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Lucky Me with SVG Attic




Welcome, come on In the Cave! Today I'm sharing four quick 
St. Patrick's Day Cards. I created all four cards using the SDS Lucky Me Kit.
There's a lot of great elements in this kit. 


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This kit makes it super easy to create shaker cards.  For the two shaker cards I used 
Doodlebug Pot O' Gold 6 x 6 Paper Pad, green and white sequins, gold flecks in the shaker, stamped and embossed sentiment on the top card. 
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 This is one of my favorites. Stamping acetate and using it for the card base gives that 
WOW factor, for sure!  Using StazOn Opaque Ink, I stamped the acetate randomly with
a shamrock stamp and sentiment, then layered the white and patterned paper. You can
add a white panel on the inside for note or cut out two of the white stamp/shamrock shapes adhere the second to the inside of the card and write a message on it. Adds a unique element to your card. 

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 And as always, a CAS card. Kraft cardstock for the base layered with white and patterned papers finished off with white enamel dots. 
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As always, thanks for stopping by.
Have an amazing crafty weekend!

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