Before I show you today's card, I want to share the box wrappers of my latest Papertrey order.
Be still, my heart. Aren't they beautiful. Just beautiful! So much potential, so much stampilicious goodness!
So why, when I was adding these to my stamp catalog, did I experience pangs of what-do-you-think-you're-doing-buying-more-stamps-don't-you-have-enough-already?
But I got over it.
Today's card uses an older PTI set that I don't use enough. Sue Berker was kind enough to send me some die cuts to go with it, but Daisy ate them...ate them like candy, leaving only a small piece of the plastic bag behind as proof of her crime.
Dogs. They just don't get it, do they?
I didn't need die cuts here, though, because this card is totally, completely flat. Please note with amazement the use of five colors on one card...it doesn't even need any bling, does it?
I love this sentiment used in this context...but I can't help but think of a hold-up, or the gunfight at the O. K. Corral, or Sheriff Woody in Toy Story. Sort of a sinister meaning if you want to send the card to someone starting a new endeavor or graduating from college or high school.
So that's my question for you, today. Are there any sentiments that you use even though they bother you slightly? Please do share.
stamps: Papertrey Ink
accessories: corner chomper, post-it for mask