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With the Daisy, Daisy promotion being so popular, let’s take a look at what you can do with just the papers and C1967 Lucky to Know You stamp set. Here’s a card I made from a design I saw from C. Arbo .. and I added a few shamrocks with bitty bling, and shimmer brushes in mint, clover and ballerina. A little ballerina ink for sponging under the sentiment softens the look. I can definitely see this saying on a scrapbook page with shamrocks.
Here’s the Daisy, Daisy papers (with or CC2232 without stickers) which are awesome for their bright springtime color palette in green. I would have this in my stash to use on a variety of scrapbook pages for Spring, Summer and Vacation. Who doesn’t love a good gingham and stripe? ME .. ME!!
We do have another set of D2095 IRISH BLESSINGS for those would like more variety for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, an Irish Welcome to a new family or home, or Irish birthday wish:
For more card ideas for St. Patrick’s Day or Irish celebrations, I used the Z4617 Stitched Heart to make my shamrocks in both clover and evergreen cardstock. The white daisy thin cut as the backdrop is Z4652 Stitched Card Front & Background thin cuts . I die cut one and cut in 1/2 for two cards. The papers are from Daisy, Daisy. The inside is stamped with so lucky to know you, part of C1967 Lucky to Know You stamp set.
And just for fun, I created this slimline card idea and added a ‘pot of gold’ at the end of the rainbow. I used Z4235 gold sequins (low quantity), and both the Z4620 Small Circle Shaker thin cuts and the Z4579 Small circle window acetate and foam tape to create this look:
Time to get your ST. PATRICK’S DAY crafting on!