FTHS Wee Bit o’Luck

Hi all!  Happy Wednesday!  We are back in much more normal March weather this week.  Last week the kids had shorts out and were running around without jackets.  This week, it’s cooler, rainy & drizzly and everyone is battling allergies & colds.  Never mind, the time change! UGH!

I have a card today for the midweek inspiration post over at From the Heart Stamps.  St. Patrick’s Day is one of my favorite holidays {love me some bag pipes!} and Wee Bit and Lots o Luck is such a sweet image from FTHS.


I colored up my jar of shamrocks with varying shades of green Copics and added a touch of Glossy Accents around the jar rim.  The image is cut with a Pierced Rectangle STAX die.  My dotted panel is Doodlebug paper, of course, cut with Blueprints 13.  I popped each layer up on Fun Foam to add some overall dimension.  The sentiment is included in the set and I cut it out with a Pierced Fishtail Flags STAX die, doubling up to create the double flag.  To finish it off, I pulled out some OLD shamrock buttons and selected a nice, big glittery one.  I threaded the center with some twine and popped that up on dimensionals as well.  Finally some tiny rhinestones finished off the sentiment.

I wish you a wee bit o’luck for St. Patrick’s Day!  Make sure you stop by the FTHS blog to see what other fantastic projects my fellow design team members have created!

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Hope to see you again soon!


Challenge Submissions

City Crafter Challenge — #303 Make it Green

Shopping Our Stash — #243 Oh Me Lucky Charms (stash items: shamrock button, twine & designer paper)

Get Creative Challenges — St. Patrick’s Day

Make My Monday — Lucky






6 thoughts on “FTHS Wee Bit o’Luck

  1. Awesome card, love the jar full of shamrocks! Great idea to add glossy accents to the jar! Thanks for playing along with the SHOPPING OUR STASH crew this week for our “Oh Me Lucky Charms” challenge!


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