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Friday 9 March 2018

Happy Little Stampers - AG with Dies - March Challenge


Our winner for this challenge will receive a $20 coupon to spend at the shop! Check out all the details HERE.

Here is my inspiration for Happy Little Stampers Anything Goes with Dies Challenge


Do pop over and see my teamies fabulous makes!!


I have made a card where two gnomes slide along a track
using the Craftstash Christmas Gnome bundle of stamps and dies



To make the track I have used the Apple Blossom Sunburst and Clover Embossing Folder
embossing yellow and green card and placing these on dimensionals. Behind there is another green card on a white card blank. 



The gnomes were stamped in black and then coloured with Zig real brush pens. After being die cut I placed them in the track with dimensionals on discs of card.


  
I also added some St Patrick's Day ribbon and clover.



I also made a matching tag - this also had some of Ike's St Patrick's Day images

ST PATRICK's DAY MINI KIT




Hope I will see your make in the Challenge!

Happy Crafting!

7 comments:

  1. Love the leprechauns.
    St. Patrick gets left
    out a lot, I think.
    Cute interactive card.
    thanks for sharing

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  2. What a fun card, Susan! The little gnomes are so cute and I love how they slide along the track. Gorgeous little matching tag too. xx

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  3. What a totally fun slider card and 2 great tags to go along with them!

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  4. The card is so fun! Love how the gnomes are sliding around :) also, that coclov embossing folder is perfect!

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  5. Oh, so cute. I love those little guys :-D Thank you for using my images on there too :-D xxxx

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  6. what a fun interactive card
    I need to try this someday
    Barb Housner

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  7. I love slider cards and your leprechauns are awesome Susan. Love the scene you created with them - the sun grass and of course the clover. Fabulous.

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