Hey there my wonderful followers!!!! Yes, it's March... and with that comes St Patty's day... which YOU know I will be scrapping being that I'm and Irish lady myself :-)
We are currently hosting the Pot Of Gold Crop over at Colorful Creations with NUMEROUS challenges and chances to win some fabulous goodies!!!! My challenge is to create a project using an "Irish themed" stamp. Now, no need to run out and purchase a Leprachaun leaping over a pot of gold... this can be as simple as making a "Good Luck" card, or Best of Luck", even a beer stamp or Shamrocks!!!
I decided to make a very simple "Happy St Patty's Day" card using a little bit of green cardstock and Kraft. Here it is:
I had an old Irish Blessing stamp that I received in a scrapbook haul about a year ago. I also stamped some clovers on white paper, then embossed it.
Here is another I made for Anne's Say it With Words Crop challenge where you must use the word Lucky on your project.
I stamped the word "Lucky" on some vellum then adhered it to coordinating paper. Then I added atop of corrugated board that I dyed using various distress stains and glimmer mist. Isn't it cute?!?!?
I'd also like to share a card I made for Paula's Anything Goes Challenge! Her challenge this month is to create a project using black, white and a touch of emerald green. I again decided to make a card using scraps of DCWV Bella Armoire paper stack I had lying around! The sketch is the Deconstructed Sketch #91.
Here is the original sketch...
And my card...
Isn't it lovely?!?
Well gang, thanks again for stopping in and have a LUCKY day :-)