Hello all my crafty friends! Justin here, and today I have a project I created for St. Patrick’s Day that is just perfect to send to any friend during the month of March! I combined some Toner Sheets, Foils & Flocks to bring this card together, so let’s get to it!

First, I colored up my leprechaun from the Lucky Leprechaun set by Pink & Main with Copic Markers. I used the coordinating dies to cut it out and set it to the side.

Next, I grabbed a Candy Stripes Toner Card Front and some green Distress Inks. I started by blending the panel entirely with Twisted Citron, then blended about 1/3 of the way in on each side with Mowed Lawn, and finished off by distressing the edges with Rustic Wilderness.

For my foil, I gabbed the Lily Pad Deco Foil from my stash. I love the Fairytale collection so much, as the colors carry a bit of iridescence with them! I knew it would be perfect for this toner card front. I wiped off my toner card front and the back of my Deco Foil with a microfiber towel. I placed it into my parchment paper folder and placed it through my laminator.

Next, I wanted to work on my sentiment. I grabbed the Lucky Word Die by Stamp Anniething, and die cut (2) background pieces, (1) from Black Velvet Flock & (1) from White Latte Flock. I then die cut the words out of the Black Velvet Layer and used my Ultrabond Permanent Liquid Adhesive to adhere the Black Velvet Flock Layer to my White Latte Flock Layer.

I then grabbed a Toner Sheet, cut it down to A2-sized, and transferred a Gold Glitter Deco Foil Transfer Sheet by Unity to it. I die cut out the 6 little embellishment pieces from the Lucky Word Die and adhered them into their respective spots on the die-cut.

I grabbed the Arch Tag Dies by Pink & Main and die cut one in Emerald Green Flock, and the next size smaller from the Gold Glitter Transfer Sheet from the previous step. For my Emerald Green Tag, I distressed the edges with Rustic Wilderness Distress Ink. I then adhered my Gold Glitter tag to my Emerald Green Flock tag to create a frame.

For my sentiment, I modified a sentiment from the Lucky Leprechaun set that said “I’m lucky you’re my friend”, and masked it to just say “you’re my friend”. I heat embossed the sentiment in Snowfall Embossing Powder, and then die cut it using a Banner Die by Stamp Anniething.

To finish my card off, I used my Ultrabond Adhesive to adhere my Leprechaun just behind my Lucky Die Cut, and to adhere my tag unit to my background. I then used 1/16″ iCraft 3D Foam Tape in White to adhere my Word Die, Leprechaun and Sentiment Banner to my project. I finished the card off by adhering a few The World to Me Glitter Enamel Dots by Pink and Main. My project was completed!

I have a few more images to share with you from today’s project!

Below is a condensed list of products I used for today’s project as well!

Candy Stripes Toner Card Front
Lily Pad Deco Foil Transfer Sheet
Gold Glitter Deco Foil Transfer Sheet by Unit
Toner Sheet
Black Velvet Flock Transfer Sheet
White Latte Flock Transfer Sheet
Emerald Green Flock Transfer Sheet
Ultrabond Adhesive
iCraft 3D 1/16″ Foam Tape in White
Copic Markers
Lucky Leprechaun Stamp Set by Pink & Main
Lucky Leprechaun Coordinating Dies by Pink & Main
Arch Tag Dies by Pink & Main
Distress Inks: Twisted Citron, Mowed Lawn & Rustic Wilderness
The World to Me Glitter Enamel Dots by Pink & Main
Lucky (Matted) Word Die by Stamp Anniething
Banner Builder Die Set by Stamp Anniething
Snowfall Embossing Powder by Kindred Stamps
Embossing Ink Pad by Kindred Stamps
Colored Cardstock

Thank you so much for stopping by the Therm O Web Blog today for some St. Patricks Day crafty inspiration! I hope this card inspires you to get out some of your favorite toner sheets and get your 4 leaf clover crafting on!

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Until next time! Happy Crafting!



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