When my children were little Pat the Leprechaun would visit us every St. Patrick’s Day. He would leave a string of poetic clues for my children to follow around the house. At the end, they would find a bag of green goodies for each of them. This was such a fun family tradition, and one I couldn’t wait to document with the adorable Doodlebug Lots O’ Luck collection.
I used my digital die cutting machine to create the title in a rainbow of Doodlebug Textured cardstocks. I used a couple of embossing folders from my stash to give them an embossed pattern before adhering it to my page using foam squares.
The Gold Sugar Coated cardstock mat on this photo really helps it to stand out as a focal point on my page!
I used my computer to type my journaling inside a circle sized to fit inside the scalloped circle sticker from the This & That Stickers.
In the lower left corner of the page I paired the leprechaun from the Odds & Ends pack with the Good Luck shamrock Doodlepop to create a sweet little scene. I love the gold-foiled accents on all of the components of this collection!
In the bottom right corner of the page, I added a pot of gold, a rainbow, and a couple of shiny gold coins accented with the Gold Sprinkles.
This page was a BLAST together and makes me want to resurrect our “Pat the Leprechaun” tradition this year, even though my kids are older. It was so much fun!
Good Luck Doodle-pop
“Echo Park Lucky” Cut File by Echo Park Paper
(Design #54703 in the Silhouette Design Store)
Small Spotted Embossing Folder by Lifestyle Crafts
Baby Boy 3×4 Diagonal Stripe Embossing Folder by Project Life
Have a happy day!