Thursday, March 3, 2011

Seeing Shamrocks Blog Hop



Michelle, the owner and CEO of TAC™ is sponsoring a Shamrock Blog Hop through her Savvy Projects Blog. I don't have any shamrock stamps of any kind that are current so I used some hearts and punches!  I used Linear Sentiments and Bless Your Heart hostess A set for all images. 


Not too bad.  My mojo has taken a little vacation this week so I'm winging it by myself. 

I also used the Clear & Pearl Gem collection, the Stardust Clear Gel pen, DCWV green cardstock, white cardstock, Viridian Leaf PH ink, pop dots, white ribbon, Copic marker YG09, and various punches: heart, Super & Mega circles.

Please check out these other blogs/sites and see more great projects!





17 comments:

Paula-Kay Bourland said...

Nice card, Carol. You made a good shamrock.

Christine said...

we were in the same dilema! great card--very creative!

Debra Miller said...

Very creative Carol!

Sandy said...

I love how you made the shamrock! It looks great

Glittered Paws said...

Love your shamrock and love the extra bling. Great sentiment.

Risa said...

Carol, I love your background! I forgot about that heart. Very nice.

mischelle said...

Very cool Carol! I love the heart in the center of the shamrock! I might CASE that idea!

Holly said...

CUTE! The shamrock is great!

Tricia said...

Very cute! The shamrocks made with hearts in the background are a great touch, too!

isu.alum said...

I really like the background you created and the little heart center in the shamrock!!!

Chelsea said...

Great card

Chelsea said...

Great card even with no shamrock stamps!

Angela K said...

Great card!

Trish said...

Great use of the hearts, nice card.

Heather said...

Carol - I love it! Especially the background you created!

Laurie Unger said...

This is so creative! TFS!

Anonymous said...

Carol, what a fine use of your creative skills! Hearts, circles, paper color/ textures, and ink tones join for strong blessing. Likin' the card for the receiving end reaction! Used a three heart clover to teach FATHER, Son, Holy One Spirit as Three in One many times over the years. The stem is like a banner pole (His Banner Over Me Is Love)which each person may raise overhead, mind, soul, body through prayer and daily walking.
Noticed a Hamilton, Ohio, reader on your 'ticker locator' to my surprise as we were in Hamilton, Montana, for the State Class C Girls Basketball finals over the extended weekend (TH - S). Ever view "Class C" a PBS special which was aired several times over for total enjoyment and encouragement in women's small town sports with big town heart and stamina? Filming included several schools with high win records and would have included one we follow fifty miles away but the high scoring free shot and long shot gal tore ACL a second time and was out a second full season following her first out of town game. Believe this, she ended up tearing ACL a third time playing a 'gather up' tourney her senior year in an even smaller community with a bigger gym than her home gym! The doctor gave her the surgery as he had never seen a third ACL tear. View the movie, anyway; it's fairly clean aside from all the sweat.
Carol, someone in the page set up department has really good taste. Your submission was target center for the scroll down to have an active eye on good work! Congrats! You go girl!
Keep Looking UP!
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