hELLO! hOW'S YOUR WEEKEND GOING?
oY ... don't you hate it when your cap locks is on when you don't want it to be?
If I need a hamster running the wheel in my head to help me focus, then I fingered for sure Santa needed his own hamster (or, in this case, a Christmouse) to help him keep everything straight, what with the ginormous lists of boys and girls and addresses and calories imbibed slurping the milk and munching the cookies ... Why I imagine if he didn't have a hamster/mouse he'd get all distracted and possibly stop off at a fly-in movie theater all night. That would not be good.
You might ask what the deal is with the motley fur on Santa's hat. Well, he forgot to put his hat in the laundry, so Mrs. Claus had to pull an old one out of the donation box which had yellowed with age. Wait. What? The donation box had yellowed with age or the hat had yellowed with age? I wish I was better at parsnipping my sentences.
The little reindeer seen on my card photo-bombing Santa is obviously NOT Rudolph. He is the lesser-known, but impish, Ruben, who's claim to fame is his uncanny likeness to the adorable Katie Couric!
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|Stamps||The Alley Way Stamps "Santa Paws"|
SU reindeer, set unknown
|Ink||SU real red; Versafine onyx black|
Markers: SU real red, basic black, basic grey, smoky slate, pink pirouette, Marvy pale pink
|Accessories||Liquid Applique; googly eyes from stash; Wink of Stella|
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