Saturday, March 14, 2020

Irish Coffee And Rainbow Florals

Good afternoon!

This first card will be entered into the Challenges at:

Simon Says Monday, A Bit O' Green.
Simon Says Wednesday, Use Some Green.
The Card Concept, Irish Coffee.

Lawn Fawn, Lucky Charm stamps and dies.
Flourishes, Grab A Cup stamp set.
Amalgam Black and Garden Green inks.
Copic Markers.

Shamrock Ribbon.
Sheer Ribbon.
Flower Charm.
Darice Embossing Folder.
Sakura Glitter Pen.
Fun Foam. Foam Dots.

Fudge Studio wood mounted stamp.

My next card will be entered into the Challenge at
 Gina K Designs, Somewhere Over The Rainbow.

Gina K Designs stamps, Wreath Builder and Folk Filigree.

Inks in; 
Amalgam Black, Crushed Curry, Daffodil Delight, Elegant Eggplant, 
Marina Mist, Perfect Plum, Real Red, Tangerine Tango and Wild Wisteria.
Each flower center has an Adhesive Pearl which I colored with Copic Markers to match the flower.

And you know it's that time of year again.
Enjoy this recipe for the BEST Corned Beef you have ever tasted!!!!

Baked Honey-Mustard Corned BeefHere's the link:  Baked Honey Mustard Corned Beef.

Many more recipes found at her site:  For The Love Of Cooking!

Thanks for bopping in!



  1. Lots of layers on that first card. Love it. Both cards are great, and that corned beef would make my husband jump for joy. He loves it!

  2. Enjoyed both cards, Donna. You have a good eye for layers! I came to your blog to see your card and am leaving with a corned beef recipe! How fun! Happy St. Patty's Day and thanks for joining us at The Card Concept Challenge

  3. such fun papers for your irish coffee card, love the layering and ribbon, the sentiment is great for these times.
    You had a terrific card idea for the rainbow card, so pretty!
    I don't know that I have ever tried corn beef :(

  4. Your card is spot on for our challenge this week, very Irish and very cute! Thanks so much for sharing this and playing with our Card Concept Irish Coffee challenge this week!

  5. Love this! Thanks for playing along in the March MMC over at Gina K. Designs! Good luck!

  6. Oh yum, corned beef. Mine turned out great this year, and we had enough left for reubens later. I don't know why I am just now getting notices for these cards, you must have wondered why I didn't comment earlier. I love them both.