Sunday, March 4, 2018

Dies R Us - St Patrick Day Card

Barbara Campbell here and it is  time for another card from me on the Dies R Us Inspiration Blog.  It is now March and I thought that it called for a St Patrick's Day card.  The card was easy to make, but hard to photograph.  More later.
Here is my card.  
I have to use natural light when taking pictures, and in this case the green card stock did not look green.  I took several pictures.  Today, I tried again to take a better picture of the colors.  I was successful with the green, but now the white looks yellow.  See what I mean.
 I think you get the point.  Now here are the dies that I used for this celebration card.

Poppystamps - Dies - Leaf WindowPoppy Stamps Leaf Window  

Taking a picture was not the only problem that I had with this post.  I used Memory box Banner Parade and was surprised to find that it was no longer carried.  But look what I found in the store.  These dies will work perfectly for you.
Poppystamps - Dies - Splendid Stitched HeartsPoppy Stamps stitched hearts
Elizabeth Craft Designs - Dies - Celebration FlagsElizabeth Craft Celebraton Flags

 Hope that you take a look at the store, they now carry lots of things not just dies.    

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  1. Love the clean and simple look of this card and how clever to make your own four leaf clover.

  2. Great card Barbara. Love the leafy window frame.

  3. This is amazing - I have not seen that die and I love it. You really nailed the St. Patty's Day theme, this is so creative. Love the banners too.....I think I need that die.

  4. So beautifully done with both card designs. What wonderful dies you used too! Thanks for sharing.

  5. Oh I adore this! I thought that Shamrock was part of the framed die--well done Missy! This is beautiful, no matter what shade you see it in! LOVE!