I reread the book for this challenge and found I had forgotten how profound it is and how worth reading it is for children of any age! It covers all the usual enthusiasm I remembered, but it is also practical and realistic about those times when you'll lose, or you'll be Left In The Lurch, or you'll be alone ... such hard times ... but wait, you've got brains in your head and feets in your shoes, so there isn't anything you can't work out or get through!
YAY! Hal E.Luya! Anything is possible!
For my congradulations card with limitless possibilities and a balloon overflowing from the car trunk, I used lots of NBUS: Papertrey Ink's "Enjoy the Ride" stamp set and die; Papertrey Ink's "Rainbow Stripes" die; tags are made with a new-to-me SU punch (I don't remember the name); the balloon is Lil' Inker's "Balloons" die. The graduation cap, diploma, and stars are Mrs. Grossman's stickers, and the sediment is made by Darnell's computer. The banner is not NBUS, but I don't remember the brand and there is a raccoon in the backyard so I can't go out to the Playhouse right now and check. It's a long story.
I used lots of snippets on my card, so I'm also linking my card with the fun challenge at Pixie's Snippets Playground.
I would love to see what card or scrapbook layout or other project (graduation party goodies?) you come up with! Besides graduations, how about for someone who is retiring, or for a newly married couple ... let's see what those brains in your head come up with! Thank you for playing along!
New Friends Corner
I'm so happy to introduce you to our newest friend, Nikki, of Graphix and Designs. Nikki has been blogging since 2009. She is a designer and an artist, both in IRL and digitally. Let's just say she is extremely talented and when you visit you will find everything from sweet to scary! It's a trip worth taking!
Thank you, Nikki, and welcome to the Playhouse!
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