Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Your My Pot of Gold-part 2-Cardz TV Gallery

Hello crafty friends, I'm back with the second part of my post. This post is for Cardz TV Gallery, where you can find new projects everyday but Sunday. I've really not been in a crafty mood since my husband passed, but I am doing my holiday cards for my grandchildren and nephews. So today, I have some St. Patty's day cards for you using one of Mary's sketch's, you can find it here. I changed up the orientation on the sketch for some, it gives me cards that are all different, even though I used the same pattern papers and sketch. I used the print and cut feature to my Explore for my pattern papers and some of my images. The only images I didn't do a print and cut was the top hat and the child silhouette. For those I used some snippets of left overs. So I am going to jump across the pond to play at the Snippet's Playground.  To see close up's of each card go to my blog. Mary's St. Patrick's day stamp set was perfect for my cards because these kids are my pot of gold in life! They are a pure joy in my life, my husband's as well-he sure loved all his grandchildren. So I still sign his name to their cards to keep his memory alive for them. I hope I've inspired you to make some cards for the people you love and remember Mary has the perfect sentiments for any card on her stamp sets

Cricut Cartridges: A Child's Year, Create A Critter 2, Artistry 
Print and Cut on Explore
Cardz TV Stamps
My Creative Time Stamps


Susanne said...

These are such cute cards!!

Lisa said...

Love these, too, Brenda!! That leprechaun is so cute!! You did a fabulous job with your St Patty's day cards my friend!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

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Marilyn said...

Cute cards!!

Kristie Goulet said...

Those images are super cute, Brenda! Great way to use up those papers. :) HUGS!!!

I Card Everyone said...

Since I'm late to the party, I'm just going to LOVE them ALL, Brenda! What a darling set of cards that are going to be loved, I am sure of it - more sure than I am of that pot o' gold! xx

Anonymous said...

Hi, Brenda. I love these cards. They are happy! I love it when you feel you can create. So glad your foot is better. I'm always getting fussed at by hubby and boys for the "not so smart" things I do. (they are usually right) I think it has to do with being short. We always have to find our own way to do things to make it work for us. I think we are pretty creative. lol

Bonnie said...

What a wonderful selection of St. Patrick's Day cards from both posts, Brenda! Fabulous sentiments too!

Tina Campbell said...

Love these cards :) The colors are perfect and they all look great in their own way too :) Hugs my friend, a nice way to send them is from both of you. Hugs and prayers my friend, Tina

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Yes dear Brenda, grandies do bring great joy and so glad for you in this, am smiling at all your lovely cards so cheery, well done.

Thanks so much for sharing, Shaz in Oz.x

{Calligraphy Cards - Shaz in Oz}

Beebeebabs said...

Very nice cards thanks for sharing!!!

Di said...

Love this selection of sweet cards Brenda! It's good to see you crafting. Happy St Paddy's Day to you!

Thank you for coming to play in the Snippets Playground :)


Di xx

Karen said...

These are so very cute Brenda perfect for spring and for St Patrick's Day. Thank you sweetheart for the lovely comments on my blog. I would love to see what Serendipity Corn looks like, in fact I will do a Google next to find out. Sounds awfully pretty and perfection, I love corn so much, on the cob, pop corn, corn as a vegetable: just yummy! Karen xx

scrappymo! said...

Glad to hear that your foot is doing a little better. Thank goodness!
Your cards are so fun! I did not make any St Paddy's Day cards...my bad as DH's grandpa was born on st paddy's Day...born in Ireland, I might add. Of course his name was Patrick...lol

I have never done any ST Patrick's cards...but certainly should. Yours look great...bet they were loved.

The Queen (Laura) said...

I love them all! Gotta love the Leprechaun! Great job with the paper piecing. I know your grandchildren and nephews loved them. I know what you mean about not feeling crafty when someone passes. My dad has been gone a year and I still struggle. Big hugs to you my friend. You are in my prayers.

MaryH said...

Wow, what a treasure of cards you've made using some papers & images. This is a wonderful set for the St Pat's Day, and I know the kids are gonna love them. Love how you changed the basic design up with the different motifs and once again, you're amazing with that Cricut & your skills. I'm so glad you used up some snippets and jumped over the pond to visit at the Playground. Big hugs, TFS & Have a good week.

Anita in France said...

More fabulous St Patrick's Day cards, Brenda ... such fun images amid the DP colour blocking! Bet these went down a storm with your family! Hugs & Prayers, Anita :)

Carol L said...

You were on a roll with your St. Patrick's day cards! These are all just as cute as the ones you posted earlier! I hope your green day went well! I'm sure you're just as happy as I am that the snow skipped right on past us.......whew!!

D- said...

Oh I bet they LOVED these CUTE St. Patrick's Day cards. Thanks for sharing.
Crafty hugs,

Jules said...

Hi Brenda

So pleased you are managing a bit of crafty time.

I hope you are coping OK. I think about you lots.

Your cards are so lovely and varied .. .. a great use of your snippets.

Have a good day and take care.

Sorry I am a bit of a stranger these days. My crafty do list is a little too long at the moment!! Eeeekkk!!!

Love Jules xx