...is something that, until a couple of years,only meant to me something about people going to the pubs in London to drink themselves legless on Guinness. It was only mentioned very lightly that had something to do with the Irish by my ex husband, who would complain about foreigners to me, the foreignest of the foreigners..but lets leave it there, shall we?
There is a reason why ex husbands are exes, and, after all, I enjoyed 10 of our 12 years together very much.
When I came into the scrapping world, was never drawn to make a St Paddy's LO, if you look at my Scrapblogs you'll find none, but when Katie & Karen showed me what they have done for the holiday, Katie the kit, Karen with her marvelous word art...I couldn't resist, so here are a couple of pages I made with it.
Don't forget to scroll to the end of the page to get your Love You freebie, day7, whilst you are there, I show you some pages I made with that kit in the end of this post, but lets have a look at St Paddy's and what this means. First, my pages. The kit is called Lucky and I'm hoping some of the Irish luck will come our way!
Click HERE to buy the kit, remember EVERYTHING at Katie's store is U$1.50, and, though I like my LOs lately to be on the simple side, the kit has LOTS & lots of marvelous stuff.
there is also the Freebie Love You, day 7 for grabs there, here is something I made with her Love You kit and Karen's (SnickerdoodleDesingsByKaren word at:
Last but not least...I decided to go in search of knowledge to get the real meaning of St Patrick's, which I (more or less) found HERE
I'll surely be back with more, as there is Karen's kit coming up and I have seen the preview already and awwwwwwww, irresistible!
Stayed tune for that and an update on why I came to the conclusion that parents and their offspring should be separated during said offspring teenage years....
Have a great weekend!
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