Sunday, March 1, 2015

Blog Hop: March Madness


Welcome back! This month we thought we'd go crazy and make the theme a little more flexible. I decided to go with your typical St. Patrick's Day type stuff. 

Also during my creative madness I thought I'd go from memory. I didn't CASE anyone directly so I give myself the credit. Besides, I've seen this done for so many years it would be impossible to give any one person credit. I do think I was pretty clever with the pattern and the use of the rotary stamp.

Speaking of getting clever. I made a pot of gold. I haven't seen this before so I have hopes that I'm the first with this set but probably not. Thanks to ROYGBIV (okay, so I skipped the I) the rainbow looks fantastic and I got it on the first try! I gave it a spritz of water before stamping and used the rotary stamp again for the "lucky".

I can't wait to see what the other bloggers chose to do this month! Hop on over to Julie by clicking below:

SUPPLY LIST: (for both)
  • Stamp Sets: Rotary Alphabet, Work of Art
  • Colors: Calypso Coral, Old Olive, Whisper White (Card #1), Daffodil Delight, Gold, Real Red, Only Orange, Garden Green, Pacific Point, Elegant Eggplant, Black StazOn (Card Group #2)
  • Embellishments: Crushed Curry Baker's Twine, Calypso Coral Candy Dots, Tea Lace Paper Doilies
  • DSP: Park Lane Designer Series Paper
  • Punch: 3/4" Circle, Sweetheart
  • Big Shot: Chevron Textured Impressions TM Embossing Folder, Hello You Thinlits TM

6 comments :

  1. gasp! That pot of gold is AWESOME! I like the rainbow much better using just one of that image! And your four leaf clover looks great! :)

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  2. Both of these are so cool! Love the rainbow!

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  3. LOVE the rainbow and pot of gold - seriously brilliant!

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  4. Beautiful cards! Love the rainbow and the colorful word LUCKY! How did you make the rainbow?

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  5. Your pot of gold card is very clever and I love the simplicity of the Lucky card - Both look great

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