Saturday, March 7, 2009

Four-leaf clover

I got a little crafting time in last night, so I whipped out this card, which fits two challenges. Some of my Splitcoast friends - all of us are former VSN hostesses - are doing some challenges together, just for fun. And my friend Stacey challenged us to make a card using hearts to make a four-leaf clover. I love this idea and have done it a few times before! Well, when thinking about this card, I remembered the sketch this week at Taylored Expressions, and thought combining the two would be perfect. Taylor is having a big one-year anniversary celebration (with prizes!) on her blog to celebrate a year of TE/Stamp a Sweet Impression. You can see the sketch and other details about the celebration on her blog HERE.
Anyway, working with the TE sketch, I punched out several hearts using scraps of my celery prints DP and my Creative Memories heart punches. Then I used the small hearts to make a clover for the last square, popped up the last square and added a stem, which I hand-cut. I made the oval sentiment using my Creative Memories oval cutting system, since I don't have any oval punches or nesties. Can you believe that? I didn't want to add the bulk of a ribbon, so I just added a strip of prints dp underneath the sentiment.
Supplies:
Stamps: Sincere salutations
Ink: certainly celery
Paper: celery, celery prints dp, neenah classic crest white
Accessories: CM heart punches, CM oval cutter, eyelet, dimensionals

7 comments:

Terri E. said...

Super cute card. I am loving how sweet this looks!

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Ida P. Krause said...

This is so fun and cute. Love the hearts and then how you made the Clover on the last panel using the hearts.

Colleen said...

That card is just adorable.

Elena said...

Very cute! Love the Clover you made!

Kathryn said...

How CUTE -- LOVE all those heart and the shamrock (heart) in the last box -- so ADORABLE!!! :)

itsabrt said...

What a fabulous card, I love the patterned papers and your theme! BR-T

Lee (LuvLee on SCS) said...

I LOVE this sketch and totally plan on playing too.....the monochrome with the shamrocks is so pretty!!