Welcome friends! Today I’m over on the Pink & Main blog with a new, fun card featuring the May Stamp and Die of the Month – Lady Luck! It is super cute and has some great sentiments in it too!
To create my card, I stamped images from Lady Luck and colored them with my copic markers. Next, I used the coordinating dies to cut them out and arranged them to see how big of a panel I needed to create my little scene. I decided 3×4 inches worked really well so I cut a piece of white cardstock and blended a little ground and sky with my blending brushes.
I added my images and sentiment with foam squares and set the panel aside. Next, I cut an A2 panel from kraft cardstock. Then I chose a fun plaid paper from the new Year Round Plaids paper pack and cut three strips measuring 1.25×5.25 inches each. I added those to the kraft panel with foam tape and then added my scene panel with foam tape as well.
Finally, I added the whole thing to a white card base with EZ Squeeze liquid glue and switched gears to finishing touches. For that I kept it simple with glossy accents on the ladybug spots, flower centers and sunshine in the sky.
I am so happy with how this card came together and just love the strips of plaid instead of a solid panel in the background. Isn’t that cool?!?
Products used today:
Lady Luck – Stamp and Die of the Month
Ergonomic Blending Brushes
Year Round Plaids paper pack
EZ Squeeze liquid glue
Foam tape and squares
I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!