Whew! that was a lot of work!
Now, let's get to the green. I know today is St. Patrick's Day. I will be making corned beef and cabbage for dinner. Why? No clue. Mostly because I like it and while it isn't one of my DH's favorites, he will humor me once a year.
(I really cheated this year. I went to the deli at the market, asked to see what the corned beef looked like, it was beautiful, had them cut me a 1" slice, and that's dinner. I just wasn't into cooking corned beef for hours. Plus, they sell it in those vacumn sealed packages and you can't tell how lean or fatty the meat actually is.)
Many of the current challenges want to see green cards, or St. Patrick's Day themed cards i.e. leprechauns, shamrocks, luck, pot of gold... I haven't seen one with a snake theme. Didn't St. Patrick chase the snakes out of Ireland? If you're curious about the snake issue, I felt compelled to google it and found this very interesting. Be that as it may. Personally, I have never sent a St. Patrick's Day card to anyone. But I have made one, in honor of the occasion and to enter in the plethora (That was one of my father's favorite words. Miss you, Dad.) of challenges requesting it.
|I've used a Doodle Pantry digi for the shamrock maze and sentiment.|
Challenges:Ants in my Pantry Digital Challenge #3 - Anything digital goes
Cardz 4 Guyz Challenge #62 - Clean and Simple
Top Tip Tuesday Challenge - Buttons or Bows
Craft Hoarders Anonymous March Challenge - Go Green
Eureka Stamps Challenge #132 - The Color Green
Get Creative Challenge #10 - Green
The Pink Elephant Challenge # 290- Green
Eclectic Ellapu March Challenge - Purple Team - Green
Great Impressions March Challenge - Go Green
Cupcake Inspirations Challenge #301 - Photo Inspiration (green with shamrocks)
Di's Digi Designs Challenge - Lots of Green
Jo's Scrap Shack Fun Friday Challenge # 79- Lucky Clover
Naughty or Nice Challenge #13 - It ain't easy being Green