Thursday 15 March 2018

Irish Luck - Downland Crafts

Hi Peeps
It's almost time to get your green on and paddy! :))
Here is my card for today:

This little cutie is a fab fab fab stamp I bought from Downland Crafts.
Oh my gosh!!! Easy to colour and soooo cute!!
Coloured with Promarkers and embellished with 3d gloss.

Onto a few challenges:
Addicted to Stamps and More #283 - Holiday
Craftaholics R Us #11 - Green
Crafting By Designs - St. Patrick's Day
Crafty Gals Corner #161 - Green
Watercooler Wednesday Challenges #161 - All About Occasions
Passion For Promarkers Challenge #435 - Spring
Crafts Galore Monthly Challenge - Anything Goes and DT Call

Thank You for stopping by!


Janis Lewis said...

Cute! Thanks for joining us at Craftaholics R Us.

Ella's Design said...

Love this cute little leprechaun, Wendy and he really pops on the white on white layering. Thanks for playing along with us at Passion for Promarkers this week! Lisa x

Gwendolyn said...

Oh what an adorable card! I really love how you coloured your leprechaun! Thanks for sharing it with us at Addicted to Stamps and More and we hope to see more of your wonderful creations again! Hugs, Gwendolyn

The Crafty Den said...

Such a gorgeous card Wendy. The image is so much fun and your colouring is perfect. Great layout too. Thanks for joining us at PFP this week and good luck in the prize draw. Hugs, Denise x

Monika Reeck said...

your image is oh sooo cuutee
Love your coloring so so adorable and looks the dimension of the green leaf is beautiful
lovely simple sketch and I have that puncher border too
many thanks to joining with us at ATSM this time
Monika (DT)

Gail said...

Very cute leprechaun! Thanks for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday.

Julie said...

Gorgeous card Wendy - such a cute image and of course the perfect colour combo! Thanks for joining in my Spring challenge at Passion for Promarkers this week, good luck, Juliexx

Penny Hanuszak said...

Perfect timing for this lucky litte Irish Leprechan. He's so beautifully coloured and I like the white background for CAS contrast. Great card Wendy!
Thanks for sharing with us at the Watercooler Wednesday "All Occasions" challenge this week.

Judy V said...

Cute card! Thanks for joining us at Crafty Gals Corner!

Carole J said...

Sweet CAS card, Wendy! Love the glossy shamrock and the lacy border! Thank you for sharing your project with us at the Crafts Galore Encore March Challenge, “Anything Goes”. Good Luck and hope to see you again next month!
Carole x DT

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