World Of Dreams for a Good Luck Card

My co-worker asked me to make three Good Luck cards for members of her staff.  They were all leaving her department for other positions.  No problem I said.  Do you know that in my vast supply of stamps from Stampin Up, there is not a single stamp sentiment that says Good Luck!  I looked and looked and looked.  I eventually realized I was going to have to improvise, something that we stampers and crafters are known to do on occasion.  Here are the cards I created and my tips for how below. Stampin Up World of Dreams

I pulled out World of Dreams stamp set and various  Stacked with Love washi tape to create the background, along with a bit of Gorgeous Grunge.  I stamped these on Natural White Card stock.  You might have overlooked this card stock yourself.  It is not white really, but nearly, and has fibres showing throughout.  It is also thick like regular card stock, not like our Very Vanilla or Whisper White so it can hold up to the task of being a card base.

Stampin Up World of Dreams AverysOwlery.comNow for the sentiment – The World of Dreams stamp set has a 4 line sentiment of ‘Wishing you a wonderful journey through a world of dreams come true”  I masked of the bottom two lines with tape, inked my stamp, removed the tape and stamped on paper. It fit nicely inside either the Extra-Large Oval punch or the Large Oval punch, I’ve used both in my cards.  For the matting, I punched the oval again out of Stacked with Love Designer Series Paper.  I felt this sentiment worked well for a ‘good luck’ card.  What do you think?  I think this might make for a great graduation card too.

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About Lynn

Thanks for visiting my Site. My name is Lynn Kolcun and I'm a Stampin Up Demonstrator. I love being creative with paper and ink, learning new techniques and sharing my craft with you.


  1. Pinning and casing Lynn! Love these.

  2. Wow, Lynn! This is GORGEOUS! Love it!

  3. Great card!! I love the saying for a Good luck or graduation card.

  4. Christine Oehlman

    These are lovely, Lynn.

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