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Time to Celebrate card

LeNae Gerig

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Time to Celebrate card
By LeNae Gerig

card making, Card ideas, stamping, time
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Tip: This card theme could be easily changed to a birthday, anniversary or retirement card.



  1. Place the card fold on the left. Cover the card with green clock paper, placing gears at the lower right corner.
  2. Cut a 2 ¼”x4 1/8” rectangle of burgundy diamonds paper and mat with black cardstock, leaving a 1/8” border. Glue the rectangle to the left side of the card.
  3. Stamp the large clock onto ivory cardstock and cut out. Stamp clock hands and secure the brad at the center. Glue the clock to the center of a 3 ¼” matted square of golden dots paper. Glue overlapping the diamond strip.
  4. Stamp “Time to Celebrate!” on ivory, cut into a thin strip and mat with black cardstock. Glue to the upper right corner. Computer journal “Happy St. Patrick’s Day!” and print onto ivory paper. Cut into a strip, mat and glue to the bottom left corner.
  5. Inside the card: Stamp the large clock 1 ¼” from the top and extending off the right edge of the card inside back. Stamp a 5”x1 ¼” strip of golden dots paper with the clock border stamp. Glue across the card 1 1/2” from the top.
  6. Computer journal “We’re all Irish on St. Patrick’s Day!” and print on ivory. Cut into rectangle and mat with black, leaving a border. Glue to the left top edge of the border.

Project comments

Written by Leann S
 3 years 10 months ago:
Thanks for making a great card that can be changed so easily with a different sentiment. I used this to make a father's day card and it turned out pretty special.


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