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Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Good Luck by Dana Tatar

Hi Couture Creations fans! Dana Tatar here today sharing a fun sparkly card that I created with some of my favorite Couture Creations dies.

To create my glittery stripes, I simply cut pieces of Double-Sided Tape to fit my patterned paper. I removed the backing and sprinkled each piece of tape with glitter. The Double-Sided Tape made quick work of adhering glitter to my paper. The adhesive on this tape is very strong, so my glitter stays in place!

To create my sentiment base I used the largest Cameo Nesting Die and the two largest Oval Nesting Dies. I cut a piece of green glitter cardstock with the Cameo Nesting Die. I used a gauze cardstock with the largest Oval Nesting Die for a fun layer of texture and a plain piece of white cardstock with the smaller Oval Nesting Die.
I cut four hearts from green foil cardstock using the Berardi Intricutz Die, which I used to form my four-leaf clover.

To create my four-leaf clover I first folded each heart in half. I then added Double-Sided Tape to one side of each heart and secured the hearts to my die-cut base. By alternating which side of each heart is secured to the die-cut base, I created a fun dimensional clover. I tied a double loop bow with green string and attached that to the center of my clover, pulling the ends of the bow down to form the stem of the clover. I topped the bow with a small white rose.

I mounted the clover piece onto the card base with Foam Mounting Tape. To embellish the card I added liquid pearls around the clover, a sentiment sticker and a brown bow.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Couture Creations Supplies:
CO723219 Cameo Nesting Dies
CO732044 Oval Nesting Dies
CO723492 Sophia Collection - Berardi Intricut Die
CO721984 Double-Sided Tape
CO721964 Foam Mounting Tape
CO721955 Non-Stick Craft Scissors
CO721957 Cutting Mat
CO723039 Precision Trimmer
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