Good Luck Card Using Green Core Essentials Color Families and MORE!

March 4, 2014 by  
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Who’s lucky?
Today we have cards for you that are all about Good Luck and GREEN!  If you go to our individual Core Essentials part of the website here, you will see that we have them all listed by color family for you. So when you are creating, it’s easy to find colors that match and fall into the same color family.  AND a great way for really who off those colors is to add texture like  Ava did today using all kinds of greens and textures for this festive Good Luck card.

Find some complementary colors that will blend well and try out different embossing folders for an interesting textural feel to the card.  A gentle sanding with your Sand it Gadget and a clean wipe with your Dust Buddy will result in some great looking faux washi tape.

Add some embellishments and you have a CAS card ready in your stash for any congratulatory event.

Core’dinations Supplies
Signature Series Graphic 45 Collection
Helmar Adhesive and Sizzix embossing Folders.

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And Suzanna Lee with a fun card for us,too!

Ah, St. Patrick’s Day. It’s the one day a year where I can celebrate a holiday that doesn’t feel like a huge marketing scheme has overtaken the true meaning of the day.  We get to don our green shirts, eat either green foods (prepared by Mum) or corned beef and cabbage (prepared by Dad) and put a lot of stock in Luck.  And that’s where my craft comes in!
Today I have a card that I made for this special day in March and I’m here to share it with you!  It was dead easy using a cut file from the Silhouette store. It originally had a heart as the center shape but I removed that and inserted my own four leafed clover. I used the back side of the Black Magic and flipped it for the heart on the left and cut a kelly green clover for the right hand side! Pop the Black Magic bracket frame and viola!
Have fun this green day and don’t forget to pinch someone for me!!!!
LuckyRevised_Card_Suzanna
LuckyRevised_Suzanna
Loving how the gree “pops” through the Black Magic!
LuckyRevised2_Suzanna

Supplies
Black Magic
Spotted Jillian
Core Essentials – Crab Grass
Core Essentials, Brights
Letter Stickers: Studio Calico
Twine: The Twinery
Cut File (amended to clover by me): Silhouette Store Design #50081
Foam Adhesive: Imaginisce
Silhouette Cameo

 

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8 Responses to “Good Luck Card Using Green Core Essentials Color Families and MORE!”
  1. Ava Gavloski says:

    Suzanna, love the 3 clover luck of the Irish Card.. things are always in 3′s… Great showcasing of the Core’dinations Cardstock.

  2. TracyM #6773 says:

    WOW – BOTH cards are FILLED with AWESOME!!!
    LOVE your greens & textures Ava!!!
    LOVE the touch of distressing on your Black Magic and how you used the four leaf clover negative too Suzanna!!!
    THANK YOU for the inspiration ladies :)

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