a wee bit late and a wee bit o' irish freebie!

>> Saturday, March 19, 2011

Our grandson, Jace (aka Grandma's sweet and precious redheaded boy), who will be three next month!
Frame cluster freebie created using my new and improved recipe for *Shimmerin' Shamrocks*


Happy belated St. Patrick's Day y'all!

I am super excited to tell you what I've been up to and I will be back on Monday to share!  I have been a busy little bee reworking, updating and packaging up some kits for my new store (no, not my own personal store ... yet!), which I will tell you all about on Monday.  

Any guesses as to where my new store might be?  There are a couple of hints out and about.  I know y'all are clever and some of you just might figure it out before I actually spill the beans!  LOL!

Robert and I are off to our grandson, Dillon's fourth birthday party at Chuck E. Cheese later this morning.  Anyone been recently?  I've not been since my children were younger and it was one of their favorite places to be treated to back in the day!  They love, love, loved all the games and, of course, watching the animated puppet heads singing joyfully while they ate their pizza.  I am sure that it is a bit different today, so I shall be excited to be walking through the doors once again for a step back into the past as well as many in the present!  And, naturally, lots of snaps! *big grin*

Speaking of present.  We must leave early to stop and buy one!  One of the cons of living so far removed from the bigger cities, but no trouble for us whatsoever!  Ha, ha!

I am including two versions of this *Shimmerin' Shamrocks* frame cluster.  One as seen at the top of this post and the other minus the photo border and word art for a wee bit more versatility!  He, he ...

Here is a quick layout I created using the *Shimmerin' Shamrocks Frame Cluster* freebie:

I have always adored the colors in this kit and rather than coming up with something entirely different, I decided to use some leftovers and add in some new flavors!  I will share it with you on Monday as well.  If you are of Irish decent, it will be fabulous for layouts documenting your Irish heritage, as well as travels, family gatherings and St. Patrick's Day festivities, not to mention many hybrid crafts! It'll even work nicely for some outdoor, nature scrapping!

Have a charming weekend everyone and I'll see you Monday!  Tee, hee ... I am so excited!


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