Green is the color of this month’s Colorful Options challenge blog and I love it! Our grass is still green-ish thanks to hubby’s paint job, still not covered in snow and as a redhead a favorite color of mine.
For today’s card that will be shared with Colorful Options, I pulled out a piece of Gina K Designs patterned paper from my stash, a stamp and die from the GKD Luck & Love card kit from a year past, dotted swiss embossing folder and Taylored Expressions sentiment from Shake your Shamrock stamp and die set. The leprachauns sprinkled some gold splatter on my card on their way over the rainbow…..I think they may have made a mess though! LOL!
Thanks for stopping in for a peek. I appreciate you and your time. Take care and be safe. 17 days until spring and we are still waiting for the first real snowstorm to hit us in Pennsylvania.
17 thoughts on “LUCKY ME”
Now that should get me in the feel for the luck of the Irish. Terrific creation.
Thanks, Bonnie, getting motivated.
Lovely card! I like the shamrock and the perfect greeting to match.
Thanks, Lisa, I appreciate your kind words and support.
What a great card! Love all your details and the sentiment!
Thanks so much Diana.
Perfect St. Patrick’s Day card. I love it. Don’t be too upset with those mischievous little leprechauns. 😉
LOL….where would we be without a little bit of the naughties.
A great St. Patrick’s Day card here. The leprechauns didn’t cause any damage lol. The sentiment is lovely and I like the Shamrocks. This might work for the sketch challenge at Just Add Ink, by the way.
LOL..I should remember to do splatter before assembly though.
Pretty St. Patrick’s Day card. Those shamrocks are lovely. I think the leprechauns did a great job sprinkling gold across them. Great sentiment. Thanks for sharing at Colorful Options March Challenge.
Thanks so much and it was a fun challenge.
Great card. I love all the detail and dimension. The gingham pp makes a great background.
Great green creation! Love your shamrocks on the embossed white panel.
Thanks, Lisa, I little more subdued for St. Patrick’s Day but I liked the finished card project.
What a great card! Glad the green of your grass has lasted. Hopefully you got the hoped for snowstorm, too.