At Simon Says Challenge we are celebrating St. Patrick's Day so we would like to see your St. Patrick's Day creations or failing that anything with green in it or even on it !!
SHOW US YA GREENS !!!
The DT are showcasing Basic Grey products this week. Simon Says Stamp has a huge range of Basic Grey products and has the new lines of Kioshi and Green at Heart in store together with all the embellies you could possibly think of to co-ordinate with these gorgeous lines. I have just put in my order and had terrible difficulty deciding which to have. I think I chose one of everything in the end !!!
We have a Designer in the Spotlight this week. Please welcome Gunn !
The prize is a $25 shopping spree in the Simon Says Stamp store so you too can get your hands on all those Basic Grey goodies or even all the other scrummy new items which have just landed at the warehouse !
Here's my card.....
The DP's are Basic Grey "Boxer".
The image is Charlie the Chimney Sweep by Whiff of Joy and you can find him HERE in the Simon Says Stamp store. I coloured him with ProMarkers and added distress ink to the edges. The "good luck" sentiment came with Charlie.
The ribbon is from my local market.
The shamrock I made myself from some green Bazzill, a heart punch and I drew the stem !
The gems are from my stash.
We look forward to visiting you to see what you come up with.
Thank you so much for your visit and for any comments you may leave, they always mean so much.
Don't forget my blog candy. Just click on the photo in my side bar and it will take you directly to the post. Don't forget to leave your answer after your name ! I am still having the answers given in the comments section and unfortunately, they won't count - sorry !
Can I also tell you about a new challenge over at Papercraft Planet in the Simon Says Stamp Group ? You can find the new challenge just here. It would be lovely if you could join us and you can win a prize too !!!
Last but not least I would like to wish my wonderful, bestest blogging buddy TARA a very happy 40th Birthday ! Hope you have a fantastic day my darlin and can't wait to see you in a couple of weeks at the NEC !!! Tara also has birthday blog candy which will finish shortly.
Have a great day !
Absolutely gorgeous work as always Jo. Hugs xxReplyDelete
beautiful lucky greensReplyDelete
happy St Patricks day to you
Fab card, wonder why we don't celebrate St George 's day quite as well, happy st Pats day anyway.ReplyDelete
Perhaps we crafters could start the revolution and celebrate all our patriotic st's an their appropriate days?
Thanks for sharing and love the card Julye
Fabulous card Jo :-) Charlie looks a happy little soul all covered in soot eh :-) I love how you dirtied him up and very clever to make your own shamrock :-)ReplyDelete
Lols x x x
Gorgeous card Jo! Beautiful the papers and love the image!:)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card Jo!! I love this stamp, he looks so cheeky and your shamrock is so wonderful! hugs, Jane xxxReplyDelete
loving this card hunni, i adore that image and sooo must get him for myself, i say that every time i visit your blog hunni dont i, but you always use the most adorable stamps, which really doesnt make it very easy on me to save my money for the SCC show in April hehe, anyho the papers and embellies on your card are gorgeous hunni and your colouring as always is fab :)ReplyDelete
Hope you are well sweetie :)
Fab St Patrick's Day card - love the dark green and a great layout!! Lucky to be going to the NEC - would love to go but can't swing it!!! Have a great time and enjoy meeting up with Tara and Chris - I'm so envious!! JuliexReplyDelete
Dan Post bootsReplyDelete
can be worn with just about any kind of clothes. These boots not only protect our feet but also adorn us beautifully.
What a fabulous St. Patrick's Day card!!! Perfectly done my friend! I LOVE IT!!!ReplyDelete
P.S. I sent you something in the mail yesterday, so give it like 8 days to get to you!
This is so adorable Jo - the image is so cute and I love the design papers you've used - gorgeous embellishments too! :) Love, Georgia xxReplyDelete
hi Jo , lovely blog ! and what a fabulous card !ReplyDelete
i might just go over to pcp !
This is just fabby!!!ReplyDelete
I really love your take on the challenge...and the distressing feel..