Can you believe it's already March??? Me either! This year is flying by already. I'm so excited for spring and I'm super excited to host this month's inspiration challenge. I'm not Irish, nor am I Catholic, but I LOVE St. Patrick's day! It's such a fun and festive time of year- looking forward towards spring and not even a glance back towards the cold days of winter. Traditionally, four-leaf clovers are associated with St. Patrick's Day, but they appear in centuries-old legends as symbols of good luck. I'd like to inspire you all to create a layout for good luck! You are not required to use anything specific, but whatever you use, you MUST use FOUR of them. For example: 4 papers 4 journal cards 4 photos 4 elements (they do not have to be the same element, so 4 of any element) 4 lines of journaling ******JUST TO BE CLEAR: anything you use, you MUST use FOUR of them***** Here is my LO: 4 photos, 4 papers, 4 floral stickers, and 4 lines of journaling (I counted the title as the first line) Please remember the monthly challenge rules: Your page must contain at least 75% Lilypad product. Your page should be posted to the Lilypad Gallery and then linked to the Challenge Layouts thread so it can be tracked, and to this thread. The Lilypad uses a percent system for our challenges; the number of challenges you participate in determines the store discount you will receive at the end of the month: 2 challenges = 10% off 4 challenges = 20% off 6 challenges = 30% off If you complete 7 challenges, you will receive a coupon for 30% off, plus you will be entered to win a guest spot on the Lilypad Creative Team! The first seven challenges will be posted on the first of the month; the eighth challenge is the BYOC challenge, which is posted on BYOC release day. Each page counts for one challenge (you cannot use one layout for multiple challenges). More fun facts about four-leaf clovers: There are approximately 10,000 three-leaf clovers for every "lucky" four-leaf clover. There are no clover plants that naturally produce four leaves, which is why four-leaf clovers are so rare. The leaves of four-leaf clovers are said to stand for faith, hope, love, and luck. It's often said that Ireland is home to more four-leaf clovers than any other place, giving meaning to the phrase "the luck of the Irish."