Shamrocks and Clovers Blessed Handmade Card

Blessed Shamrocks and Clovers Card

Hello, crafty friends! I hope you're having a great day! Mirisha here and today, I am sharing with you an easy shamrock card showcasing some gorgeous paper from Cardstock Warehouse.

  • Cardstock Warehouse Cardstock Papers:
    • Lockwood Green Colorplan 100lb
    • Fairway Green Stardream Metallic 105lb 
    • White Frost Colorplan 100lb
    • Quartz Stardream Metallic 105lb
    • Gold Mirror
    • Black Mirror
  • Liquid Glue (Like Bearly™ Art Precision Glue)
  • Distress Oxide Salt Water Taffy
  • Blending Brush
  • Distress Oxide Vintage Photo
  • Distress Spray Stain Squeezed Lemonade
  • Distress Oxide Spray Carved Pumpkin
  • Clover Dies
  • Honey Bee Stamps Blessed Buzzword
  • Spellbinders Postage Edge Rectangle
  • Spellbinders Geo Screen Embossing Folder

First, I used Lawn Fawn’s Lucky Clovers die set to cut the clovers and shamrocks from Lockwood and Fairway Green cardstock.

die cutting green shamrocks and clovers

Next, I used Spellbinders Postage Edge rectangle die set to cut from Gold Mirror and White Frost cardstock.

die cutting postage stamp frames from gold mirror and white frost

Using Distress Oxide Carved Pumpkin and Distress Spray Stain Squeezed Lemonade, I applied the sprays to the panel.

adding ink to white frost rectangular panel

Once the application of the sprays were complete, I used my heat tool to dry the panel.

using heat tool to dry inks

Using Distress Oxides Vintage Photo, I used my blending brush to apply the oxide around the edge of the panel.

adding distress oxide to the edges of rectangular panel

I used Spellbinders Geo Embossing folder to emboss a panel from the Quartz Metallic cardstock. I then adhered the postage edge front to the panel.

adding postage frame piece to embossed background

Next, I positioned and adhered the clovers to the card front. Once done, I adhered the card front to the card base.

Gluing shamrocks to front of card

I also used Quartz Metallic cardstock to create a card base. I cut the cardstock to 4.25 x 11 inches and scored it at 5.5 inches creating an A2 standard top folding card.

To add a final touch to the card, I added gold embellishments to the card giving an illusion of coins.

blessed shamrocks handmade card


I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, and it inspires you to create.

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Sending love and hugs,
Mirisha Dean

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