Celebrating St Paddy's Day Birthday
I thought I would make a quick birthday card for my brother-in-law whose birthday is on St. Paddy's Day. His wife is on vacation in Peru, so I thought I'd give him a little extra attention this year. Keeping it simple.
I did not have a shamrock, and didn't want to play around with hearts, so I came up with an idea to use a flower from Flower Shop and mask the stem to make the flower look like a shamrock. Did it work? I think so.
I added a gold salutation from Love Sparkles, and then decided to add a little shamrock made out of enamel hearts, just because.
I love playing along with a challenge, so I chose the layout from As You See It Challenge #145, and since the colors are perfectly appropriate, I will share this card on Color Throwdown #434.
I hope Tim likes my card, and hope you did too. I have some other fun projects to share with you tomorrow. So, come back again, and just imagine the marvelous possibilities.
Love your creativity with making a shamrock from the floral image! Great card for your brother-in-law! Thanks so much for joining us at Color Throwdown!ReplyDelete
An Irish girl will find a shamrock where she can.Delete
lovely card. I have also entered the challenge pls do check.ReplyDelete
I love the flowers you've used here for the circle elements of the sketch. There's such a sense of movement and vitality in them. The celebrate stamp with its little starbursts is so lovely! Thanks for joining us at As You See It for this challenge.ReplyDelete
I loved the sketch this week. I had so many different ideas for it, but limited time to play with it this week.Delete
Fun use of the flower for a clover! So glad you joined us at CTD!ReplyDelete
All the different stamps you used work together so well to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. I'm sure your brother-in-law will love it! I love the overall fluid feel of this design, Mary Alice! Thanks for being part of As You See It Challenge #145!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing with us at the As You See It Challenge blog! The conversion of flower to shamrock is very clever! The gold and green colour combo is hapoy and cheerful, too!ReplyDelete
Love this clever and fun Saint Patrick's Day card! I love how you used the flowers to create your pattern and that cute clover next to the sentiment! Thanks for joining us at As You See It!ReplyDelete
Such a fun design! Thank you for playing along with us at CTD!ReplyDelete