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Monday, 14 February 2011

Clover Leaf Shaped Card


Hooray, it's time for a Giveaway at The Cutting Cafe where there is a Monthly Inspiration by the Design Team. This month Regina has asked us to make a project using one of her files using the colour green. Now, this is not my favourite colour, but I have just made one of my quickest card to date!

For the challenge 'Go Green' I used the Clover Leaf.cut file to make this Shaped Card. Super easy, I cut it out of Kraft card stock and cut a smaller piece in patterned paper.


Yesterday, I was at my local craft shop and bought the flower for the centre and adhered it to this lovely suede effect ribbon. I finally added some dimensions with one of my gel pens and I was done in 10 minutes! I wish I could get all of my cards made this quickly!

Anyhow, back to the GIVEAWAY.......

On the 18th February, all you have to do is pop over to The Cutting Cafe where there will be prizes up for grabs.

However, if you leave a comment here on this post, you will also have a chance to win this Clover Leaf shaped card template which comes in WPC, PDF and SVG formats. Comments will be open until February 20th when I will draw a WINNER!

So, please don't forget to leave me a lovely COMMENT!

23 comments:

  1. Stunning creation Joanna, really pretty
    Anne x

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  2. THIS IS GORGEOUS.....YES YES YES....I LOVE IT

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  3. Hi Joanna
    Lovely card - really simple but very effective, and it would make a great st Patricks day card.
    Best wishes Caroline x

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  4. What a beautiful shaped card! It gives me a Spring-feeling...
    Hug Shirley

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  5. Дуже цікава відкритка :)

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  6. So beautiful Joanna and so elegant...love this ;) hugs x

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  7. what an elegant card Beautiful
    Hugs

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  8. Joanna,

    Your card is absolutely beautiful!!! :) I can't believe that it only took you 10 minutes! And what a lovely shade of green! The flower and ribbon are perfect, too! I like the way you didn't put a sentiment on the front.

    Thank you so much for sharing,

    Jennifer
    partridgelu at yahoo dot com

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  9. When I saw this card, I had to have the pattern. Thanks for sharing your beautiful card.
    Mary Juckett

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  10. Very nice! I loke the soft colors that you chose.

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  11. Your card is wonderful. I've been looking for some paper similar to the DP you used. Thank you for sharing.

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  12. I love your card. This would be a great card for the 25 children I teach crafting to each week at my church.

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  13. Your card is absolutely stunning! Wow! Love it!!

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  14. Gorgeous, Joanna! Love that flower, too!

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  15. very nice card! it is very elegant looking..and a good alternative to the all the bright green cards..it even looks like it could be used for a wedding card! love it

    babybutterfly521@yahoo.com

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  16. Very elegant card for St. Patty's Dat

    Pati

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  17. Nice elegant card. i know green isn't my favorite either, but maybe with all this inspiration I'll give it a whirl! Thanks!

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  18. Very elegant. A nice break from the traditional bright green for St P's Day.

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  19. This is a very beautiful card and the flower really sets it off. Great job.

    lebpab21408 at yahoo dot com

    Patti's Paper Fun
    lebpab21408.blogspot.com

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  20. my nieces birthday is march 17th i would love to make this card for her. Thanks vic

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  21. my nieces birthday is st, patricks day i would love to make this card for her. thank you

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