I looked at it, and my English-major mind, which sees Christ figures and phallic symbols everywhere, burst out laughing. It wasn't Christ I was seeing on that cover. Some arrow-shaped designs are, shall we say, unfortunate. The artist blushed bright red and said, "Obviously, you see it."
What has been seen cannot be unseen.
She completely redesigned the cover.
This memory came to mind last weekend as I was trying to grab a little inspiration from this picture on Pinterest.
Perhaps you see the issue? I didn't, until I made my card, and immediately, I saw a breast...a breast with a heart-shaped pasty. All that's missing is the tassel.
Perhaps it's the pink. Perhaps it's the English-major mind that can't look at pears without giggling. But truly, how can I send this card to anyone now? Seriously. "Here I am, sending you a loving boob card! Enjoy!"
Hey! Another thought just popped into my head. Perhaps the card shows a breast pressed in the mammography machine, with one of those little nipple stickers made fun by light-hearted mammography techs. Maybe I could send it to my sister to remind her to get her girls squished! Love your ta-tas!
stamps: My Favorite Things Party Patterns, Clearly Besotted A Little Sentimental
ink: Hero Arts
paper: Papertrey white, unknown pink (maybe StampinUp pomegranate), StampinUp black
accessories: large circle punch, heart punch, dimensional