I went to Romania this summer and one of the ladies who went with us is from Romania. She has been in the States since she was 15 and while we were gone (because it took us 4 days instead of 2 to get there) she told us the story of her and her husband. It involved a "coupon" (a gift certificate). There was a single guy on the trip, another single lady, myself, (and others) who all heard this story. It cracks me up everytime I hear it. She had the brilliant idea to give a "coupon" to the guy with the intention of him using it to take Cindy (the other single girl) out to dinner (there's so much more to this story). She called me last weekend and asked me to make a card for the occasion. On the inside I included a pic of Cindy because she (the one buying the card) was just going to put her name with a little flip up piece of paper. I also used my PaperTrey Paper Tray stamps (thanks Jill) for part of the sentiment. I had a lot of fun with this and there's not a lot of stamping but I just laugh when I think about it.
Date: Wednesday, July 25, 2007 GMT Views: 234
Registered: February 13, 2007 Location: Betwixt & between Posts: 1653
Wed, Jul 25, 2007 @ 7:43 PM
You having fun putting this together is what important as well as the card itself! I'm glad you had fun! I hope your friend will like it as much as you had fun with it (I hope I said that right :o))!!
There is no right or wrong in stamping. It's all about perception, from the stamper to those receiving the card. Being creative, having fun, being a blessing to a friend is stamping in its purest form.
------------------------------ Roberta Use it up, wear it out, make due or do without.