Another fun card for St. Patrick's Day!

This card was inspired by this card I saw just after Valentine's Day done by Kate over at minieco.  She is also on Instructables.  I love the paper she used on her card.  I thought I would take a stab at using her method for a clover card for St. Patrick's Day!

Step 1: What You Need

Time to get everything together!

  • Green Paper
  • White Paper
  • White Greeting Card
  • Sticky Squares and/or Double Sided Tape*
  • Silhouette Cameo
  • File**

*I used the sticky squares to stick down the green strips and then used the double sided tape for sticking the woven card to the greeting card.

**The Silhouette File is provided.  Also, if you don't have a Silhouette Cameo, I've provided the files in PDF so you can print it off on the green and white paper and then cut it out.  I would suggest an exacto knife and ruler if you do that method.
This looks like a fun St. Patrick's Day project for kids to do in art class. Very nice!
Thanks, I agree! And you could do it on a bigger scale like for a placemat :)
Neat! I really like the design.
Thank you :)
8 Bit Awesomeness! Love the paper sliced clovers too.
Thank you :)
Really cool!
This project looks so nice and will be fun to make! Thanks for the inspiration and have a splendid day! <br>sunshiine
Thanks sunshiine!

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