Laundry was done and folded and put away. That almost never happens on the same day! My house was spotless and I actually sat down and read a few pages of a library book. I grilled chicken and boiled eggs for a grilled chicken salad dinner and had that ready for everyone at 5:00 sharp. It was a little glimpse of what my life might be like if I didn't blog or stamp. Or have my own obsessions. My own life. If I'm not careful, my family might get used to it.
Here is the fourth card from class:
I think we used 53 different Stampin Up punches to make him! Not really---just six. And for those that needed a girl graduation card, they could alter it up a little bit and make her:
I encouraged my stampers to put two fingers in her left hand to make the peace sign and not create a rebellious graduate with only one finger up. But, in the end, I left it up to them. Creative license and all.
The fifth and final card was a wedding card using the To Have and To Hold set:
Tuesday's post showed you the first three cards in case you missed them.
I've had to cancel May's class but I am really excited about June's class. I'm calling it my Man Month class. We'll make all five cards manly. This will be more of a struggle for me to come up with but I think everyone will like it. It'll be something new.