Welcome back stampers. Two months from todays date, many people maybe even you will be dressing in green and celebrate being Irish. Do you know what I'm hinting at? St. Patrick's Day is right. Exactly two months away, EEK! Where is 2017 going already? Oh my!

Here is a closer look at the good luck charms. My mother is known for walking up to a clover patch/lawn and finding a bunch in a matter of minutes. Have you ever found one? Mom what do you think? Do they look real?

Technique Tip

You probably have wondered how I created those adorable clovers. It took me a little bit to figure out but once one was made, the rest didn't take to long to create. See the photo below to understand the written instructions.


  • 5 petal flower from the Cutie Pie Thinlets - stamp in Rich Razzleberry ink with the smallest flower center image from the Touches of Texture stamp set then cu off one petal.
  • lower (not sure what you would call this type of flower) this is from the Paisley framelits - cut the petals off and leave the center and the stem.
  • I pressed my stylus in the center of the four leafed flower to add dimension and curl the petals inward.
  • then attached the four leafed flower with a glue dot to the stem.


Now you have yourself a clover. Seems like a lot typed out but really it takes less than 5 minutes to make.


Fusion Card Challenge is a new to me card challenge blog. This is my first time playing along and I used the sketch part of the challenge.

The Paper Players (#PP327) is one of my go to challenge blogs. I was excited to see this week was a color challenge. I get to select the third color! Woo Hoo.

Creative Color Combination

Wild Wasabi is a great green hue for clovers.


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Always One

Always One