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Seein' Green~

Here are some things I've been working on for Saint Patrick's day. I've made these four leaf clover lucky stones~ I used real clovers under the glass. I think I'm going to solder around each glass stone and add a jump-ring so that I can have them hang from a necklace...caute huh?I've also made these four leaf clover tags using real clovers~Lastly, I've bottling up some Leprechaun fairies. I've set them on a shelf unit I'm still working on to showcase them. Here is a close up of a few of them....
One more wanting a close up~Its nice to be able to play again :-)

10 comments:

quiltcrazygal said...

What wonderful St. Patrick's Day art:) It happens to be my birthday so I admire all the green:) Jenna Louise

Lisa said...

Those are all wonderful! The li'l ones in the bottles are calling my attention. :)

And Really - all of those are real 4-leaf clovers? Where did you find them all?!

Linda said...

These are all just SO much fun- love them!

Kari said...

There all cute but I LOVE the fairies! What a wonderful idea!

Lululiz said...

Fabulous! Green is such a cheerful colour. I love the fairies, they are really special.

Stephanie Mealor Corder said...

These are SO much fun, don't you just love holidays- even the kinda silly ones give us artists an excuse to play and feel like a kid again!

Jayme said...

Adorable! You're giving me inspiration to do some St. Patrick's Day crafts.

debsea said...

i love these little fairies - can almost hear the fairy giggles...

Diane Costanza said...

How in the world did you get so "lucky" to find so many four-leaf-clovers? Love the tags!

Laurie said...

I had a boyfriend in high school who often found 4 leaf clovers! Are you one of those, too? Your lovelies are...lovely!