Pot O’Gold

DRU Challenge #163

A slimline St. Patrick’s Day card for our granddaughter, Alexandra includes a rainbow created using Lawn Fawn’s rainbow die, a group of playful leprechauns from Tutti Designs die, MFT’s cloud die, cuttlebug embossing folder and the sentiment from Colorado Craft Company’s St. Patrick’s Day Lovely Legs stamps set. The playful leprechauns are carrying a pot of gold but since it is in a silhouette I decided to use a sticker for an additional pop of color. This card will be entered into the Anything Goes theme challenge and to use a metal die from a company sold in their store at Dies R Us Challenge: Challenge #163.

It wasn’t too difficult lining up the embossing folder to create a continuous pattern. I’m still not quite sold on these slim line cards. I just think of a money folder when I use this size and will more than likely add some $$ for the little one anyway.

The sun is shining! We didn’t get the icy weather that was forecast so we were lucky this time around.

Thanks for taking a peek.

8 thoughts on “Pot O’Gold

  1. Love those silhouette Leprechauns; they look like they are having so much fun! The pot of gold they are holding and your greeting panel with the rainbow and shamrocks add the perfect amount of color and balance your design perfectly.

  2. Great job on such a fun card, Gayle! Too funny that you think of money holders with the slimline cards and plan to include some for your granddaughter. Were you influencing the card, or was it influencing you? 😉 Love that colorful pot of gold the leprechauns are carrying – the sticker was a great idea.

  3. Such a cute fun card. The rainbow is just right for those leprechauns. I’m with you, I’m not completely sold on the slimline cards, but occasionally a design lends itself to one.

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