Lawn Fawn Spring Release: Lucky Clovers + Clover Background Stencils + Good Luck Line Border

Hi Crafty Friends! Tomorrow is Lawn Fawn Spring Release day but we are not done sharing yet. Today I have three cards featuring the new Lucky Clovers dies, Clover Background Stencils and the Good Luck Line Border die.

I love the first card I have to share. I cute the clovers from cilantro cardstock and inked the edges and also added green and white paint splatters for texture.

The background is cut with the sunburst backdrop with inked edges and gold metallic paint splatters. I created a rainbow by die cutting the stitched stripe from the picket fence border die. The sentiment is created with the new Henry’s ABCs dies and finally I changed up the cauldron and bubbles from Purrfectly Wicked into a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

The second card features the new clover background stencil which creates a really awesome graphic clover background. I inked the stencil with lucky clover and pine needles distress oxide inks over cilantro cardstock.

I added a fun die cut gnome in green shades to make a little leprechaun. The sentiment is created by layering two of the good luck border die cuts to create a fun drop shadow and I finished it off with some gold glitter stickle accents.

For my final card I am changing it up a bit to show you that clovers do not have to be green and only for Irish holidays. I made a lovely tone on tone pink background with the stencil. This design is very graphic so this technique makes the pattern look like cool wallpaper.  And then of course you can’t go wrong with a rainbow of clovers. I think the sentiment from Magic Messages works great with these elements to make a fun everyday card.

All three of these cards are part of the Intro video to Lucky Clovers, Clover Background stencils and Good Luck Border die. Be sure to check out the Lawn Fawn blog for more inspiration with these new products.

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