Oh Happy Day

The Starburst Sayings* stamp set and matching Starburst Framelits* are a fun bundle to play with.  I was working on ideas for something else when I created this card.  My KSU girls requested a St. Patty’s day card for our February card class.  Yes they are ahead of the game!   And while working with this set I thought the Oh Happy Day sounded like something you would say on St. Patrick’s Day – right?  So I decided to use that to create the card for the KSU class.

oh-happy-day-2I wanted to add what looked like a 4 leaf clover so I tried the new Petite Petals punch*. You might be thinking that doesn’t have 4 petals it has 5.  Yes it does but if you cut a slit between two of the petals and then overlap them – you get a little 4 leaf clover – just glue the overlapped petals together and it gives it added dimension too!


For those that wanted a St. Patrick’s Day card they stamped the inside with Teeny Tiny Wishes.  And otherwise this could be a birthday or every day kind of card.oh-happy-day-inside

Here are some more details on this card –

  • Card base is Old Olive
  • Whisper White layer embossed with Arrows Textured Embossing Folder*
  • Old Olive card stock cut with the Starburst Framelit*
  • Stamp the Oh Happy Day* in Smoky Slate on Whisper White card stock and cut with the Starburst Framelit.
  • Cut a Tangerine Tango with the same size Starburst Framelit – off set it behind the white stamped one.
  • Attach that to the large Old Olive starburst and add to the card front.
  • Stamp Oh Happy Day in Tangerine Tango on Whisper White card stock and cut out the HAPPY – straight cuts into a rectangle.  Add it over the top of the Smoky Slate one.
  • Create the little clover from Old Olive card stock as mentioned above.  Attach with a mini glue dot.  Add a pearl to the center.
  • Stamp inside Whisper White layer as desired.

Here is one more look –


* products from the Stampin’ Up! 2014 Occasions Catalog.  Visit my Online store to order any of our products including what I used for this card. – SHOP HERE.

Do you think it works for a St. Patrick’s Day card?

Have a HAPPY Day!