Thursday, April 23, 2015

Guy Greetings: Happy Birthday Like a Sir!

When the Guy Greetings stamp set meets the Mustache Die, the monocle comes out...and I imagine if this card could talk, it would also have a stuffy British accent... (Note: the Mustache Die is retiring, and currently 50% OFF, so get yours NOW. If it doesn't come up when you click that link, it could be sold out already, sorry!)

I didn't even know this was a thing, but when I showed my daughter this card, she texted me back and said, "Like a Sir!". I thought she was just being naturally clever, but apparently she'd had a little help from the interwebs. "Like a Sir" comes from a meme I somehow missed, probably because I don't spend my life on tumblr. Hilariously enough, I made this card for my son...who plays Minecraft...and I found THIS "Like a Sir" parody when I was looking up the meme. So, for the inside of this card, I'll now have to write "Celebrate Like a Sir!". Ahhhh, synchronicity.

Stampin' Supplies: Guy Greetings stamp set, Mustache Die, Typeset Designer Series Paper, Vellum Cardstock, Basic Black Cardstock, Very Vanilla Cardstock, Transfer Adhesive Sheets (to attach vellum), Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad (of course, because a sir wears a tuxedo!), Ornate Tag Punch, 3/4" Circle Punch, 1" Circle Punch, 1/8" Basic Black Tafetta Ribbon (different from the one shown), 1/8" Gold Ribbon, Mini Glue Dots, Stampin' Dimensionals.

By the way, the mustache and monocle design was not my original idea. It was shared by a fellow demonstrator, on a demonstrators-only gallery called Stampin' Connection, which is hosted by Stampin' Up!. Just another of the exclusive perks you can enjoy when you Become a Demonstrator!

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