The Wearin’ o’ the Green (Digi Freebies)

St. Patrick’s Day is a beautiful holiday. It celebrates St. Patrick, who evangelized Ireland in the fourth century. He was a Welsh Roman Citizen who was kidnapped and sold into slavery in Ireland. After escaping, he later returned to Ireland. It’s said he drove the snakes from Ireland, but that’s a metaphor for the snake torcs that the pagans wore, which were discarded after St. Patrick spread the Gospel.

Our stamps drawn by Guy Gondron tell the story of St. Patrick, they begin with some of the imagery related to the primitive Irish mythology and move through St. Patrick’s mission. The stamps are available at www.copicmarkerscrapbooking.com Enjoy the story our Design Team is telling with their work…

By Shelley

By Scrapbook Lynne

Colored by Guy

Colored by Guy

By Colleen, hey that's me!

By Shelley

By Scrapbook Lynne. She made a book out of the images for her grandsons, to teach them about their Irish roots!

By Jodi

By Guy

By Shelley

By Scrapbook Lynne

Tree of Life By Colleen

By Shelley

By Peggy

By Guy

By Colleen

By Jodi

By Guy

By Scrapbook Lynne

Didn’t they do a lovely job? Leave them some comment love!
Here are today’s freebies, enjoy them!

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About gallifreycraftingcompany

I love and train flying monkeys, color with copics, scrapbook what I color, read like a fiend and enjoy every minute of it. I'm a New Yorker that sought better weather, and I enjoy crafting outside by my pool and walking the beach.
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2 Responses to The Wearin’ o’ the Green (Digi Freebies)

  1. Wow – as usual, the team did an amazing job with the St. Patrick’s theme. Thank you for the great images!!!!

  2. marykay says:

    oh my that celtic shamrock digi is amazing. man I so missed that one. I saved it for next year. all of those celtic images are gorgeous. wow I’m in love

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