March Blog Hop – Brought To You By The Color Green

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As you know our March blog theme is “Brought to you by the Color Green”, which goes along with St Patrick’s Day, which is a week away.  When I think of St Patrick’s Day I think of the happy times and getting together with friends.  Of yeah, and leprechauns.

One of the following cards is going to be sent to my grandson, even at 2 1/2 he loves to get mail.

 

Stamp Set: Teeny Tiny Wishes (Clear 127802) $26.95 or (Wood 128748) $36.95
Ink: Old Olive (126953) $5.95
Cardstock: Chocolate Chip (102128) $6.95 , Crumb Cake (120953) $6.95, Old Olive (100702) $6.95, Whisper White (100730) $8.50, Polka Dot Parade Designer Series Paper (126902) $10.95,
Accessories: Modern Label Punch (119849) $16.95, Word Window Punch (119857) $15.95,  Owl Builder Punch (118074) $16.95, 1 3/4″ Circle Punch (119850) $16.95, 2 3/8″ Scalloped Circle (118874) $16.95, Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch (119275) $15.95, Woodgrain Embossing Folders (127821) $7.95

Feel free to leave a comment and tell me what you think!  If you would like to order the supplies to make these cards, please feel free to shop online by clicking the button below, send me an email (rnittistamping@hotmail.com), or give me a call 651-260-6884.

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2 thoughts on “March Blog Hop – Brought To You By The Color Green”

  1. What an adorable card. I love the wood panel. I'm glad I clicked on the picture to make it larger. It's embossed. I love embossing. Love how you made a circular window in it to feature the darling owl. The stripes and polka dots look great together. Great job.

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