This month we are challenging our readers to Go Green or Go Braugh in celebration of the upcoming month of March. So here is my card for Dreamweaver's challenge;Thanks for stopping by!
I started off using Old Olive paper by Stampin'Up and cut it down to 5"x 7" size. I used papers from the Butterfly Collection by Pink Paislee for the next two layers. I added some crochet lace by May Arts and then used Pear Pizzazz 5/8ths Pleated Satin Ribbon before attaching to the base. I than ran the 3rd layer thru an embossing folder by Teresa Collins called 'Timeless'. I then used Lime & Olive Pastel Fluid Chalk by Clearsnap over the raised areas. I stamped 'Happy St. Patrick's Day' by Stampin'Up set called 'Teeny Tiny Wishes' using black pigment ink and black EP. I used the stencil LL3017 Cameo that I received in last month's challenge for the picture. I used glossy black embossing paste while it was still wet I sprinkled on some transparent ultrafine green glitter by In The Making Enterprises. I cut this out using a large scallop punch by Marvy Uchida and then cut out another light green glitter scallop oval using a giga punch. For the leaves I used Tim Holtz 'Tattered Pinecone' using light green and dark green glitter paper. For the two corners I used the stencil LJ885 'Leaf Corners' and using double sided tape and some olive soap. After soaping my stencil, I laid it down on double sided tape which then laid it down on the acetate. Then I applied a light green glitter called 'Granny Smith' and then a darker one called 'Moss Green' using a straw and so called painted my leaves with this technique.
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