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Memory Box Pot of Gold, Best of Luck…

The cards I’m going to be showing you the next couple weeks, I made two and three weeks ago…I’m not sure I’m going to be able to remember all the details. Warning… hehe

I’m sure this is a Distress Ink watercolor background.  I was stuck on Twisted Citron and Cracked Pistachio for awhile so I hope this is right.  I used a Memory Box stencil for the little dots coming out of the Pot of Gold.

To get the perfect A-2 size rectangle panel, I used the new Memory Box Rectangle Basics die set.  I LOVE this set…so many rectangles.  I use it on almost every card! Love it!  Die cut and adhere it to the card-base.

I simply die cut the pot in silver metallic card-stock and the coins in gold metallic card-stock.  Watercolor paper for the background.  The die cut sentiment is from Memory Box and glued to a strip of black card-stock.

I hope I can make some more backgrounds like this!  Now that I’m seeing it again, I like it!

I’ll link to the products I used below. Just thought of something…wouldn’t it be fun to add a ‘c’ to the luck and have “best of cluck” with some hens! YES it would! haha

Linking to some challenges…

Color Throwdown – color challenge

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge – Bit o’ Green

CAS-ual Fridays Challenge – off the edge

Happy Little Stampers March Anything Goes with Dies

Happy Little Stampers March Watercolor Challenge

Inspirational Challenges – Watercolor  Thank you ladies for the top pick!

Scrapyland Challenge – Favorite Holiday

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Products I used for this card…

20 thoughts on “Memory Box Pot of Gold, Best of Luck…

  1. I’m looking for that pot of gold too – (especially after getting my car insurance renewal). UGH!! I love your watercolor bg – I need to play with that more. Great card.

  2. Amazing card Pam – this would be an excellent graduation card; love the gold coins…I thought they were beads at first! Your background is so beautiful and so inspiring!! Thank you Pam!!

  3. Met with our accountants this week – tax prep – we really NEED that pot of gold!!! What an adorable card, dear friend! You always make me want to get off the computer and get busy 🙂 Hugs!

  4. Best of cluck! Ha! Ha!! Ha! Now you have my mind working overtime. I’m going to have to make one of those for sure! 😉 Love the background! Absolutely beautiful!!!

  5. Love your Saint Patrick’s Day card! The background you created goes perfectly with the pot of gold! Thanks for playing along with us at Scrapy Land Challenges!

  6. Really love playing with distress inks, you can never achieve the same look twice, but it doesn’t matter as each new design that appears is better than the last! Those cards a gorgeous! 🙂

  7. Oh another beautiful background! You are really on a roll with the watercoloring lately! This is such a fun card with that shiny pot of gold! Happy St. Paddy’s day to you! 🙂

  8. What a fantastic card! Your smooshing looks fantastic and the pot of gold is so fun! Great sentiment die and I like how you paired it with the black. Thanks for sharing with us at Inkspirational!
    – Shauna

  9. Stunning, Pam! I LOVE your watercolour background – awesome colours. Your little pot of gold is genius! Thanks so much for playing along at Happy Little Stampers xx

  10. Pam, this is absolutely stunning. Love that pot of gold and gorgeous background. So happy you joined us at the CTD challenge this week.

  11. Your backgrounds are absolutely stunning and love the colours you mixed together. They are brilliant CAS designs too and that pot of gold is fantastic. So very glad you joined us at Happy Little Stampers!

  12. Pam, this is amazing! LOVE your background and that pot of gold for sure. Great CAS! Thank you for playing along with HLS Anything Goes With Dies March Challenge. Hope to see you again in April!

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