The stamp used on this card makes me laugh out loud.
How often do we actually laugh so loudly that people stop what they are doing and stare at us? For some people, like me, that is probably more often than for others but that is not the topic of today's post.
The stamp is from River City Rubber Works (remember that sale I mentioned a couple of days ago?? Yep, I took advantage of it). In case your image is blurry, this is what it says:
May those who love us, love us.
And those who don't love us, may God turn their hearts.
If He doesn't turn their hearts, may He turn their ankles so we will know them by their limping.
Oh. my. word. That is too funny. I don't know why though. I don't know why that strikes me as hilarious. Maybe because it starts out serious and lyrical and ends up sarcastic and tongue in cheek?
I'm not even sure who I would mail this card to or why. Maybe my sister or my sister in law. They would understand. They understand what makes me laugh. They definitely would not be limping if this 'prayer' was answered. They love me. At least that is how it appears.
The little flower brad in the corner is from Stampin Up. They have some great embellishments and I can't wait to see what the new catalog (available soon--do you need a copy?? email me) offers.
The flowers in the lower corner are from the retiring set Ginormous Flowers. I hate to see that set go but I have already seen a new set that is quite similar so it is OK. The Old Olive card base is embossed with the Cuttlebug folder Divine Swirls. The strip of Riding Hood Red checkered paper is from the Bella Rose DP.