Lucky Money

I took a break and tried to get my creative juices flowing again after all the madness of having something for everyday of the week for Dr. Seuss and the contest.  I’m ready to move on again and get to making things!!

I realized that I was running out of time to create for St. Patrick’s Day, so that’s what I got to work on first!!  This is a set of 2-part cards called Lucky Money.  The amount on the pot of gold is matched to that value in coins.  These go up to 99¢ and use quarters, dimes, nickles, and pennies.

The coins are © US Mint.  Graphics and background © A-Manda Creation with permission.

Here’s a thumbnail view of some of the cards….

If you’re interested these 2-part cards, just….

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4 thoughts on “Lucky Money

  1. Elaine,
    I love this! It’s too hard for my kids this year, but should be perfect for next year.
    I’m saving it… Thank you!
    Jan

    • What exactly do you need at a kindergarten level?? I can definitely make you something. Just let me know and I’ll see what I can do.

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