Sunday, March 10, 2013

Take care

Have you sprung forward?  To me it feels that I will lose an hour of crafting, or I'll sacrifice an hour of chores so I could craft.  (Shhhh..........)

I have prepared a Spring card for a couple of challenges:

I've used Cricut Artiste to cut the two "halves" of the clover (Valentine button).  I really wish either Cricut Artiste or Cricut Art Philosophy has a four leaf clover, but well, exercising our creativity isn't so bad.

This card is entering the following challenges:
1.  Heart 2 Heart Challenges - spring
2.  Bitten by the Bug - So Lucky Shamrock challenge
3.  Black Tie Friday - Ribbon, Buttons, Brad (but we get to pick two!)
4.  Gingerloft challenge - the color Green

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Great card and such a creative way of making a four leafed clover.Thanks for joining us at BBTB2.
    Jayne x

  2. That's a great way to make a 4 leaf clover. Really cute card. Thanks for joining us at BBTB2. Stephanie

  3. I love how you made your four leafed clover!! Great card. Thank you so very much for joining our 'So Lucky Shamrock' challenge at BBTB2!!!! :)

  4. Great I idea to create your four leaf clover!! Love the papers. Thanks for joining us at BBTB2.

  5. What a creative way to make a 4 leaf clover! I'm so impressed because I don't think I would have thought to do that. lol Love your ribbon and pattern paper too! Thanks for joining us at BBTB2 ;-)

  6. Choice of color and theme are great. I love St. Patrick's Day. I really like your paper and choice of ribbons and brads and your clover is adorable. Thanks for playing with Black Tie Fridays.

  7. So simple and clean, I love the patterned paper with the slim ribbon. Thanks so much for playing at Black Tie Fridays!

  8. Cute card! I love how clever you were to make the clover with the two hearts!
    Check out the tag on page 50 of the Art Philosophy. It has a shamrock that I've used before!