Saturday, March 21, 2015

"Lucky Girl" Shamrock Green Layout


My little "Lucky Girl" is an expert at finding 4-leaf clovers! She has found 65 so far! What better page to set out to scrapbook on St. Patrick's Day?! I used green on this project so I will be entering it in the Heart 2 Heart Challenge, "Green With Envy". The papers I used are retired and from my Stash, so I am also going to enter it in the Use Your Stash Blog Hop. Their theme for this hop is "It is Hard Being Green". If you are on the hop, then you hopped here from Michelles blog.


This is my first title that I used Cricut Craft Room to weld a word! I used the Artbooking font to create the word lucky by welding the letters together. The possibilities are endless now that I know what I can do in Craft Room! Watch out world!


My 2 page scrapbook layout was inspired by the Sketch Challenge at "Let's Scrap Sketches" blogspot! You can play along with this one until the end of March. How do you think I did?

Have you been crafting using the color green, stuff from your stash, or using a sketch?

Now follow the Use Your Stash Blog Hop and hop over to Terry's blog to see what she has created with green items from thier stash!

Happy Crafting!

HeatherJane

21 comments:

  1. I love it, the shamrock cutout is wonderful and showcases your photo perfectly!! Great job!

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  2. This is so pretty. I see Bella, Veranda and Elemental papers. Great combination; they work so well together. For sure, your little Eva is one lucky girl.

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  3. Great job combining papers from different packs! i love the shamrock accents too!

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  4. Very nice, and you did a wonderful job welding! I love the Artbooking font!

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    1. Thank you! It was my first time welding and I was scared when I started and "THIS IS SO AWESOME" when I was done! Hehe!

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  5. Great layout glad you got to play around with ccr. Thanks for sharing with us at Heart 2 Heart.

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  6. Great layout! I love the photo showing the shamrock in the foreground. It draws your eye right in.

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  7. What a great layout and such a cute picture. Love the different colors of green you used with the pinks and yellows The shamrock and picture are really the highlight. Thanks for creating with us at Let's Scrap!

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  8. Ah, so lovely! Great colors and perfect fit for that little sweet face!
    Thanks for joining us at Let's Scrap

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  9. Really like how you cut the shamrock so that it is on both pages.

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  10. Wow - a seriously lucky girl... I used to search for hours but never came up with any! Love this layout and all that green! thanks for playing along at Lets scrap!

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  11. Great layout. I love how you made the shamrock go over both pages. Great pictures.

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  12. Cute layout. I love the green. Thanks for playing with at Let's Scrap.

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  13. So cute, I love the big shamrock, just perfect on this page. I think I've only found one four leaf clover in my 63 years here. Thanks for joining us at Let's Scrap.

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  14. Fantastic layout, Heather! That giant shamrock is so much fun and it complements the lovely young lady perfectly!
    :) Marie

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  15. What a lucky girl she must be :-) , I have never found one ! Great page, thanks for playing at Let's scrap !

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  16. I don't think I've ever seen a four leaf clover, lucky indeed. Thank you for sharing with us at Let's Scrap Sketches!

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  17. Lovely layout and such pretty colours. The title looks great and yes it opens up a whole new world. Thanks for playing along with us at Le's Scrap Sketches.

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  18. Love the shamrock...it really makes the layout!! Thanks for joining us at Let's Scrap!!

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  19. Great photo! what a lucky girl finding so many too! So glad you were able to play along with us at Let's Scrap!

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  20. Your LO is so pretty! Thanks for joining us @ H2H!

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