Card-Making Ideas for St. Patrick's Day

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Certain card-making ideas are a great, fun way to celebrate holidays like St. Patrick's Day. Get card-making ideas for St. Patrick's Day with help from an experienced crafts expert in this free video clip.

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Hi, I’m Holly Silva, and I’ve been a crafts expert for about 15 years now. Today, we’re going to work on a St. Patty’s Day greeting card. Let’s get started. We’re making a St. Patty’s Day card, and because the colors for St. Patty’s Day are typically green and white and yellows and things like that, like leprechauns, we’re going to do white card. And, I cut out a nice little four-leaf clover, a lucky four-leaf clover that is, not just any four-leaf clover, because we’re putting it on our card. Okay, there it goes, right down there. It’s fancy, I know. And, what is a St. Patty’s Day card without a pot of gold? So, I’m going to draw a pot of gold here, and it’s a blue pot, because they’re so much better than just black, right? Pots don’t have to be black. Pots can be blue. Okay. And, in the pot, what else goes in the pot on St. Patty’s Day but gold? I’m going to draw some gold in here, lots and lots of gold. Yay, gold! Now, on your own time, not my time, you’re going to want to fill this in, right? Even better, sometimes you can even grab, like, a piece of construction paper and cut out a nice little piece of construction paper in the shape of a pot. Alright, and we’re going to do that. And then, on the top we’re going to write something like, well, I’m going to write this way, because my dexterity is probably not as good as yours is. “St. Patty’s Day!” Always an exclamation point after everything, because exclamation points are exclamatory. And, that’s your card! So, there was your St. Patty’s Day greeting card – well, somebody else’s now if you send it to them. They’re one lucky person! Well, they’re lucky because it’s St. Patty’s Day! Anyway, if you enjoy that one, and if you have any questions or anything, let us know and we’d be happy to help you out. See you next time.


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