I snipped out just the wrap and adhered it over top of the stamped image on my label.
Be sure when adhering the label to the front of the card you only want to add adhesive to one side of the label so the card will open. You don’t want to make a mistake and put adhesive on the entire label or your card won’t open.
Adhere the second circle to the inside of the card right behind the front label so when the card is closed you don’t see it. To finish up my card I added a few Iridescent Pearl Basic Jewels to my card. Below are a few other variations of my card.
For more inspiration from the Luv 2 Stamp Group Blog Hop Team, click on the image below to visit the talented Patty Bennett. Don’t forget to continue following links on each blog to see everyone’s projects!
Basic White Cardbase: Use a Note Card from the Note Cards & Envelopes pack which measures 5″ x 7″, scored in half at 3-1/2″
Awash In Beauty DSP: (2) 1-1/2″ x 4-3/4″
Awash In Beauty DSP: 3-1/4″ x 4-3/4″
Basic White Cardstock Scrap for Labels
I hope you enjoyed my project. I’d love to be your Stampin’ Up!® Demonstrator! All the Stampin’ Up! supplies used to make my card are available in my online store. Simply click any of the product photos below!