Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

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Hi everyone! Today sharing a fun and easy embossed “Lucky” St. Patrick’s Day Frame. The “Lucky” St. Patrick’s Day Frame is created using two ColorBox Blends Inks, two of ColorBox Embossing Powders and ColorBox Cookies Clear Stamp Set! 

Ink frame with ColorBox Blends Frog Ink. 
Apply ColorBox Watermark Ink to top of prepared frame. Add ColorBox Opalescent Embossing Powder; heat with gun. 
Apply ColorBox Blends Leaf Ink to top of watercolor paper. Lay ColorBox Lattice Art Screen on top of prepared watercolor paper; apply ColorBox Blends Frog ink to top. Adhere prepared watercolor paper behind embossed frame. 

Mask water color paper off with paper. Apply ColorBox Watermark Ink to top of embossed frame. Add ColorBox White Embossing Powder; whip light with paper towel. Heat set with embossing gun. 

Apply ColorBox Blends Frog Ink to chipboard.

Apply ColorBox Opalescent Embossing Powder to top of prepared letters; heat set.

Remove mask off watercolor paper; adhere to prepared letters to frame.

Stamp hearts from ColorBox Cookies Clear Stamp Set to white card stock using ColorBox Blends Frog ink.

Fussy cut prepared hearts; layer on spool to create three-leaf clover.

Adhere prepared clovers to prepared embossed frame.

Tie twine bows to prepared clovers and attach twine to the letter “K”.

Finish with small green flower, green berries and twine bow.

ColorBox Blends Ink: Leaf and Frog
ColorBox Watermark Ink
ColorBox Opalescent Embossing Powder
ColorBox White Embossing Powder
ColorBox Lattice Art Screen
ColorBox Cookies Clear Stamp Set

Other Supplies:
Art Minds 5″ x 5 1/2″ Frame
Watercolor Paper
Embossing Gun
Chipboard Letters
White Card Stock
Pop Dots
Green Enamel Dots
Tan Twine
Small Green Flower and Green Berries

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