Tuesday, 18 March 2014

How Lucky Is That??

Hello.  Welcome.  Still on the theme of luck.  Checked out lucky symbols.  Rabbit foot!  Never understand that one.  I mean how lucky is it for the rabbit??  And rabbit tails!  Please see previous sentence.  Why does chopping a bit off a rabbit make it lucky??  We got some funny ideas....... 

I coloured my ATC base with distress inks.  Then I stamped Cornish Heritage Farms Little People Collage using Memento London Fog.  I added some lucky 7's, a black cat cut using Sizzix Movers and Shapers die, a PaperArtsy LPC003 hat which I added three horseshoes cut using the smallest Go Create die, a 4 leaf clover and a lucky penny.   I went around the edge with VersaMagic Hint of Pesto.  

Joining the fun at
Wicked Wednesday ATC Challenge 127 - Leprechauns and Luck
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Lucky
Stampotique Designers Challenge 138 - Green 
StampARTic February Challenge - A Pop of Colour

Thanks for your visit.  Thank you for your lovely comments.  Hugs


  1. Oh what a clever idea! Thanks so much for joining us at Wicked Wednesday. :)

  2. You have certainly rocked the "green" challenge, Gail. Lots of luck in this tiny ATC. Thanks so much for participating in the Stampotique Designers' Challenge this week!!

  3. Lovely ATC! Thanks for joining us again at Stampotique.

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  5. Stunning ATC! Love all the lucky charms, and the black cat and all! Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Hugs, Sandra

  6. Lovely lucky ATC, great stamp and lucky embellishments.

    Sylv xx

  7. Beautiful ♥

    Thank you for joining Stampotique Designer's Challenge, Gez

  8. Awesome :)
    Thanks for joining us at Stampotique DC :)

    xx Arwen


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