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St. Patrick's Day

Sharing with you today, a St. Patrick's Day pop-up box card created using My Lucky Charm. Pop-up cards seem to be popular right now. What's neat about these types of cards, they actually folds flat, to fit inside a mailing envelope.The back of the box has a plain white area, for you to add your sentiment as well.

When creating this card, I wanted the shamrocks to look like they were flying out of the box. To do this, I cut clear strips of acetate and attached the strips to a few of the shamrocks. I love the look it gave.

Thanks for stopping by our blog and if you like the pattern I've used, you can find it in the holiday category on the website.  Have a great day! ~ LSHD DT Barbara



  1. I love this, Barbara! I want to try and make one as a center piece! :) Great job, as always! :)
    ~LSHD DT

  2. this is too too cute. what file did you use for the bear. do you know the size of the card and the bear in the pot? i am wanting to make this one and i love your eyes too


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