I'm still making St. Patrick's Day cards. I love St. Pat's Day. I don't drink beer, and especially not green beer but it is the day before my birthday so as a much younger adult I would go out for St. Pats and just continue the celebration into my birthday. My brother is the same way about New Year's Eve, his birthday.
After I made these cards and started writing the post, it occurred to me that they aren't predominantly green. They have green in them but that certainly isn't the main color. So, I don't know if they will be "acceptable" for the Bugaboo Challenge but I can't wait to send them to a couple of friends. I think they'll love them.
Here is the sketch they asked us to use.
For the yellow one I turned it on its side.
I also embossed the yellow card topper with a brocade 5 x 7 Cuttlebug folder. The images and mats on each of the cards have been cut using a Nestability Labels Eight. I think the colors came together perfectly. What do you think?
Here is the other card.
This one reminded me of a cross between Mardi Gras and St. Pat's. Given how late Mardi Gras, Ash Wednesday and Lent are this year, it seemed like a fitting color choice. I love this image from Bugaboo. I have a few of the other St. Pat's images on my coloring tray. I'm hoping to get them done very soon.
Here is the sentiment on the inside of each. It has a good bit of detail. Don't adjust your set, that is not a smudge it is designed to look that way. I'm thinking about stamping this with embossing powder and using it as my Facebook picture on St. Pat's Day.
I have a couple of cool things coming up and hopefully I'll have something to show from my Teresa Collin's class.