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St. Patrick's Day is Just Around the Corner!!!

Today I took a class at my local scrapbook store... and I took my Altered Pages Erin go Bragh collage sheet and KUNZE German Scrap! 

The front of my book is embellished with this beautiful KUNZE German Scrap frame around the image of the fair maiden from the Altered Pages Erin Go Bragh collage sheet.

On the pull out tab it a precious angel from my collage sheet.

On this page is a sweet boy and girl from the collage sheet.  On the opposite facing page the top of the page is trimmed with beautiful KUNZE German Scrap adhered with Tacky Glue!

Two Irish dancers from the collage sheet and in the corner KUNZE German Scrap corner. On the opposing page a KUNZE horseshoe and shamrock. The shamrock has been highlighted with Wink of Stella... see it glitter!

The KUNZE horseshoe and shamrock were silver, a green tint was added to the shamrock with the grass green Chameleon pen!

Wishing you the LUCK OF THE IRISH
this St. Patrick's Day!!!
KUNZE German Scrap
Green Grass Chameleon Pen
Pattern Paper


  1. So adorable! I like using scrapbook paper for backgrounds. It's a great way to choose a color pallette. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Gorgeous Lyneen!!! Love the German scrap with the Green!!


  4. I love the door frame you used on the cover! The cover says Hello, Very clever book♥

  5. Lovely Irish green book, Lyneen. Love all the collage images, and they work so well with the gold of the German scrap!

  6. Great Irish pages! Wonderfully done!

  7. Beautiful and clever as always! Always love when you come in for a class :)


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