CAS261 = not to use a neutral base. I am not counting my "base" base since I make cards to send, not just for the sheer joy of creating. I had no green of this shade of that heavy wt. which I like for a card. So for this challenge just consider my green panel.
TLC470 = a terrific original technique presented by Sabrina. Read about it HERE.
Need a few St. Pat's cards and these challenges started my stash.
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014 GMT Views: 1769
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Registered: July 27, 2007 Location: Dublin, Ireland Posts: 68043
Mon, Feb 24, 2014 @ 6:53 AM
What a wonderful way to use up some of your GREEN scraps, Sallie. This is truly an amazing St. Patrick's Day card, you've given it a great Irish feel ;-) with your nearly forty shades of green, and the shamrocks, both lucky and regular three-leaved, I think I spy!
Registered: May 28, 2008 Location: Arnold, Missouri Posts: 13218
Mon, Feb 24, 2014 @ 7:15 AM
What a great idea to combine these two challenges and done so well, Sallie. I need to get my "green" on and start making my St. Paddy's cards (especially since I'm half Irish - lol). Loving this new technique by Sabrina. You did her proud on this gem :-)
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Registered: January 20, 2010 Location: Brampton, Ontario Posts: 13635
Mon, Feb 24, 2014 @ 9:56 AM
I love your wonderful card and it has given me inspiration for my own St. Patrick's Day cards. I have no specific stamps for this event but your use of scrap paper works excellently. I think I can manage a few now! :-) I love all those green shades you used and your great CAS design. Looks fabulous Sallie!