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Design by: Ksmithcrafts (1 Project)
Project skill level: easy
Project time: less than 30 minutes
Project tags: St. Patrick's Day Seasonal Cards Cards

The cutest little St. Patrick's Day card you ever saw! This card was created using the Paper Lace and Love You a Latte cartridges. Give it a try!

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • white glitter cardstock
  • green patterned paper
  • kraft cardstock
  • white cardstock
  • orange ink
  • brown ink
  • green ink
  • clover & cheers stamps
  • green twine
  • orange button
  • clear gem
  • foam dots
  • liquid adhesive
  • diamond stickles

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

The card base is white glitter cardstock cut to 4.5" x 9" and folded in half to make a 4.5" square card. The corners were rounded and the edges were inked with Tim Holtz Ripe Persimmon Distress Ink
The green layer was cut using the Paper Lace cartridge. I cut the Lace 2 layer on pg. 30 of the handbook at 3.75" and glued it to the white base
To create the mug I used the Love You a Latte cartridge and cut the mug from kraft cardstock at 2.25". I inked the edges with brown chalk ink, stamped the clover in green, used diamond stickles on the top to simulate the beverage, and adhered a green twine bow to the handle. The mug was popped up on foam dots for a little dimension.
The Cheers banner is a 3.5"x .5" strip of white paper. The edges are inked in brown, the end is "v" cut to create the banner shape, and the word Cheers stamped in green. The banner is glued down and embellished with an orange button, topped with a clear gem.

Step 1

The card base is white glitter cardstock cut to 4.5" x 9" and folded in half to make a 4.5" square card. The corners were rounded and the edges were inked with Tim Holtz Ripe Persimmon Distress Ink

Step 2

The green layer was cut using the Paper Lace cartridge. I cut the Lace 2 layer on pg. 30 of the handbook at 3.75" and glued it to the white base

Step 3

To create the mug I used the Love You a Latte cartridge and cut the mug from kraft cardstock at 2.25". I inked the edges with brown chalk ink, stamped the clover in green, used diamond stickles on the top to simulate the beverage, and adhered a green twine bow to the handle. The mug was popped up on foam dots for a little dimension.

Step 4

The Cheers banner is a 3.5"x .5" strip of white paper. The edges are inked in brown, the end is "v" cut to create the banner shape, and the word Cheers stamped in green. The banner is glued down and embellished with an orange button, topped with a clear gem.

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