I have 4 boys. I also have a Silhouette and a Pinterest account. Couldn't pass this one up. I know it's not perfectly arched, but I'm sure the boys don't care. This saying adorns the 1/2 bath downstairs, as well as the boys' bathroom upstairs. Not sure the subtle hint is working, but I tried.
Oh how much I've needed to hear this all week.
Thank you to Beth for a very insightful and thought-provoking post. More cards to come soon. *I found out that Mother Teresa did not, in fact, say this, but I wish I know who did.
Hello again. I'm just briefly coming up for air after hiding from the freight train of the end of the school year. Graduation, birthdays, camping trips, and Father's Day--all in the same week? Um, okay.
Anyway, here is a Father's Day card for my dad (and a twin one for my FIL). I love this World Map stamp! This also qualifies for this week's CAS-ual Fridays challenge, using maps. Yahoo!
Stamped on white cardstock in Versamark, then heat embossed in white. Then I used Distress inks to sponge on the color. Love this look!
The inside of the card says, "Dad, Grandpa, Father-in-law. Happy Father's Day!"
Paper: PTI Kraft, White Ink: Versamark, Distress Inks--Faded Jeans, Shabby Shutters Stamps: PTI World Map, World's Greatest Other: PTI Double-ended banner die
I'm finally throwing my hat in the ring for this week's Muse Challenge. What I really loved about this card was the masked circle and the white "frame" around the flowers. I took the liberty of making it horozontal, monochromatic and bold. I forgot how much I love PTI's Giga Guide Lines.
Here's Virginia Lu's inspiration card:
Thanks for looking! Paper: PTI White, MFT Steel GreyInk: SU Pink Passion, Versafine OnyxStamps: PTI Think Big Favorites, Giga Guide Lines Other: Nestabilities circle, masking paper