I started with a wood frame that I picked up from one of our local craft stores. I sanded the rough spots down, inked the edges of the frame with an ink dauber traced and cut the pattern paper, inked the edges, and applied Scor-Tape to the frame, then carefully laid the paper over the top. That was the hardest part of the whole project because I had to line up the paper without touching the tape or it would stick and I couldn’t lift it off.
I embossed the matting for the sticker I used inside the frame, and inked over the top to accent the embossed pattern. I used adhesive foam squares to support the Reflective Moment frame over the open area of the frame, since the opening of the actual frame is larger than the die cut. I used Glittered Accents to adhere the outer framework of the die to the pattern paper.
To finish off the accents, I used adhesive foam squares on the clovers to lift them off the frame and add more dimension, cut pieces off some bling flourishes to place in the bottom corner and added dots of Crystal Stickles around the frame die cut. Done.
S6-011-Spellbinders 5 x 7 Reflective Moment
S6-001-Spellbinders Nestabilities 5×7 Matting Basics A Card Creator
EL-002-Spellbinders M-Bossabilities Regal
SW3901-Echo Park St Patrick’s Day Sticker Accents
210-Scor-Pal Scor-Tape 6×6″
Adhesive Foam Squares
Have fun creating your own LUCKY projects for St. Patrick’s Day coming up soon! Even if you’re not Irish, you will will feel like you’ve got the best pot ‘o gold in the amazing products you’re using for your crafts! What could be better? (Well, actually, that pot ‘o gold would be kinda nice)
Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!