Hi everyone, Katie here with todays blog post! and today we are creating a fun St. Patrick’s Day Planner page set. Nothing says luck than a rainbow, lucky clover and a pot of gold. So grab a hot beverage or a green beer and lets get started.
Step 1: Out of your choice of cardstock cut out your gnome, clovers and black pot. The gold coins are the centers of reinforcement circles cut from gold cardstock. Once all your pieces are cut, ink your edges with Vintage Photo Distress Ink and assemble.
Step 2: Out of the Curved Library Pocket, cut out the word Lucky from black and green cardstock, assemble and set aside.
Step 3: Out of Sidekick Essentials 19 cut two base pages and two mats, ink your edges and attach your photo mats.
Step 4: I used a Lawn Fawn die for my rainbow and cut from coordinating cardstock and assembled.
Step 4: I attached my Lucky word and pop-dotted my clover. Next, I pop-dotted my rainbow and gnome!
Step 5: attach your pot of gold and adhere your gold coins, pop-dot both of my clovers!
Step 6: Attach your reinforcements from your Sidekick Planner Essentials 19 and the circles from Reinforcements Pack 1.
Step 7: Final step, speckle with white paint!
Thank you for joining me today, I hope it brought you some inspiration! Have a wonderful crafty day!
Another wonderful creation. Perfect for my older pictures of my nephews creating, setting and checking their Leprechaun trap to see if they found a pot of gold.
Another amazing creation so perfect of leprechaun day. Still have pictures of the nephews making, setting and checking there trap to see if they caught the leprechaun and his pot of gold. Great memories.
On second thought, maybe it’s an Authentique (or other manufacturer’s) pattern? Whatever it is, I love it and it’s perfect on your adorable pages. Thank you in advance for any info you can give me re: that green plaid.
Hi Ann thank you for the wonderful compliment, the paper 8ne I used was from Photoplay Pot of Gold, it’s there new release for 2023.
Thank you so much for your reply. I just love the composition of your precious project. Thanks for sharing. 🙂
Katie, these pages are adorable. Did you create that green plaid pattern with stamps or stencils? I love it and want to recreate it but I’m having a “brain freeze” and can’t recall the source, even though I should recognize it. Can you share the source with me? Thank you for any assistance you can give; I love this project; it’s perfect for St Patrick’s Day…
I love the patterns and especially that green plaid. The gold coins are perfect. Great take on the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.