Monday, March 7, 2016

Crafty Cardmaker's "Go Green" Challenge for St. Patrick's Day

Hello all!  The challenge at Crafty Cardmakers this time is to create something green in honor of St. Patrick's Day.  I chose this cute little Pure Innocence image from Heather Ellis.
 I have fond memories of St. Patrick's Day.  My mom made fantastic corned beef and cabbage and I love Irish music.  My great great grandfather was born in Ireland in 1846 and came to the USA in 1860.  I haven't had any luck tracing the family history in Ireland in this line as yet.  

It's funny, we thought our little bit of Irish Heritage came from my dad's side, but all the history on my dad's side is in the USA back to the 1600's.  Anyway, we enjoy the little bit we do have and I always buy something Irish for my 3 sisters, my niece and my daughter each Christmas.

Enough of family history!  On to the challenge - I hope you will join us this time.  Our design team has created some lovely "green" cards.  It will be fun.  Come on over.  

I am entering this card in the following challenges:
Double D Challenges - Feeling Green

May God keep you
in the
hollow of His hand
 Happy St. Patrick’s Day

 :) Pam


  1. Gorgeous card Pam. Have a good week, Angela x

  2. Simply adorable Pam. So very Irish. That i age is sooo cute.

  3. Fabulous St. Patty's creation Pam! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Double D ‘Feeling GREEN’ Challenge! We hope you’ll come back often.


  4. She is totally sweet! Thanks for joining in at DD's.

  5. A beautiful card Pam. Your little girl image is lovely, really pretty papers and your little Shamrocks are perfect embellishments. Sally.x.

  6. How cute! To me green cards are the hardest ones to make, but this is very sweet and beautiful.


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