Friday, June 19, 2009

HHH: Parker's Eviction Notice

I actually made this card LAST week for the Limelight sketch challenge. When I uploaded it to SCS, I jokingly called it an eviction notice for Parker and it worked! Wow! Maybe Angela should tell people about how her stamps can induce labor! ;)

I used Unity's Little Me. That's me and Parker on the card. Well, it would be if I was more stick like. The designer paper is some that my friend Dawn sent me. I pulled the color scheme from the paper in the middle. I thought purple would be ok to use even though Parker is a boy since the purple is for me. :)

Happy weekend everyone!

17 comments:

  1. "Eviction notice"...LMBO!!! I gotta tell that one to all my preggo friends!

    Love your card, Ashley - and I think purple is fine for boys! =D

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  2. Love this! And how cute, an eviction notice! LOL.

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  3. super card and very funny about the eviction notice. what a great way of phrasing it.

    hugs,

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  4. That is so funny!!! You are so creative!! Love the colors! Hope all is well!

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  5. So cute! I can't help looking at the post below with Parker's photo.

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  6. Very cute card and I hope you and Parker are doing well he is just adorable.

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  7. I wish I knew this labor inducing trick when I was nine days late with my first!! Congrats on that new baby, your card is adorable :)

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  8. Super cute card! I think purple is fine... after all, he's wrapped in green which is boyish. :)

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  9. Your card is adorable, but that title made me LOL! ;)

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  10. LOVE IT! Those colors are perfect.

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  11. I am glad you got to use the paper. it's adorable!

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  12. Love your card and congrats again on the new little bugger! He's adorable!

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  13. Love the "Eviction Notice"! Great card Ashley and congrats on your little sweet pea!

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  14. Cute card, and congrats on your little one, no matter how traumatic it was!

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