Lucky Wish

Once I found this phrase I knew I wanted to use it for my St. Paddy’s cards. This one has the look/feel of a more shabby chic. The wreath was cut with white sticker paper and placed on the bg that has the check only printed on half of the white Text Vellum. When I sponged the green ink the waterproof sticker took the ink differently than the paper for an interesting effect. I added the handmade rolled roses and leaves. Sponged the edges of the sentiment tag in the green and attached. The gold dots are hand punched from gold sticker paper. All in on a white cs base.

Challenges I am sharing this with

Sweet Stampin: Shabby Chic

Funkie Junkie: ATG

Try It On Tuesday: Say It With Flowers

19 thoughts on “Lucky Wish”

  1. Bonnie, what a fun card. I love how the sticker wreath took the ink differently. It’s always interesting to see how different papers/surfaces react differently with the same ink. That is a great sentiment!

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    1. It has been fun to see how the waterproof stuff reacts. I use it to make my canning labels and have even ran the stickers through the dishwasher and they came out unscathed.

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  2. Hi, Bonnie,
    I am your neighbour on Try it on Tuesday challenge blog. Thank you for visiting my blog! I love your card and how you made the two halves. I think I’ll keep in my mind this idea for my future crafts.
    Have a happy Sunday and take care!
    Hugs from Italy,

    Mariangela ;-D

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  3. Gorgeous and inventive card! I love how you did the wreath and that blessing. Thank you for playing along in our Anything Goes Challenge at The Funkie Junkie Boutique challenge blog!

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