This was done totally inspired by This neat card in Monique's gallery seen here. I totally love this and spent a great deal of time hunting down the four square background for future use and then followed it up with killing a lot of paper using the one silhouette fairy I have with wings ( these are two separate stamps, which would have been cool to have the wings not black but, I could not line these up and finally walked away from it to think about it some more and then today when off in a different direction. Changes are the stamps and slightly on the colors, there is also gel pen on the pot of gold instead of little gems. The shamrock was cut with scissors. Monique, I hope you like this and enjoy your week. Thanks for this challenge Nancy, & tfl.
Date: Monday, February 17, 2020 GMT Views: 238
Registered: April 11, 2016 Location: Fairyland Posts: 13957
Mon, Feb 17, 2020 @ 6:40 PM
This is a great way to showcase the Irish quote. I have this on a leprechaun in my craft room. Your card is so good. I love all the tiny stamps and how you did the heart. That stitching rocks. TFS. Happy day
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Tue, Feb 18, 2020 @ 10:44 AM
Terrific case! A bit of Irish luck was with you to make some changes to your original thoughts and end up with this fabulous card. Love the squares in the background with the Irish blessing poem on top. Great job!