Most people don't realize this earlier edition also had a cartoon father dating back to '02 and he is the subject of today's class. His name was "Rugs Bunny" and he proved to be incapable of withstanding the fame associated with being a popular cartoon figure.
Here, in a rare photo taken before his commitment, we see Rugs with his tummy fully distended and his jelly bean crack half gone from the jar.
I'm sorry you had to see that, but I have decided that part of my legacy as a blogger is to bring you the true history of these images. We have previously talked about how every family has "that" relative and how we all like to pretend that we aren't really related to them. But, in fact, we are.
As we've heard in Dr. Phil Osophy's class, we wouldn't be where we are today without navigating those painful ruts in the road we've encountered and peeling the stinky onions we've been handed. Along the same molar plane, I believe that all of our ancestors played a role in shaping who we are today.
I should write that down.
My card consists of four stamps, a bit of fussy cutting, and a bit of coloring and glossing.
- Addicted to Stamps and More, photo inspiration:
- Crafting With Dragonflies - Easter ~ card or anything
- Pixie's Snippets Playground where all you need to enter is the use of snippets on your card. I stamped my two images on scraps and then fussy cut them. And what's this I hear about a platypus?!
- Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Easter and/or Sweet Treats
New Friends Corner
We have four new friends today! I'm so happy they have joined us! Please meet:
Chrysalis of Teddy Wares and Flutterbies. As the name of her blog suggests, Chris loves teddy bears and butterflies. She also loves all things crafty, DIY projects, and gardening and she flits from one to the other like a butterfly. Blogging since 2010, Chris has lots of creations, inky and otherwise, waiting to inspire you!
Stephanie Poteet of Urban Cream Pie. Stephanie is brand new to blogging and I'd love for you to visit and welcome her to Blogland! I am not a Google+ member, so I can't follow her back or comment, but maybe she won't mind adding the blogger button for those of us who prefer to follow that way. Stephanie, will you please email me; my address is on my profile page. Thank you!
Mrs. Duck of The Duck's Doodahs (tales from a happy crafter). Do you get the feeling Mrs. Duck might be related to me? In a good way, I mean, not like one of those relatives! Mrs. Duck has been making cards since 2012 and blogging since 2013, which can't be easy without fingers. You would never know it, judging by her beautiful cards! She has just posted a wonderful array of her favorite cards from her first year of blogging, so you will have a lovely lineup when you click over for a visit!
Rachel of My Crafty Life. Rachel has been blogging since 2010 and making cards since 2004 when someone showed her how to heat emboss. I agree with you, Rachel, it is magic! Like so many of you, Rachel also makes jewelry, knits, and crochets, but her first love is rubber stamping! She is very talented and her CAS cards will dazzle you!
Thank you, ladies, and welcome to the Playhouse!!
I may not be posting much for the next several days before and after Easter, depending on how things go. Like so many of you, we have company coming for Easter and the weather is sweet. I am throwing open the sashes, getting in the corners, and under the beds. And that's just playtime. After that I'll tackle deep cleaning and plant some spring bloomage. I love this time of year!
Enjoy your day! No, seriously, enjoy. LITS!*
|Paper||PTI white; Life Style Crafts watercolor|
|Stamps||Bunny and jar by OOB Mostly Animals;|
sediment by Hero Arts;
jelly bean by "Stamps by Judith"
|Ink||SU markers; WOS|
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