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Happy St. Patricks Day

Happy St. Patricks Day from me and Retta!!
 
Why Retta too you may ask?
 
Because she's my new best friend and designer of the adorable leprechaun
I'm featuring in this adorable card!
She also drew the background and designed the digital paper that's the sky!
She's so multi talented!!
This is the inside of my card.  the designer paper I used--------was Retta's too! Digital paper.
I personally have never used digital paper.  This has opened a whole new idea for me.  No storage issues. No running out of your favorite paper. No buying a whole pack of paper and using 3 or 4 designs and the rest you don't like.
Goodness! Where have I been?  When I find something new and wonderful-I feel like a kid on Christmas morning.
But it's St. Patrick's Day!! LOL



I guess you could say I found my pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!  God has blessed me with a new and wonderful friend and artist.  It's my pleasure to share with you all the wonderful things she makes. 
She's opened the world of SVG (cutter files) as well as adding to my stencil stash & designing digital images that I adore.

If you want to browse thru the many stencils she has for sell:

Outlaw Women Scrapbook Emporium

You can find some of her digital creations here:

Robyn's Fetish Digital Stamps and More

Thanks for stopping by and I hope all your days will be blessed and you'll be a blessing to others!


 
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