Lucky Me Framed Print

Hi, friends!  Mynn here with my first post for CutCardStock and I am SUPER excited!  Since it’s Friday the 13th (EEK!), I thought I’d bring us all some luck with a fun and easy St. Patrick’s Day framed print!  Take a peek at the paper you’ll need for this project…

This print is very quick and easy to make, and with the left over paper, you can make a matching card!  BONUS!  The first think you’ll do is use either a digital cutting machine or die cuts to cut your sentiment and image out of the Emerald Royal Sundance Linen Cardstock.  I used my Silhouette machine and got this file from the store, so SUPER easy!

Gently take the paper off of the cutting mat.  The letters and image should stay on the mat if you’re careful enough.  In order to save yourself some of the Cricket Green Glitter paper, either punch out a piece large enough to cover the shamrock or cut a small section.  You will add this to the back of the print.  Cut your sheet of Lime Curious Metallics in half at 8.5″ and 5.5″.  Adhere this to the back of the Emerald Royal Sundance Linen Cardstock with strong adhesive.

When you turn the print over, you’ll notice that there are spaces where pieces of the letters are missing.  I chose to add mine to the print.  You don’t have to if you like the look, but I don’t like to waste paper! 😉

The last step is to frame your print!  You can use the left over letters, other half sheet of Lime Curious Metallics paper, and Cricket Green Glitter paper to create a quick and easy matching card, too!  The rest of the sentiment is on the inside of the card. 🙂

That’s all for me today!  I hope you like my project and that you take some time to recreate it!  I’ll be back soon with another creation using more amazing products from the CutCardStock store soon!  HUGS and happy paper crafting, friends! 🙂

CutCardStock products used:

Green Glitter Paper
Cricket Green Glitter Paper
Curious Metallic Lime
Curious Metallics Cardstock in Lime
Royal Sundance Linen Card in Emerald

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