Good Friday morning!   Smiley from millan.net   First things first.  The Rubbernecker Blog Stroll goes until noon today.  If you haven’t taken the stroll and celebrated with the Red-Hot Mommas you still have time!  It has been such a joy working with Kittie’s new releases, Kittie Kits “Cause a Scene” – Country Life!  I have thoroughly enjoyed working with the Country Life Scenes and seeing what the other Red-Hot Mommas have done with them.  Quite frankly, they have outdone themselves!  Way to go girls!! Smiley from millan.net

I was so busy yesterday behind the scenes, that I wasn’t going to stamp last night and just relax.  THEN, after dinner an amazing thing happened  . . . I had a brainstorm!  You don’t even have to ask, YES it hurt!

Before I tell you my idea, I will warn you  . . . Smiley from millan.net alert.

There I was lolling on the couch getting ready to watch Survivor when it hit me!  I could take the rooster from the Chicken Coop Scene and make a birthday card.  Not just any birthday card, but one that you could add a little humor too.  Are you ready?

KKitsRoosterHappyBirthday

Now here’s where it gets tricky . . . on the inside you could write:  Shake Your Tail Feathers, Strut your Stuff, You’re still Cock of the Walk, Cluck You, COCK-a-doodle-doo, You old Cock, Cluck Off  . . . well, I’m sure you get the idea!  Anything you can imagine will work!

Here’s what was used in the making of this card:

  • Stamps:  Kittie Kit Cause a Scene Chicken Coop SKU:KKCS S007 and Kittie Kit Cause a Scene Out Door Master SKU:KKCS M001; and Happy Birthday, USA Sentiment; all from Rubbernecker Stamps
  • Paper:  Prism Tawny Medium and Crabapple Dark; 7 Gypsies Gypsy Market; Strathmore Watercolor
  • Ink:  Ranger Archival Jet Black and Walnut Stain, Vintage Photo, Shabby Shutters, Peeled Paint, Antique Linen, Fired Brick, Aged Mahogany, Faded Jeans and Broken China Distress
  • Accessories:  Spellbinders Small and Large Deckled Edged Rectangles and Large Petite Oval Nestabilities; Ranger Glossy Accents; Venture Foam Tape, Tsukineko Sponge Dauber; Koi Water Brushes; May Arts Ribbon; Vintage Button, Brads

I suppose that’s all for today.  Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a great day!

13 Responses to “I Truly Couldn’t Help Myself!”

  1. OMGosh! You are truly ‘struttin’ your stuff!
    I’m lovin’ it! Yes, I am!

  2. OMG!! Your “sentiments” are HILARIOUS!! BWHHAHAAAA (oh, stop!! It’s too early here for this much amusment! )

  3. Oh Sherry, only you could have come up with those sentiments! They’re perfect though! I love them!

  4. Honey you are so right! I love the Strut your Stuff for a Graduation card! THis is a great set — lots of ideas — the rooster, hen and chicks for a new addition (baby) card — the older kids can enjoy the card too because they’re on it!

  5. Classic Sherry on the outside….Bad Sherry on the inside!! Perfect combination!!

  6. love the design of your card! truly wonderful! and what fun sentiments you came up with! :) have a great weekend!

  7. I LOVE it Sherry!

  8. That is too funny….I love humorous cards…thats mostly the kind I make!!!

  9. Love your ideas for the sentiments….we joke that my dearly beloved’s dad is a little rooster crazy…they can be found adorning all sorts of things in the house. This sort of card would be just perfect for him!

  10. Oh my Sherry, you are just so BAD & NAUGHTY :)

    ……………….. I LOVE IT! …………………………….
    HeHeHaHaHeHeHAHA

  11. Love it, great job on the coloring and perfect papers!

  12. Superb card and I love the ideas for the inside comments too.

    You have a terrific sence of humour heheheh

    Hugs

    Billie

  13. […] one of my Kittie Kits, but alas, he’s not much of a farm type person.  Then I remembered this post from Sherry, and decided to go with her great idea!  I used this weeks CPS sketch – CPS113 […]

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