So Lucky To Have You Slimline Card

Hey crafty friends,
So glad you stopped in today! Can you believe it is already March? My goodness how time is flying! Today I am sharing a fun card I created with some fun dies from Cottage Cutz. Take a look.
A Fun Slimline card with a St. Patrick's Day theme. 

Here is another view of my card. The base is a 4 x 9 side fold base of Marigold Cardstock. I used some rectangle stitched slimline dies and cut out a white one and a smaller one with the polka dot patterned paper I created. 

Here's a closer look at the cute little "pot of gold". It was actually a "witches" cauldron I made the bubbles in yellow. I cut the shoes in white and then colored them in green and colored the yellow buckles. I also used the Alphabet and the same marker that I used for some of the gold coins I colored the YOU. I also lightly dusted the edges of the black cauldron with white. I then attached it to a white circle stitched die that I cut some of the patterned paper I created.

Here's a closer look at my little Leprechaun. He was actually a Christmas Baker Gnome. I just switched up his colors and then made his hat. I also added him to another circle stitched circle in some more of the patterned paper I create.

Here is a closer look at the darling little rainbow from the rainbow die. I just used a variety of my markers for the colors. I didn't use the typical rainbow colors but rather ones that I thought would work for my card. I also used my blue marker to put some outlines on the little clouds that are a part of the die set.

Here is a closer look at my title So and Lucky. I used the same alphabet I cut in white and then colored with my markers. I then just wrote to have in one of the clouds. I also cut out a variety of more pierced circles in a variety of my patterned papers.

Here are some photos showing how I pieced his little hat together. In the top left, that is the piece that the little bakers hat is. I just cut it down as shown. I then free handed the top of the hat you see it in the bottom left photos. I then traced the piece and then attached them. The bottom right shows the pieces assembled and in the back of the hat.

Here are some more photos showing some additional details for his little clover, I used the flower from the little garden flowers die set. You can see how the die is in white. you can see in my "clover" looking flower I cut the middle point out on each of the four petals to create the clover. On the top right I simply colored a piece of my cardstock anhd then used a hole punch to punch out several more small circles. In the lower right, you see the little leprechaun guy coming together.

Dies Used For This Project

Holiday Gnome Baker


Stitched Alphabet

Folk Art Rainbow 

Pierced Circle Set

Stitched Slimline Rectangle Set

Well, that about covers it for today. Be sure to come back real soon. You will want to keep up with my crafty adventures!  Don't forget to find me on social media too! Links are below.
Until the next time, have a wonderfully crafty day!

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