Serious readers may have the day off, because this is sort of silly. ;)
I was really wanting to use chevrons in a card for my next workshop since they are all the rage right now. While I didn't get inspired that direction, I WAS inspired to make another card. Many of you will get the connection right away, lol...so here it is!
I haven't thought of Charlie Brown's shirt in ages, so the fact that this popped into my head just helps me believe that I really haven't forgotten as much as I thought. I hope you have a good laugh with me over this one! So fun!
I also learned a valuable lesson while making this card--don't delete pics too quickly! You see, I wasn't crazy about the way I wrote the words, "Good Grief," at first. I decided to use a little trick to cover it up by placing a piece of cardstock right on top of the mistake. I used to have a picture of what it looked like before, but erased it too quickly--could have used it as a before/after mistake picture. Oh well, you still get the idea. That is really just one of the many ways you can correct a mistake on a card you are making. Maybe I can do a series of posts on how to cover up mistakes? Hmmmmm....