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Monday, February 13, 2012

February Blog Hop for Eureka! Stamps

Hello and welcome to my post for the Eureka! Stamps Blog Hop! 
This month we are celebrating
"Clovers, Leprechauns and all things Lucky!"
So the luck 'o the Irish to y'all!
If you have just happened upon the hop, you'll probably want to start at the beginning, as you won't want to miss a thing!
If you get lost along the way or there is a link that doesn't work, hop on back to the Eureka! Blog where you will find the line up with links to all the participating blogs.
If you have come here from Roxie's Blog, you are on the right track.
Now on to my card.
 I used the "Celtic Background" (#31601) as well as
"May Your Luck" (#13504) from Eureka! Stamps.
I masked the area where I wanted to stamp the sentiment and stamped the "Celtic Background" with Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  I then removed the mask and stamped the "May Your Luck" greeting with Moss Green VersaFine Ink.
I then layered it onto green paper and then onto gold card stock.
This was then adhered to a white card stock base.

There are so many wonderful images at Eureka! Stamps, I hope you will stop in and see the fabulous variety. 

Thanks for stopping by, now you need to head to
Ceal's Blog
and see what wonderful creation she has to show you.

Until next time, Happy Crafting!


Kristine Reynolds said...

Love that celtic background! TFS!

Anonymous said...

Oh I LOVE this card!!!! So very very pretty!!!! I wanted to THANK YOU so much for your sweet comment on my blog and tell you your PJ party sounded like SO MUCH FUN!!! Praise the Lord about your niece....That is wonderful and we gain another sister in Christ!!! Have a blessed day!!

Roxie said...

Nice Celtic background image and I like the gold base for it. It's also a great way to show the sentiment image.

Larelyn said...

oooooh, great card. I love the background. I'm not so good with stamping full backgrounds, but you did a great job.
Take care, my bloggy friend.