Disclaimer: This does not have the same meaning as "You must be so proud" which we southerners say and is not necessarily the most sincere thing and is basically used to shut you up.
Conversant #1: My daughter, who graduated from high school at 12 and went to Harvard and graduated from law school at 16, just married the brilliant brain surgeon/bank vice president and pro golfer and moved into a million dollar mansion on the beach in Tahiti which they now own.
Southern Belle Coversant #2: You must be so proud. (Which really means, "shut up, I'm sick of hearing your mouth".)
I'm so mean. Crafters are generally nice people....but we southerners can have a little streak hidden behind sweetness! Beware of the southerner! LOL!
Now...onto my card. "So Proud of You". Not the same...trust me.
I just placed an order to There She Goes Stamps...placed the order on Saturday (a week ago) and received it on Wednesday! Wow...fast shipping. The stamps are just awesome quality...they stamp beautifully!
I used the World's Best set to make this card:
I used Cosmo Cricket papers "Joy Ride" which is an older line but I still have some scraps from a 6x6 pad...I think this works so well for another hard for me to do masculine card!
This stamp set also has coordinating dies. The ribbon was embossed with some black embossing powder...the banner was cut with the die. and I just looped the ends over the Papertrey Ink twine and used my little Tiny Attacher by Tim Holtz to secure the little flags. A small Fiskars thumb punch was used for the little stars.
The center of the ribbon was punched out with a Martha Stewart punch.
And below you can see the little pinking shear look which was done with a Papertrey Ink die.
And what am I proud of??? My son found a full time job and started work last Monday! Yay!
Today I am off to crop with some friends. I went down to my craftroom last night to pack up for my day with the ladies and ended up getting distracted and made this card instead. LOL! So now I am unprepared and disorganized! Definitely not proud of that!
I entered this in the Simon Says Stamp Anything Goes Challenge.