Happy Thursday! This card for Pals Paper Arts Color Challenge came together very quickly once I got the idea! I started with a Brushed Gold card base and added a Garden Green background which was embossed with the Large Polk Dots Textured Impressions Embossing Folder.
Next, I made a black Pot for Gold using my large and medium Oval Punches. The "feet" of the punch are from the Owl Builder punch. The teeny golden heart "coins" are also from the Owl Builder punch and they are punched from Gold Glimmer Paper.
After I made my pot of gold, I decided that a banner across the top would balance the card. I used Gold 1/8" ribbon to tie a bow and banner across the top. I added two Banner Punch flags in Garden Green prints from the Regals Designer Series Paper Stack. In the middle is a Whisper White banner that I Gold Embossed using "Teeny Tiny Wishes", my only St. Patrick's Day stamp!
I hope you enjoyed looking today! I'd love to read your comments, so please leave one before you move on! Have a great weekend!
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I'm just nutso over those wee gold hearts spilling over the pot!
You're so creative! This is fantastic, Patti!
I love that "pot o' gold!
This is adorable! Love thee golden hearts spilling out of the pot!
This is just adorable! I loved it when I saw it on FB!!
Love the punch art pot and the sweet hearts spilling out! And the banners hanging from the ribbon. Very clever, Patti~!
You really knocked this one out of the park. I love your punch art creativity.
So clever, I tried to come up with a St Patrick card and came up empty. Thanks for sharing and CASE.
Everything said above comments. Plus, I never wanted that embossing folder...until now. Love this card.
Thanks, everyone! This card came together quickly after the idea struck. Those hearts were a surprise when I pulled out my Owl Builder Punch to use for the feet on the pot! Debra, I'm always happy to enable! :-)
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