Cameo Creations Challenge

Good Morning,

I was hopping around to all my gal-pal's blogs to say hello and I stopped by Chick-n-Scrap's blog.  She is on a Design Team for Cameo Creations Challenge!  Oh My Gosh!  I did not even know such a challenge existed!  Now I can combine my love of my Cameo Silhouette with my love of challenges!  Whoo Hoo!  The challenge that they are having right now is called "Feeling Lucky?"  You have to make something on your Cameo and put some bling on it.  I wonder if they have a limit to how many times you can enter?  If not, they are in trouble because 

1. The Real's celebrate St. Patrick's Day in a BIG way.  We have a big party to remember all our Irish ancestors who have passed on (and to drink & eat a lot).
2.  I am going to make everything I possibly can make that has to do with St. Patrick's day on my Cameo!  So fun!!!!!!

So here is my first card.

It is a tri-fold card base.  You may think it looks simple to make, but all those shamrocks had to be glued on!  I added green stickle for the bling and a cute lollipop sticker that says "Kiss Me I'm Irish".  

Thank you so much for stopping by today!  I appreciate all of your comments!

Challenges - St. Patrick's Day


  1. Beautiful card!! Love the shamrocks!! Happy Friday :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  2. Beautiful. Love the sequence of the little clovers.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

  3. What a sweet little card!

  4. Super cute card! I love the tri fold and the fun little flowers:) The lollipop is such a clever idea:) So fun!
    Happy Friday!
    Sherrie K

  5. The SWEETEST card EVER!!Adorable!!Love the Lollipop!!
    Have a wonderful weekend,

  6. cute card! I hope to see you playing with us more often too. I am glad you found us! :)
    Thanks for joining the Cameo Creations challenge. Good luck!

  7. Very pretty Chris. I just love all the shamrocks
    I got one last week I love it!

    DIANA L.

  8. What a great card! I LOVE how you used the bling. So creative! Thanks for joining us over at Cameo Creations! : )



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