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Today’s Free for All Challenge (F4A261)on Splitcoast has 2 requirements..St. Patrick’s Day theme & use one of the tutorials in the SCS Resources section. I went with THIS tutorial on creating a frame using Spellbinders nestabilities. 
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After using two sizes of Labels 22 to make my frame, I also die cut a fancy lattice, used part of it behind the frame and the rest for the lower part of my card front. The Infinity Shamrock was stamped w/ green ink, then I added a light green shading to it before stamping the greeting on top with black. I attached it on top of the lattice and a green panel behind the lattice before attaching to my card. The shamrock swag was colored & fussy cut. 

Thanks so much for stopping by! If you haven’t yet, please be sure to check out the DRS Thursday Challenge! This week, it’s a color challenge using spring greens. DRS images are not required so head on over and link up!
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Supplies:

Stamps: DRS Designs – Infinity Shamrock, Irish Inventory, Shamrock Swag 
Ink:  Memento tuxedo black, cottage ivy
Paper: Neenah white, green
Accessories: a few green Copic markers, Spellbinders Labels 22, rectangle & fancy lattice dies

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Today we are taking another look at the wonderful Our Daily Bread designs February Release! The wildflowers are perfect for so many different cards. For my card today, I went with a shaker card. I love the way they look, but they always end up being more trouble than they’re worth, lol. Or maybe that’s just me. 

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I wanted to keep it semi flat, so I used sequins instead of buttons or something thicker. To begin, I die cut the canning jar in my top layer. Now here, I’ll tell you, the die has two aligning dots so I did a tiny bit of surgery & removed the lower one to keep from cutting a hole below it. I stopped the die cutting machine before I reached the top “dot” & just for insurance, I added a small piece of thick cardstock under it so it wouldn’t cut a hole on top. I stamped the top part of the wildflowers (from Life is a Gift) and colored them. On the bottom white layer, I stamped the canning jar & added some stems so it would appear they continue inside the jar.

I added a piece of acetate under the top layer and two layers of card board, then the bottom layer. Before I glued the bottom layer on, I added the sequins. The twine was glued on top along with the greeting on a die cut tag.I used the largest die from Flourished Star Pattern dies to cut the largest white layer because I love the way it pierces all around the edge.

Since I didn’t use any dp, I did some two color stamping on the inside around the edges. I used the lavender ink with the silhouette wildflowers & the grape with the wildflowers from the Life is a Gift set. 

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These are the Copics I used. I don’t know why I had the 3 gray colors in here…I didn’t use them, lol. 

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Please be sure to stop by and visit all the DT blogs for more inspiration!
Cathy * Lori * Sandee * Dawn * Julie * Wanda
Thanks so much for stopping by!
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Supplies:

Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs – Life is a GiftMiss YouCanning Jars
Paper:  Neenah white, dk purple, small scrap of  silver mirror board
Ink:  Memento tuxedo black, (lulu lavender &  grape jelly on inside)
Accessories:  ODBD Flourished Star pattern, Mini Tags & Canning Jars dies,  Spellbinders A2 matting basics A&B, acetate, twine, sequins