Elizabeth here and guess what? It's your lucky day! Today's post will be quick ... I promise. Blink and you might miss it. Lol. Anywho, I'm trying something new so fingers crossed today is also my lucky day and that things will work out as planned.
Sure hope so. I have no Plan B.
Here's the backstory ... I needed an orange printable for my St. Patrick's Day bookshelf decor and soon discovered they were hard to find. Seems that green is the color of choice for "Lucky" themed prints ... who knew?
I bet you're asking, why orange? Well ... my ancestors were Protestant Irish, not Catholic Irish. For this reason, my mom always insisted we don the orange rather than the green (which btw made for some bruised forearms in grade school) thus my decor reflects that heritage. Plus ... orange is just yummy. Mmmm ... orange cream slushes from Sonic ... now that's some serious yummy ... but I digress ...
So since I was having no luck finding an orange printable, I decided to make one of my own. And because I like you dear readers, I'm sharing it (hopefully) with you.
It's simple. It's basic. It's my first attempt. But hey, at least I figured out how to create it in two color schemes. Yay me!
So if Plan A works, click on the image below that you would like to download and magically something should happen to allow you to do that. If it doesn't, Plan B will involve some more research and stress eating ...
Lucky Printable Orange and Green PDF.pdf
Lucky Printable Green VerB PDF.pdf
Oh ... I suppose you would like to know the size ... it should be 5x7 ... if it prints larger than that, consider it a "free gift with purchase" : ).