The Challenge #51 for the Double Trouble Challenge Blog requests green, gold, and a share with Heart2Heart. You don't have to do it all, but are eligible for more chances to win if you do.
4 Leaf Clover easel card from My Scrap Chick and cut all the parts with my Scan n Cut. I used lots of different greens, and gold of course.
The stamps, embossed with Wow Metallic Rich, come from two sets from Close to My Heart. The bird and sunburst come from S1304, My Sunshine, and the heart comes from S1409, Family is Forever.
I made extra shamrocks and did some layering then added some triangular dots.
The sentiment came from a Tim Holtz Small Talk set.
Also shared with A Bit More Time to Craft
Thanks for stopping by. I always enjoy reading any comments you leave!
Easel cards are always so elegant, and such a lovely design choice to make a wreath with the clovers. The green and gold pair beautifully on your card.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much, Inkami!Delete
Wow, great easel card and all those green flavors and the gold are lusciousness. Beautiful job. Thanks again Jean for being such a great supporter of Double Trouble and all the inspiration you bring to our challenge, and our partners.ReplyDelete
I always enjoy the push to do something a little bit different for your challenges, Sue. Thank you for your sweet words!Delete
Love the easel clover card! So pretty!! Thank you for joining us at Heart 2 Heart!ReplyDelete
Thank you very much, Cat!Delete
Love love love this! LOVING the clovers and the bird!!!!ReplyDelete
Julie, I always love reading your sweet comments! Thank you!Delete
Fabulous easel card, Jean! I love that this is not only a fun fold but is also a shaped card. You have such clever ideas. Thank you for playing along with us at Double Trouble #51.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Melanie. It was the only thing I had that had Shamrocks and I thought, with St. Patrick's Day around the corner that's where I wanted to go.Delete
I just LOVE shaped cards...AND ones that can also serve as a decor piece on your desk! Thanks for linking up to H2H Challenges!ReplyDelete
You are so kind! Thank you, Katy!Delete
Jean - wow! I have made easel cards in the past and they aren't the easiest to do, especially when the outline isn't a standard shape. Your selection of images and the sentiment are perfect for St. Patrick's Day. Thanks for sharing with us at H2H :)ReplyDelete
This did take just a bit of time, Alyson, LOL! Glad you enjoyed looking, thank you!Delete
Love your easel card!! Such beautiful detail cutting your clover and the mutiple colors of green and gold. Perfect sentiment. Thank you Jean for sharing with Double Trouble Challenge #52.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Linda. It took a bit to do, but that's half the fun, right?Delete