Hello there, Stampin Friends!

As you've probably guessed by the title, I have a St. Patrick's Day card to share with you today! 

St. Patrick's Day seems to be one of those national 'holidays' that sometimes gets celebrated, sometimes not – depending on whether you're Irish, or want to be Irish!  I happen to be part Irish – my Great-great-great grandparents left Ireland and went to Scotland, which is where both my parents were born.  I'm first-generation Canadian!  So, I'm probably a little closer to Irish that most of the people who drink green beer every March 17th!

Before I move on to the card, I just want to remind you to join the Late Night Stampers Treasure Hunt – and if you already have, make sure to check on the new blogs that have joined!  If you haven't joined yet, you can read all about it HERE – and you'll want to join, because the GRAND PRIZE is $150 in STAMPIN' UP! PRODUCT!  PLUS, I also have a PRIZE that everyone who emails their entries to me will be entered to win 🙂

Okay – so here is today's card – the quintessential Irish card – a shamrock! Okay – it's actually just a clover, because an actual 'shamrock' would have 4 leaves, not 3.


For this card, I used a Whisper White card base, with an panel of Old Olive card stock. 

I lightly sponged Old Olive ink on one of the new Paper Doilies (item #129399 $3.95 Spring Catalogue).  Then I punched 6 hearts from the Designer Series Paper Stacks (brights collection, item #117155 $26.95) in Old Olive, using the Full Heart Punch (item #119883 $22.95).  I folded each one in the centre, and glued just one side down onto the doily, so that you can see the patterns on the DSP.  I cut a stem from Old Olive card stock, and stamped the 'Miracles Happen' sentiment from the 'Bloomin' Marvelous' stamp set (SAB item#129651 or #129654 FREE) in Old Olive ink.

Isn't it amazing how with just a few pieces of card stock and designer series paper, you have a wonderful card, full of dimension?!  And don't worry – the hearts (clover leaves) will lie down flat so  you can slip the card into an envelope, and the recipient just has to 'stand' them back up again!

Now before it's too late – and I'd hate for you to miss out on FREE GOODIES – there's ONLY 15 DAYS LEFT of SALE-A-BRATION!  With just a $60 order, you can choose 1 FREE selection from the Sale-a-bration catalogue – anything from a stamp set, ribbon & button pack, designer series paper, embossing folder – there's TONS to choose from!!  Let your friends in on the fun, too – hold a Stampin' Up! party!  Just invite some friends over, and I'll bring a card or two everyone can make, lots of fun products to see and try out, and you can earn FREE hostess dollars, too! 

Just give me a call or send me an email, and we'll set up a time that's convenient for YOU!  604.298.0472 or debsmart@shaw.ca  It's as easy as that!

I hope to talk to you soon.  In the meantime, make your wishlist, get ready to shop, and have fun stamping!

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I've always liked to create things, but I'm not a great artist, or sculptor, or any type of 'traditional' artist - but I love to create! I love the satisfaction of a completed project. Whether a card, painting or other project - as long as it can create a smile, evoke a feeling, or some type of reaction in the recipient. I hope you will enjoy sharing my creations, and occasional ramblings; I'd enjoy having you create with me! :)

4 thoughts on “A Little Luck o’ the Irish

  1. Ooohhh!! So pretty, Deb! I love how you sponged the lace, very nice!
    I hope you have a great weekend!
    ~ Megin of VMg206

    1. I’m glad you liked this card, Megin! I just love these new doilies; they’re quite a bit thicker than some that get elsewhere, so easier to work with.
      Thanks for stopping by for a look, and taking the time to leave a comment – I appreciate it!
      Have a great weekend 🙂

    1. Thanks, Jayne! Have you tried out the new doilies yet? They’re great.
      Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment – I love hearing from everyone! 🙂

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