Monday, March 17, 2014

Challenge #52: Lucky Charm

Happy St. Patrick's Day! Jessica here, and I can't believe it is already the middle of March, this year is flying by already.

In honor of today's festivities I've asked the Paper Girls, and I'm asking you, to create something about your

"Lucky Charm." 

I'm good with a pretty loose interpretation of this -  a daily routine that you just can't mix up, the special bangle that your kid wears every day, or something green that reminds you of the lush Irish coastline. Just make sure you explain in your post so I know how you were inspired by the theme.

I chose to scrap about my father's game day rituals. He's a die hard Cowboys fan and has certain shirts/jerseys for certain types of game days. I don't "get" it, but I definitely think that fan rituals are a sort of "lucky charm."

Check out what a couple of the other Paper Girls think could be lucky.

Michele included a lucky star on her layout along with the best two lucky charms she could hope to have, her husband and daughter.

Erica went gung-ho and made her girls their own St. Paddy's day T-shirts.

May the luck of the Irish be with you in this challenge (props to you if you read that with a wee Irish accent).

The winner of our last challenge (#51 - Photo Inspiration/Mosaic) is:
#2 Tammi

 CONGRATS, TAMMI! Please email us at to claim your prize.

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1 comment:

Jenn Borjeson said...

Thanks for the fun challenge! :)