Sunday, February 26, 2012

Happy St. Patrick's Day Smartypants!

I got some much needed time in my craft room yesterday, and luckily, I have lots of new goodies to play with! :) We really don't celebrate St. Patrick's Day, but some of my family in Pennsylvania celebrates hardcore... Well, any excuse to send them a card and tell them all how much I love and miss them! I used a bunch of stamps from different companies for this card. The chevrons are from the new Paper Smooches CHA release (available 3/1) and they are part of a set called Geo-Graphic, designed by Karolyn Loncon. You can see more about the set here. The adorable little "geek" is from Paper Smooches Smartypants set (also available 3/1). The shamrock is from the new Owl See You in Spring by Jenny Suchin for The Craft's Meow. The "geek" is holding a pointer originally, but with a swipe of a babywipe, it was erased and that left room for the shamrock. The sentiment and leprechaun hat are from the Hats Off To You set by Lawn Fawn. I had SO much fun with this card! :)



Supplies:
Stamps: Paper Smooches Geo-Graphic and Smartypants (both available 3/1), The Craft's Meow Owl See You in Spring, Lawn Fawn Hats off To You
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, PTI Simply Chartruese
Paper: PTI Stampers Select White
Other: Copic Markers, PTI Orange Zest Satin Ribbon, Googly eyes

5 comments:

Annette said...

this little guy totally cracks me up....i love it...

Elena said...

i love seeing what you do with lawn fawn and paper smooches stuff - super cute! there's an award for you on my blog today :)

The Paper Parade said...

I just LOVE this new little professor and I can't wait to get my hands on him...what a great idea to make him into a leprechaun!! I love those chevrons down the side, too :)

Robin said...

This is so fun!! Funny, in Ireland we don't really send St. Patrick's Day cards either.. lol... but I always get them from my family in Canada!!! he he...

Kimberly said...

Oh. Em. Gee. I LOVE the way you turned him into a leprechaun! Too cute!

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