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Happy St Patrick’s Day with Tulla and Norbert’s Lucky Charm Collection by Photo Play


I can’t believe it is March already! In the blink of an eye, we are already ending the first quarter of the year! March is heavily known for St. Patrick’s Day and the beginning of spring.

As you browse the card section in stores, you’ll be delighted to find an expanded selection of greeting cards. It’s not just the usual suspects – birthdays, Christmas, Easter, Valentine’s Day, and Mother’s Day – that are getting attention. Now, even smaller holidays like St. Patrick’s Day are being celebrated with charming and whimsical card options.

While St. Patrick’s Day may not traditionally be a greeting card-sending holiday, recent years have seen a steady rise in people exchanging heartfelt notes for all sorts of occasions, not just birthdays and major celebrations. 

As someone passionate about crafting and sharing joy, I find joy in sending handmade cards to loved ones just because. These small artistic creations are a perfect way to express care and keep in touch. 

Introducing Tulla and Norbert 

A few years ago, I was particularly enchanted when Photoplay introduced their adorable Tulla & Norbert collection with a St. Patrick’s Day theme, aptly named “Lucky Charm.” The moment I laid eyes on it, I knew I had to have it in my crafting repertoire.

After a year of it gracing my craft room, I’ve decided to put this delightful collection to use and create some St. Patrick’s Day cards to spread a little bit of luck and joy to my friends and family.

I would like to introduce you to a sweet little collection that I happened to stumble across a few years ago. I’m starting to become a big fan of Photo Play Paper Co paper kits.

They do fabulous collections in kits, that include 12 sheets of 12×12 designer cardstock, and 1 sheet of 12 x 12 designer cardstock stickers by fabulous designers. As an extra separate purchase, you can also purchase products that coordinate such as stamps, dies, and ephemera. 

Tulla and Norbert Lucky Charm
Tulla and Norbert Lucky Charm Stickers

Looking For Inspiration 

As always, I turned to Pinterest and YouTube for inspiration. The creative designs you’ll see in my gallery are not solely my own; they are lovingly ‘CAS’d’ (Copy And Share) from talented individuals across these platforms. The original designs were found through the boundless creativity shared on YouTube and Pinterest.

If you recognize a design as your original creation, please reach out to me. I would be overjoyed to give credit where credit is due and celebrate your inspiring work.

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