St. Patrick’s Day isn’t one of the most popular days of the year, unless you are Irish! It is nice to send a fun greeting though, so I made this Cricut St Patricks Day Card using the Paper Doll Dress Up Cartridge.
I’m not Irish, and other than remembering to wear green, I don’t really celebrate this day of leprechauns and pots of gold.
The Paper Doll Dress Up Cricut Cartridge has so many great characters, and one of the most fun is this cute leprechaun perfect for a St. Patrick’s Day Card. I could have cut him smaller, but I don’t like fiddling with tiny pieces and he’s so funny…why not make him big!
Make This Cricut St. Patrick’s Day Card
I cut him on 4″. With the added height of his hat, this was a good size, and he would also be great on a scrapbook page. We’ve never celebrated St. Patrick’s Day in our family, so I don’t have any photos for scrapbook pages, but I thought sending cards to a few friends would be fun.
After I got him assembled, I added gold Stickles to the buckles on his shoes and hat. I also added black to his hat band and patina green to the shamrock. The shamrock is on the A Child’s Year Cricut Cartridge, but there is also one on the Paper Doll Dress Up Cartridge.
I’ve had the paper for years, but I’ve never had a chance to use it. It is shades of green, pale blue, and dusty blue. There are small shamrocks and celtic knots and patterns on it. It’s very classy looking and doesn’t need any extra decorating.
Here is a close up of the shamrock. This is the mess that Stickles makes when it runs out! haha!!! I tried to fix it with a toothpick, but I didn’t have any luck. It’s only a small spot on the card, so I’m not going to worry over it.
If you want to see other dolls on this cartridge, visit Paper Doll Dress Up Cricut Cartridge Review.
Here are some more St. Patrick’s Day Cards that you might want to try.
Are you working on any St. Patrick’s Day Crafts?