Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Sweet Stamps Challenge #108 St Patrick's Day

Today is our 108th challenge on the Sweet Stamps Challenge blog.
This week the challenge is to create a card using the theme St PATRICK'S DAY!!!!
  Now is your chance to show us your talent as you create your project using ST PATRICK'S DAY as the theme!!!!

Remember to use a Sweet Stamps image on your creation to get an extra chance at winning
$20 of rubber stamps from Sweet Stamps!!!
This simple St Patrick's Day card began with the Sweet Stamps sentitment Irish Blessing stamped with Distress Ink Clear .  Then it was heat embossed with Queen's Gold EP .  The sentiment is die cut with  Cheery Lynn's Card Makers Rectangle Die Celtic Chain Border gave the card an Irish feel.  I stamped the Shamrock from Shamrock Wish Duo six times with Kilkenny Green Shades Dye Ink and detailed cut them.  They weren't quite right in color so I painted the shamrocks with CIP's Emerald Green giving them shimmer too!  A little edging with a Krylon Gold Pen on the white layers and gold gems from my stash the card was complete.  The finished size is 4.50"x 6.25"

Other Sweet Stamps Products Used:

Be sure to visit Sweet Stamps blog and see what the rest of the team has created for you.   And please join in on the fun!!

*   Bonnie  (you are here)*  Dawn B  *  Dawn L  *
Jacqueline  *  Jacki  *  Jenn  *  Joni  *
Kendra  *  Linda  * Liz   Nazeema "Calypso"  *
Shelly  Tamara   *


~ Kendra ~ said...

Beautiful design! Love the added celtic chain border, adds the perfect touch.

Shelly Schmidt said...

Dear me- this is awesome! I love the sentiment with the gold accent and love the Celtic die- LOVE this card!!!

jonim52 said...

This is perfect for this St. Patrick's Day challenge! Love the gold accents.

Jacqueline L. Challiss Hill said...

Such a great card! Love the borders, perfect for that card.

Sandy Fredrick said...

Awesome St. Patrick's card. I love how you added the gold gems to the Celtic Chain Border and the CI paints on the cut out the shamrocks.

Tamara Morton said...

Hi Bonnie, lovely card.. those clovers are wonderful and go so well with the Celtic Border