Doodlebug Lots O luck pillow boxes

Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone!  Are you ready for a little rainbow inspired project?

About 20 or so years ago, my parent came back from a holiday with a little gift for me.  It was a little stamp and stamp pad from a vendor who was selling them at a craft fair.  I had always been a crafty person, but this was the first time that I had used stamps.  It didn’t take long for the collection to begin.

So you can imagine my excitement when Doodlebug announced the release of a whole line or adorable stamps to coordinate with their collections!  I think I squealed.  No, I know I squealed!  Truth be told, I already had my marker collection organized by the ones that coordinated with Doodlebug colours and those that did not and I may have considered taking a day off of work so I could just spend it colouring!

After playing with a few of the sets, these little pillow boxes became my first completed project with the new stamps.

I coloured them up to match the amazing rainbow striped paper in the collection and added them to some simple pillow boxes made out of citrus and grasshopper coloured textured cardstock.

I decided that these would be perfect as party favours for my daughter’s upcoming birthday, so I used a sentiment from the “flower girl” stamp set for the “thanks”, and added an adorable rainbow heart sprinkle to each to finish it off.

I really love these stamps and I know you will too!  Here’s to an ever growing stamp collection now populated with some of the cutest ones around!

For details on the product used, pop on over to the Doodlebug Blog!  Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Thanks for stopping by!


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