Thursday, March 17, 2011

Happy St. Patrick's Day

Hello, I hope you are all enjoying your St. Patrick's Celebrations, did anybody forget to wear green today? ;)

I'll start this post by announcing yesterday's winner, Congratulations to:

GEZ!

Thank you for your support Gez :) please send us your postal address to thescrappytree@hotmail.com so we can mail you a scrappy surprise . 4 more days to go, todays winner can be you, so keep commenting or start following us.


Julie, Kristin and I would like to share a few projects we made for todays holiday.

Di

This is a simple manila tag I painted with some green Glimmer Mist, the Note Page is from Making Memories and I pleated it using a bone folder, all the alphas are also from Making Memories and as a final touch I added the buckle button with ribbon.

Julie


When making a card for St. Patrick's Day, I remembered that I had this older stamp that was an Irish blessing! How perfect for today!

Supplies: Impression Obsession rubber stamp, black cardstock scraps, cream cardstock scrap, kraft cardstock, DCWV paper, Offray ribbon, Hero Arts gem, foam dots.



Finally, how about a cute, simple recipe to celebrate the day?




This recipe is for Shamrock Pretzels courtsey of Family Fun.



Ingredients:


*Canned refridgerator bread stick dough


*Colored sugar


*Cinnamon




Instructions:


1. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and spray with non stick spray.


2. To create the clover shape, shape 3 breadsticks into hearts and form as shown. Attach a small stem, decorate with cinnamon and colored sugar. Bake according to package directions and enjoy!





Kristin

I am trying that tonight Julz,thanks! I made this LO of my husband and I on our wedding day, with the only St. Paddy's Day title I could think of..lol Have a great day everybody!






Happy St. Patrick's Day from The Scrappy Tree team!

5 Scrappy thoughts:

Jean said...

Gorgeous layout and I love that pretzel!

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Happy St. Patrick's Day to you as well!

Michelle said...

Wow! what great projects everyone!!! I have that Irish saying hanging in my entry! ;) Some of my mother's family came from County Cork in Ireland! :)

dianapena8 said...

What a great lo K, I like the background papaer and the design in general, oving your lo title.
Juls what a beautiful saying on your card, and every time I open the blog I feel like eating cookies ;)

Gez said...

AMAZING ideas & inspiration :)

So excited to see my name! Thank you for making my day!

Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend.

Hugs, Gez.xx