I pretty much feel the way this owl looks...
He has that "whatever" tired look that I am so feeling after that nice long weekend. And with my trip to Austin just two days away, I am so not even somewhat capable of doing any actual work.
Over the weekend, I got this little owl stamp over at our local stamp store because they were having a big sale and this little guy was only $2!! How can you not buy it if it is only $2?? Plus, it was screaming for me to make a card with it and send it over to my buddy, Elizabeth, she really digs the owl.
I get this little guy home and don't know what the heck to do with him. What could an owl card say really? And look at this particular owl, doesn't look overly happy, does he? Like he would wish someone a happy day??!!
So he's saying hoot. That's it. hoot. Like a hello in owl-ease. And I cut the stupid brown oval myself and it looks wonky and weird, but I needed an oval and didn't have the right size template, so I just have to deal with it. That's how life goes. hoot.
At the big sale, thanks Connie for telling me about it, I also got a bunch of patterned paper (american crafts!!) for only 10 cents a sheet. Mind you, I bought some of this exact same paper for 79 cents a week before at the Archivers so I was delighted and peeved all at the same time.
Lucky me found a couple more A muse stamps and they were selling everything else in the store for 20% off, so that was good and I picked up another new stamp that just screamed "buy me, buy me" so you will be seeing a lot of that one as well.
Snapped just a few photos of family at a cookout on Sunday and I saw the new Pirate movie yesterday and besides the fact that it was so damn long, I was entertained.
See this kid....
Still making all A's and B's.
Polished all my silver jewlery this weekend because he thought it was fun.
And has the sharpest tongue in the midwest.
Oh well, three out of four ain't bad.
Card details: Stamp - A muse, Patterned Paper - Paper Adventures, Ribbon - Archiver's, White Signo Gel Pen, Black Glaze Pen, Prisma Pencils, tiny alphabet stamps.