Today's projects use the Teeny Tiny Wishes and Gorgeous Grunge Stamp Sets to make a St. Paddy's Day greeting card and wearable pin. I used the Hearts Decorative Mask, a Sponge Dauber and the Old Olive Ink Pad to add a focal point to these projects. Lucky for me, and you, that I found the Decorative Masks when I was organizing my craft closet the other night.
The hearts are from the Sweet & Sassy Framelits. They are all attached to the two projects with Dimensionals. It was a happy moment when I found an Old Olive sheet in the Succulent Garden Designer Series Paper package to add to the front of this card.
Cutting apart the sentiment is obviously this week's papercrafting obsession. Two strands of the Old Olive Baker's Twine were tied into a bow and attached with a Glue Dot.
The Duet Banner Punch fit the sentiment from the Teeny Tiny Wishes Stamp Set. I tucked the sentiment under the tip of the heart. A self-adhesive pin back was attached to the back of the scalloped Old Olive circle.
If you live in the United States, I would love to be your Stampin' Up! demonstrator. You can order your papercrafting supplies in my online store here. From now until March 31, 2017, for each $50 you spend (before s/h & tax), you can select one free item from the Sale-A-Bration Catalog.
Here is yesterday's St. Paddy's Day lunch for our three grandgirls. Through the years, I've learned what green foods they will eat and which ones are a waste of money to even bother purchasing. They love Annie's Mac & Cheese (served in green bowls), ham and cheese sandwiches (with shamrock skewers), strawberry yogurt (in green bowls), Irish soda bread, green grapes, kiwi, cucumbers, broccoli, green Rice Krispie bars, green apples with caramel (in shamrock tins), Andes Mint cookies and green milk. Way more sweets than they normally get at our house, but it was a special day.
I hope you are having a fun St. Patrick's Day celebration today whether you are Irish or not! I appreciate you stopping by!!!