It’s time for a new release from Simon Says Stamp called, “Good Luck Charm.” This release is full of amazing large phrase sets, lucky clovers and lovely floral charms. I’m using the following products in my cards below:
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Many Blessings Card
This card is a quick and simple one. I heat embossed in white the floral design from the Spring Stems stamp set. I also splattered on metallic gold paint using my Kuretake Gansai Tambi watercolors (48) and Dr. PH Marten’s Bleedproof white paint on a warm gray and white cardstock.
I finished the card with the phrase from the same stamp set and a few strips of metallic gold and gray cardstock.
Praying For You Card
For this card, I used the Spring Stems stamp set and stamped the florals at the bottom of the card front. I colored all of the flowers using Copics: Y38, Y19, Y18, Y17, Y15, Y06, G20, YG67, YG63, YG23, YG03, and YG00.
I splattered the entire front using watercolors in green, metallic gold and yellow along with white. I used Kuretake Gansai Tambi watercolors (48) and Dr. PH Marten’s Bleedproof white paint. I stamped three additional centers of the flowers and colored them to match. I attached them using Scrapbook Adhesives White Foam Squares to make them stand out a bit. It gives the card and flowers some nice dimension.
Finally, I stamped the phrase from the same set and added hemp twine at the top. The front panel was attached to a white card base.
Good Luck To You Card
To make the background of this card, I heat embossed in white, the Shamrock Background Stamp on green cardstock. I colored in the background, around the shamrocks using a Copic 100 (black) marker. The stamped design was attached to a white card base and I added strips of black for a clean finish at the top and bottom.
I die cut the Linking Lucky Clovers die out of black (shadow die), and green and gold (top layer die) and attached the linked clovers to the front of the card.
I stamped and die cut the phrase, “good luck to you” from the set, Silhouette Sentiments. I attached it to the front with a black foam backing to make it stand out more. I like the black foam showing from the sides to match the drama of this card.
Happy Birthday Flower Card
For my last card, I used the Layered Confetti Stencil Set with Festive Berries, Mustard Seed, and Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide Ink. I added a bright coral red color and a strip of white at the bottom of the card.
Next, I die cut the “happy b-day” die with a red shadow and white letters and attached it to the front. I also used the Linking Lucky Clovers die as three flowers and die cut the shadow in white, the outline in a mustard and the 1/2″ circle punch center dots in coordinating reds/coral colors. The centers were attached using Scrapbook Adhesives White Foam Squares. This card speaks happy loudly!
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