Sunday, October 16, 2011

A Wee *giggle* for a Fall Sunday

My husband has a habit of dramatically whipping of his glasses when he need to see something up close. I admit it drives me crazy! Just go get your eyes checked for crying out loud!!! He insists it will have to be a special day with a daytime appointment, blah blah blah. I see right through him and know it's one more discouraging sign for him that he's getting older and he's procrastinating since the optometrists hours are very generous including evening appointment times. He's going to need bifocals and we both know it.


I found this sentiment from Create with TLC and expressed my delight with one very unflattering, loud honking laugh. It was a must have from Paulette's Word Art category! My design was inspired from this week's Teapot Tuesday challenge on SCS. I opted for a man card (required) with black vertical stripes. I don't have any fishing anything that was another part of the challenge which I hope wasn't required.

Have a super day!!!

stamps; word art (create with TLC)
paper; black tie (basic grey), raven, white canvas (bazzill)
accessories; labels 18, reverse wonky rectangles, symbology (spellbinders), ribbon, buttons (basic grey)

7 comments:

CreatewithTlc said...

I love this card....it is so classy.
Thank you for playing in the hop.
Paulette,
TlcCreations

Tracey T said...

Actually Loretta this sentiment probably applies to me too! I spend quite a lot of time with my glasses tilted up so that I can look down to read something! Love your card - the black and white is so stylish and makes a lovely contrast with the very funny sentiment. Tracey x

Carla S. said...

This is fabulous, Loretta! Love the funny sentiment! I'm going to have to get that one from Paulette! Great choice of papers to go with!

Conniecrafter said...

Terrific masculine card, my hubby too has always had great vision, but lately needs reading glasses and it is so hard for him to accept, what is it with these guys

Sara I. said...

Wow, this is fabulous!! LOVE the simple yet elegant feel. Awesome use of Paulette's sentiment! Thanks for sharing your talent with us at TLC!
~hugs
Sara, TLC DT

Stamping Becky said...

Very elegant and clever! This is an awesome guy card.

Shelly Schmidt said...

Love the DSP and the cut-out you used to frame the sentiment. Great masculine card!

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