Monday, March 7, 2011

E.A.D Designs March Blog Hop - Going Irish!

It's time for another fun E.A.D Designs Blog Hop! Hopefully you have made your way here from Joanna's wonderful blog, if not, please start over at the E.A.D Designs' Blog.  There is also a GIVEAWAY at the beginning off the hop! So you are going to want to make sure you check it out! 

Today we are Going Irish with projects for St. Patrick's Day!  If you watched last weeks episode of She's Crafty  you would have seen my Easter organza bag.  I have decided this is my new quick and easy way to make gift bags for all holidays!  Here I just added some gold St Patrick's Day Rub-ons to a black organza bag. Just needs to be filled with some green candy or gold coins! 

Next I made a card for my Mother in Law's birthday (happens to be on March 17th) so it fits with this months theme! I combined three different sets of stickerz on this card, Irish Sweets, Your B-Day, and Birthday Sentiments. The Irish Sweets sheet had the perfect size and number of green cupcakes to represent my little family so I couldn't pass that up! 

Thanks for being green with me today (I know it's not easy HAR HAR HAR).  Now hop along and see what the talented Lauren has in store for you today!

9 comments:

de said...

What a great little bag! And love the card! How cute would that bag be filled with the chocolate gold coins?!

Stephanie Zito said...

Oh Wow!!!! Jenn what wonderful projects!!!

liz at liz's paper loft said...

so fun! I love them both!
liz :o)

Emily said...

So Cute... She will LOVE IT!

nantastic said...

What a sweet bd card.
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cowbelleru said...

Your creativeness is turning me green with envie. Love the bag and card, so cute. TFS!!
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ajandfour said...

The gold on black is a knock out! What a great bag.
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~amy~ said...

fabulous...gotta love the bag idea:) FUN card too!!!!

joeygirl86 said...

I LOVE this card! It's perfect, I'm sure you MIL will love it too! :) And that bag is super cute, great idea!