Saturday, 10 March 2012

St. Patrick's Day Card

Last week, I sent my friend a St. David’s Day card. She was delighted and said she’d never had one before. She asked me if I was making St. Patrick’s Day cards ...well I wasn’t going to......

These girls are an A Day for Daisies digi stamp. I used promarkers and lots of paper scraps, a clip art shamrock and made my own sentiment.

This will be going to the same friend – her dad’s Welsh but her mum is Irish, so she can celebrate both national days.

I'd like to enter these challenges:
Do You Stack Up  Go Green
Corrosive Challenges Give Piece a Chance
Sugar Creek Hollow Monochromatic Green
Simply Create I'm sooo lucky


  1. Adorable St Paddy's Day Card, thanks so much for playing with us at Simply Create Too.

    I have some yummy blog candy here‘s the link if you are interested

    Xoxo Marjo

  2. This is a really cute image, I love what you've done with it. Thanks for visiting mt blog and leaving such a nice comment!

  3. Wow, what beautiful ladies for your card and your paper piecing is so lovely. I am sure she will love this card just as much.
    So glad you could share with us at Sugar Creek Hollow this week.

    Patti SCH/DT

  4. Cute card. Thanks for joining us at the Corrosive Challenge. Please join us again soon!


  5. DARLING card! I love that image!

    thanks for sharing with us at Sugar Creek Hollow this week!

    Holly SCH DT

  6. Gorgeous card - love that adorable image.
    Thanks for joining us at DYSU this week xx

  7. Adorable image Marina and you have made such a good job of colouring it with the paper pieces. Really lovely card! Michelle x

  8. Marina: Your card is so wonderful--I love EVERYTHING about it. Thank You for visiting us and entering our new challenge, Challenge #8 "I'm SssOooo Lucky!" Come back tomorrow to see our new challenge--I think you'll like it!

    Simply Create Too Design Team Member

  9. What a great simple card, which showcases that lovely image and your paper piecing just beautifully. Thanks for joining us at Sugar Creek Hollow.