Thank you to everyone who joined me last night for my Lucky Clover Thursday Class. I am sorry that the clover punch is not available. Since it is a product from the mini catalog, SU would not be able to get the punch before the mini catalog would retire. Thankfully it is a very easy image to fussy cut. Here are last night’s projects. Don’t forget to download the pdf that is posted on the bottom of the blog post. See the replay below.
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For this first card, I introduced the stamp from Artistically Inked. It stamps a beautiful water color looking background on the card instead of using an embossing folder or leaving the background plain. You will notice that I also stamped some clover in the background. Don’t you just love greens?
Now, on this card, I did emboss the basic white background and introduced some designer series paper. Everything I used for these cards is listed below. For the four-leaf clover on the inside, I punched the clover from garden green card stock and distressed the edges and colored the leaves.
The treat holder is patterned after the project that Julie Gilson created for our Better Your Best meeting this month. It is quick and easy to create and can hold a variety of candy or treats.
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