It has been a busy week here in the land of Just Jingle! If you haven't already, check out Monday's post and yesterday's post for a couple of GREAT giveaways! GOOD STUFF, guys! GOOD, freaking, STUFF!
Do you have any fabulous plans for the weekend? I am vaguely considering cleaning my studio tonight...or at least the desk. We shall see. It needs it more than a fish needs water at the moment. FOR. Reals. Just say'n.
I made a fun graduation card for The Hubbums' cousin. Due to the fact that he is male and, well, graduating from high school, I was a wee tad bit concerned about creating a card that was neither childish nor girly. You see, while I'm not one on that whole "blue is for boys and pink is for girls" line, I know this kid. He's not the okay-with-flowers-and-butterflies type! HA! So...this is what I came up with:
The base of the card is kraft cardstock...'cause men like the color of wood. Yeah. That's it. HA! WHERE do I GET these things??? LOL! The white grid paper is Scenic Route (*moment of silence for that loss, please*). I LOVE their lined and grid papers and I will miss them SOOO much! Good thing I had a small stash hoarded away! The green patterned papers are Cosmo Cricket. I have to say, I wouldn't have normally put those together, but since that is the back and front of the same SHEET I figured I'd give it a shot, and you know what...it works! (At least I think it does. Smile and nod. Smile. And. Nod. HA!) The image and border stickers are Cosmo Cricket, too. Thank you BOYFRIEND collection!!!! And the Alphabet stickers are Crate Paper. LOVE the font for this card!
And this is the inside! Cuteness!!!! Well, MANLY cuteness, that is! (read that "manly" part in a deep voice, K? K. Thanks.)
Sooooo....that's my super fun, super cute MANLY graduation card! I hope he likes it!
As for me, this weekend....I plan on, well, as I said, possible doing something about the tornado that hit my studio (It was called Tornado Jingle...huh. Fancy that. HA!) and then on Saturday I'm gonna go hang out with my Mom in the morning, hit some yard sales and go to a Tastefully Simple party. Sunday is totally a hang with The Hubbums day! I might do a little creating in there, too, if I get a chance! How about you? What are your plans?