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Happy St. Patrick's Everyone!

Everyday we feel so happy, thrilled, content and Lucky
to have our health, necessities we need, our families,
and all the people we do in our lives to keep us happy!
  We hope that with St. Patrick's Day coming up on the 17th
you will take a minute to send a card or create something special 
for those you feel lucky to have in your life too.

And if you get some time you can make some awesome
Traditional Irish foods like Guinness Stew and Brown Bread
to celebrate and maybe even create a fun cookbook and give it as a gift.
Here is a link of some fun recipes I have made that are worth trying.

Lucky Mom by Kim Holmes
supplies: glitter dots 213, die cut 125, GP 517 and 
cut out tags GP 522.  Extras are our foam dots and 
silver chipboard letters.
cards designed by Debbie Sherman
supplies needed: GP 223, 227 and metal tags # MSSO38
page designed by Kim Arledge

page designed by Tina McDonald
supplies needed: card stock GP 520, 518, 519.
and die cut GDC 125 with a chipboard frame border.
St. Patrick's Framed Art by Nancy Burke

supplies needed: to create this you need lots of
little tiny square scraps, ribbon, buttons and stickers.
page designed by Kim Arledge
supplies needed: die cut GDC 125, card stock GP 516, 517
and ribbons, flowers and rhinestone swirls.  Butterfly punch
by Martha Stewart.
Good Luck Card by Tina McDonald
supplies needed: cardstock, GP 515, cutouts from GP 522

card designed by Kim Arledge
card by Tina McDonald
A great idea for the die cuts it to
use the borders to frame things on
your projects. Tina added lots of cute
coordinating flowers, and added rhinestones 
in the centers for added glitz.

Thanks for stopping by today and
Happy St. Patrick's Day to all of you!



  1. How fun all this saint patty days id
    I love all of it
    Today we r having cornbeef potaotes in slow cooker
    And cabbage
    Good luck me lads

  2. These are all fantastic!!
    Happy St. Patrick's Day!!

  3. I feel the luck of the Irish....I am inspired by these lovely projects!


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