JSL Irish/Luck/St.Patrick's Day!

Hooray!  Hooray!  March is here!  Along with March comes my very favorite Holiday; St. Patrick's Day!  My husband's family is from Ireland; so St. Patrick's day has always been a time for the Clan to gather and celebrate. Just Some Lines Blog is getting me in the mood; the challenge this month is Irish/Luck/St. Patrick's Day.  Here is my card.

The digital stamp is called Fairy Bring Home Luck.  Here is a close up of the digi.

If you would like to purchase this digi; you can buy it HERE.  Tell them "Chriss sent you."

The sentiment says "May Good Luck Follow Wherever You Go."  that is my wish for you my sweet friends!  It is a clear stamp from Studio G.

Recipe for this card:

Digital Stamp - JSL
Clear Stamp - Studio G
Copic Markers
Green Stickels
Green Smooch
Paper from stash
Embellishments - Holiday by Petaloo Dazzlers
Spellbinder- Picot Edged Circles

I am entering this card in the following challenges:

http://totallypapercrafts.blogspot.com/ - Make It Shine!
http://savvyhandmadecards.blogspot.ca/ - Going Green Photo Inspiration.

Thank you so much for stopping by my friends!  I hope you will stop by JSL blog and see what the rest of the design team has created and play along!



  1. Super cute image AND card! Perfect for St. Paddy's day!!

  2. A very SWEET card! I LOVE it!
    Have a wonderful day my friend,
    *Crafting With Creative M*

  3. This is a beautiful creation with great details and perfect for our ‘USE DIES OR PUNCHES’ challenge. Thanks for sharing your talent with us. Good luck.
    {Digistamps4Joy DT Member}
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

  4. fabulous and sweet cards Chriss.
    Thanks for join us at
    {Digistamps4Joy DT Member}


  5. Terrific card! I really like how you colored the image and the sentiment is perfect. Thanks for sharing your creation at Savvy Handmade Cards.

  6. Very cute card! Thanks for playing at Savvy Handmade Cards. Hope to see you next time. Good luck.

  7. You might be qualified to receive a Sony PS4.


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