Lucky Rainbows Card for St Patricks Day
I created a Lucky Rainbows Card for St. Patricks Day this year. Rainbows are for any day, and this Z-fold fun fold shows it!
Move over chocolates, once Valentine’s Day is over, I start counting down the days until I can get a Shamrock Shake! ::Maybe:: crème de menthe gets added, wink! Celebrating every day is a great way to pave a happy path, so why not celebrate with a fun card!
With just a single 6” x 6”sheet of these green rainbows (and the coordinating reverse side), I made this fun fold card and a matching envelope. I can’t wait to send this!
This designer series paper, Sunshine and Rainbows, keeps catching my eye for lots of cute projects!
It’s sadly only available for free until the end of the month! Don’t miss out.
See below for how to create a Lucky Rainbows Card for Saint Patrick’s Day:
How to make a Lucky Rainbows Card:
Cut your cardstock:
- Garden Green: 5 1/2” x 8 1/2”, scored at 2 1/8” and at 4 1/4”.
- Basic White: 4” x 5 1/4”
- DSP: 2 strips of 2” x 5 1/4” , save the 3/4” strip from the bottom
TIP: use the leftover 2”x 6” strip of DSP for a matching envelope flap!
Designer Series Paper layers:
- Adhere the green rainbows DSP flush to the right side of the white piece. Then adhere it to the inside of your card.
- Next, adhere the green stripe DSP (other side of the rainbows) to the left flap, so it shows when the card is folded.
- Then die-cut the letters LUCKY out from the 3/4” strip.
- Lastly, glue to the letters to a die-cut heart (this one is a leftover from the January 2022 Paper Pumpkin kit), and adhere the left side of the heart to your card flap.
Supplies for a St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Card:
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How about making a few similar rainbow-inspired projects? Click on the images below to find the tutorials!