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    My son in law want to be is short and has been called Leprechaun by class mates for years. Matter of fact he has a clover leaf on the back window of his blazer.
    his first name is colby

    So this is my idea.. Make a pattern of a Leprechaun holding some cheese.

    So what do you all think?

    I have searched Google for a good picture of a leprechaun to make a pattern out of.. they are so so.. so if it doesnt work out .. I wont make one.


    dale

  • #2
    I love the idea.
    Use Google image search and try putting the word clipart after Leprechaun
    CAЯL HIRD-RUTTEЯ
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    • #3
      Originally posted by dale

      So this is my idea.. Make a pattern of a Leprechaun holding some cheese.


      dale
      I'm missing something her I'm sure - why cheese?
      Ian

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      • #4
        Colby is a type of cheese and the future son inlaws name
        CAЯL HIRD-RUTTEЯ
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        • #5
          Very creative idea, want to see what you come up with.
          Troy

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          • #6
            Originally posted by CanadianScroller
            Colby is a type of cheese and the future son inlaws name
            Thanks Carl - I'd never heard of Colby cheese. Don't think it travels to the UK ..lol Just looked it up and it says it's mild - so off my shopping list anhow - i like cheese with taste ...
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            • #7
              I hate spam with a passion.
              Diane
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              • #8
                dale. google image notre dame logo . Also try craft or party supply store for left over St. Pats day stuff. My wife gets stuff all the time for her classroom door . hope it helps ya . I'll keep looking Dean'O

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Dragon
                  I hate spam with a passion.
                  Diane
                  Actually, canned spam isn't that bad.
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