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What’s more Irish than a shamrock?

Hi Downland Crafters,

Michelle (aka Michelf) here.  It’s been a while since I did a blog post so I thought I’d share how I made the few cards I made. I made a trio as I just couldn’t stop once I started.

Starting with the new stamp set ‘Coola Boola’ I used  my finger daubers to add 3 shades of green to the large shamrock in the stamp set.  Tip: Start with the darkest at the stem and base of the image and add the next lighter shade, overlap a little to blend so the transition isn’t harsh.  I  stamped again with Versamark and heat embossed using clear embossing powder for a small bit of interest and dimension.

Next I added a sentiment from the ‘As Geilge Greetings’ stamp set and also clear heat embossed it.

 

 

I trimmed my white 5.5″ x 4.25″ panel down by .25″ on the side and bottoms and matted it on some gold cardstock from my stash.

These would make quick and easy sets for a gift for friends or teachers.

Does anyone else hear the words “look up, it’s Aer Lingus”?

I hope you live it as much as I do!

Use code DTEMICHELLE10 for 10% off any Downland stamps.
I would love to see what you do with this set. Be sure to post any cards you make on the Downland Crafters Facebook page.

 

Happy stamping,

Michelf

Coola Boola Stamp Set – A7 Clear Photopolymer

As Gaeilge Greetings Stamp Set A6 Clear Photopolymer

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