Monday, March 7, 2011

May the Road Rise Up to Meet You

St. Pat’s fact: Patrick was called to Rome in 432 whereupon Pope Celestine bequeathed the honour of Bishop upon him before he left on his holy mission. Patrick and 24 of his followers arrived in Ireland in the winter of 432.


Good morning!! It’s a new week and a LONG day for me, but reports are done so I have a bit of a spring in my step :)  Yesterday I said I didn’t plan on making many St. Patrick’s Day cards and lo and behold, here’s another one!! LOL  I’ve used Karen’s Sweet Sunday Sketch (sort of!) and rotated it so I could use this lovely Verve Irish Blessing stamp (which BTW is on sale this month!).  I was a little cheeky last year, thinking Julee had made this set in honour of my birthday…eek {wink!}.  But I know my place and don’t think I had or have that much pull at the Verve HQ :)  Nonetheless, I love this set and it’s been seeing lots of inky love this past week :)  Have a wonderful start to your week and thanks for stopping by :)




what’s in it?

stamps: verve blessings

ink: versafine onyx

paper: pti cream, black, Karen Foster shamrocks dp

accessories: rectangle nestabilities, fiskars apron lace punch, gems, su sheer ribbon, prima flower, jenny bowlin pins


Marisa said...

There is that gorgeous DP again - love it. The white stands out wonderfully against it. Have a great day :)

Aimes said...

Well now you're a true diva - who knows what influence you have over at Verve HQ! LOL!
Gotta say I'm LOVING your St Pat's creations - think it might have something to do with all the green *wink*
Have a fabby week, Diva!

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

So pretty and so elegant!

Lynn said...

Moe, Moe, Moe, Maureen...glad your report cards are done!'re making me so happy I bought that set! I got the shipping notice it will be in my mailbox when I get home from traveling for work for a few days...thanks for always inspiring me!

TannyP said...

WOW!!! That paper rocks and your ribbon is amazing! Perfect use of the sketch. Love it =)

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

So classy and elegant! Love the blocking of the DP and the stick pins and flower are the perfect accent!

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