Finding Balance with Lucky clover

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Happy Wednesday Darlings,

It’s Jo here from @havefaithincards back with another card to hopefully WOW! you all. For today’s card I used both a stencil and powder from WOW! This ‘Falling Leaves’ stencil is actually one of my favourites and I love using it on cards for a variety of different occasions and seasons. This card was super duper easy to make, so to find out how, please read on.

  1. 1. Background: Taking a square piece of white cardstock, and Distress Oxides in ‘Crushed Olive’, ‘Rustic Wilderness’, and ‘Brushed Corduroy’, I ink blended the three colours onto the card in no particular order. Once dry, I placed WOW!’s ‘Falling Leaves’ stencil on top and inked the pattern with WOW!’s ‘Ultra Slow Drying Embossing Ink’. After removing the stencil, I sprinkled ‘Lucky Clover’ embossing powder on top and set into place with the ‘Dual Speed Heat Tool’.

2. Images: The Images were taken from Tracey Hey’s super adorable ‘Paddle Pals’ stamp set. I stamped a variety of images in white cardstock, cut them, and then coloured them in with alcohol markers in colours to match the background.

3. Sentiment: Taking a piece of Green cardstock and a sentiment from the ‘Paddle Pals’ stamp set, I heat embossed the wording with WOW!’s ‘Opaque Bright White’ embossing powder.

4. Final Step: To pull the card together, I adhered the images and the sentiment to the background layer using a mixture of glue and foam tape to help add some dimension to the card.

And that’s it! I hope you enjoy this card. I really love all the golden elements to the ‘Lucky Clover’ embossing powder. It really adds an effortless additional detail to the card without the extra step. Don’t forget to tag WOW! in all you creations using their products so that we can show them some love.

Crafty Hugs, Jo x

Jo Laverty

Hi Darlings 🙂 My name is Jo, I live in London with my Hubby and fur baby Walter, and I am half Thai half Irish. I have been making cards for many years now but truly found my passion in 2019 and since then have enjoyed being part of the wonderful crafty community.

I also love working out, travelling the world with my hubby, listening to K-pop and everything Japanese (I can speak it a little too!)

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