That's right, folks. I managed to talk Danni Baird over at Silo Hill Farm to do my post for me AND she did not know it was happening.
I decided to issue a craft challenge to Danni.
It started with some postcards I made from images that Karen at The Graphics Fairy has generously been posting for us.
I sent one to Danni with a warning that the St. Pat's were coming.
Next I bundled a group of the postcards, some distressed tags I had made of abstract shamrocks, some twine, some green tissue paper, and some green French seam binding. I attached the above challenge stating she had to use all the craft supplies in a project.
Now I will admit she was fast on the draw. She made a wonderful project from the warning postcard that was a well-liked feature.
Here are the postcards and ribbons Danni received.
Go read My Irish Rose Warning and see what Danni created.
The picture says it all. Danni was already ahead in this challenge.
Then she finally received the package and swiftly acknowledged she would definitely be accepting this craft challenge. Looking at the final product below makes me realize that though Danni did do my St. Patrick's Day post for me, she also out-played and out-witted me.
"UNCLE!" I am crying "UNCLE!"
Danni rose to the challenge magnificently. I think I even heard her feet doing a jig to the Kerry Dance. Her eyes were smiling.
However, she did do my St. Patrick's Day craft project for me. All I did was make the postcards and mail them!