Q. What’s the best way to catch a unique rabbit?
A. You ‘nique up on him.
Q. How do you catch a tame rabbit?
A. Tame way, unique up on it.
Wha ha ha! Any stamp set that includes the sentiment "you crack me up" deserves an irreverent approach, don't you think? I love the humor in Michelle's card, here, so I CASE'd it with my rendition.
Doesn't it kind of look like framed pictures of some crazy bird in his boxers? Like the uncle no one talks about?
Here's the inside. Pay close attention, there's a test afterwards.
So, how well have you been paying attention at Sesame Street? Can you tell which chick(s) don't look like the others?
I forgot to color in the beaks of the three chicks in the left card. I didn't even realize it until I took this picture.
The recipe is that yummy Sale-a-bration paper and ribbon, and one of my all-time favorite stamp sets, A Good Egg. The rest of the recipe:
- Cardstock: So Saffron, Sahara Sand, Basic Black, Watercolor
- Ink: Staz-on Black
- Fibers: Sale-a-bration Ribbon Bundle, Silver Cord
- Misc: So Saffron watercolor crayon, Pretty in Pink (for the cheeks) watercolor crayon, Pumpkin Pie marker for the beaks I remembered to color, silver eyelets
- Tools: 1-1/4" and 1-3/8" square punches, word window punch.
Can you stand another Easter giggle? You've probably seen this before, I know I have, but it still cracks me up every time.