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Super Simple Shamrock Wreath

This year it seems like many stores skipped St. Patrick's Day and moved right into Easter. Since it always makes me happy to see Cadbury Egg Season, this is usually not a problem, but my St. Patrick's Day decor needed some refreshing.  Of course, I had to hit the craft room to create my own.  

Fortunately the Fantabulous Cricut Challenge blog theme this week is 

Challenge #296-St. Patricks Day
Make a project about St. Patricks Day, such as Shamrocks or Leprechauns

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To qualify for the prize, be sure to use at least 1 Cricut cut on your project and if it's not obvious, let us know what cartridge you used. If you use a Cricut Explore machine, at least one cut must be from the Cricut catalog of images.

If it isn't a card, you will get two entries into the drawing!

I used my Cricut "Paper Doll Dress Up" cartridge to make two sizes of shamrocks out of three shades of green paper.  I added score lines to the shamrocks for texture.  I topped it off with some glittery gold shamrocks (of course- any luck leprechaun would have shamrocks with a little bling!). 

Stop by the Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog this week to see more creative St. Patrick's projects! 

Thanks for stopping by Gardenias and Glitter today! 

~Cynthia




Comments

  1. I love your shamrock wreath, the levels of greens and gold are so pretty! Such a great look!

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  2. This is really great!! I love your wreath what a super fun project.
    Thank you for sharing your fun design. Have a blessed day
    DIANA L.
    FCC Design team member
    FCC
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you, Diana! It was fun! Blessings to you as well!

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  3. Great wreath, perfect home decor for the season! Blessings, Jamie (FCCB DT)

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  4. I love this wreath! This would be great on my front door-thanks for this wonderful idea!

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    1. Thank you, Michelle! I would love to see a picture if you make one yourself!

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  5. This is fantastic! Such a great idea for St Patrick's Day!!

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  6. Very nice wreath you made for the Fantabulous Cricut challenge Blog.

    Linda FCCB Design Team
    http://lindaisrael.com/

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  7. Such a pretty wreath!! Great`job!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    Crafting With Creative M

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