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Scrappy Frogs Challenge - Luck o' the Irish

This month over at the Scrappy Frogs Challenge Blog the Design Team was challenged to do something green in honor of St. Patrick's Day. This is what I came up with but really did it to 'double dip'. I also used this card as one of my three entries to a new Design Team (which I will remain nameless until I hear if I made the team).

For this project I used a free SVG I found over at Scrappy Girl and the digital stamp is from The Cutting Cafe.



  1. I just wanted to let you know I nominated you for the Liebster Award... hop over to my blog to claim it.

  2. this is drop dead tooooooooooooo that hat

  3. Perfect St Patrick's Day card! I so love your work Tee! Good luck with the design team....I don't know where you find the time!!
    Sue B

  4. I love the added sparkle to the washi tape, very fun!

  5. What a cute take on the hat. It's so cute!


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