A masculine card can be made for my more feminine friends as well. This card could go either way. In fact, I should’ve had Ann post the different ideas she had for doing the focal point. She and my buddy Donna had a little discussion about it yesterday.
What do YOU think? I like this card just the way it is, but you could tweak it without taking it all apart and that would be fine and dandy too. Just click on the picture if it’s not big enough. I’ll get my little gremlins to push a little window out with a slightly larger view.
Yes, Ann & Donna did over 40 cards yesterday. Busy, they were! I helped by chewing up a sponge to get their attention. Ann came out into the living room and noticed that my tail wasn’t doing it’s usual wag. I guess hiding it between my legs (if it was long enough to make it there!) She’s only seen that a couple times in my short life. Since she didn’t see me pull out the sock, I’d gone into the stamp room and found an errant sponge and made mincemeat of it.
I can’t believe she didn’t hear me! But that lack of attention was my motivation. Guess I’ve been a little needy lately.
Here are some things to add to your wish list or shopping cart if you’d like to make this card. The links believe AND the pictures below that take you to some additional information so you’ll be able to shop to your hearts content. Remember that Ann does gift certificates for those of you who want something you REALLY like under the tree. Have your favorite person contact her soon by calling 530-674-5090 or emailing her at [email protected] so we can get you taken care of in the manner you deserve.
- Christmas Messages Wood #131790 Clear Mount #131793
- Season of Style Designer Series Paper #132340
- Circles Collection Framelits #130911
- Deco Labels Collection Framelits #130102
- Burlap Ribbon #132140
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