good morning all!
i am happy to report that we are currently getitng RAIN and not snow here in northern VA!!!

Suzanne issued us a topsy turvy challenge this week – take a stamp and use it for a holiday OTHER than what it is intended. FUN! it is ALWAYS good to look for additional uses for all your stamps.


Susana has all of the new spellbinders IN STOCK NOW – YAY!!!  Be sure to check them out!


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i decided i really love Irish Eyes even though i would not normally send out st patty’s day cards. Then i realized there are LOTS of times when i WOULD want to wish someone luck! and a person’s first home is one of them:

 i went with a green and brown theme and instead of the usual type of sentiment i printed off my favorite Irish blessing. the clover is cut with my cricut and run through my cuttlebug swiss dots embossing folder. i added one of the super cute glittered buttons (found HERE) tied with scrappers floss to the clover and then a scrap of ribbon tied with floss to balance it out along with a few chocolate glittered skittles.

i colored my image with copics and used a green spica glitter pen on her clovers.
i think she is just darling!!
i hope you run over to the store blog and check out what the rest of the girls caame up with!
have a fantastic day!!!
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3 Responses

  1. We have snow!!! Very rare for us to get any and I’m not expecting enough to even stick to the ground… besides Ireland grounds to a halt with 1″ of snow, haha!!

    Love the card, and that super sweet image. Gorgeous colouring and details.

  2. a great card!

  3. This card is adorable! I am glad you chose these colors they just seem to flow nicely with the stamped image. Great Job!

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