Sunday, 1 June 2014

Paper Bag Guildy

Today as I was breakfasting, the Lady Commander of Copics came into the dining hall wearing a paper bag over her head. I couldn’t contain my laughter and spit out the coffee I had just drank when she sat down across from me.
“What is with the bag, sister?” I said, trying to contain my giggles.
“I woke up this morning with a horrid rash over my face. I have tried all the salves we have and nothing is working. I think it was those inkta plants we walked through whilst questing yesterday.”
“It’s just me and the house gnomes here. I’m not going to judge you. You actually look more ridiculous wearing that paper bag,” I stated.
“But the Duke of Dies is coming today and I should hate for him to see my skin blemished. What if he doesn’t like me anymore?” she whined. 

This card was made using a paper bag (like a regular lunch sack) as the base, which to me, makes the sentiment even funnier. The paper bag image was stamped with a Unity Stamp from the “Ol’ Bag of Fun” Kit of the Month. The Happy Birthday was stamped using the Mark’s Finest Paper “Celebrate Mini” and the bottom sentiment came from that same Unity kit. Some googley eyes and a little bow finished off the paper bag. I then adhered it to the card using pop dots for some extra dimension and +364 dimensional XP points which allowed me to level up that skill!

On the inside I stamped the top sentiment using the There She Goes “Wilbur” set and the bottom one from the Unity “Ol’ Bag of Fun” kit. The top sentiment worked on a couple different levels. It’s like, “well you’re old, but don’t worry about your looks, it’s what’s inside you that matter.” But it’s also like, “I made you this snarky card, but it’s what’s inside the card that counts”...

Ta-da! A gift card. I made a little gift card holder panel to slide into the side of the paper bag. The bottom panel was stamped using an image from the “Ol’ Bag of Fun” kit and the sentiment is from the Lawn Fawn “Winter Gifts” set.

This bag will crumple into the following challenges:

I was concerned when I heard the Duke of Dies would be coming here after what had happened last time. I hastily left the dining hall to contact the Guardian of Glitter. We would have to set up a protective spell around the Guild Hall if that fiend would be coming here. Perhaps he would be able to redeem himself from his previous actions...or perhaps we may have to slay him once and for all.

~ Guild Master Crystal ~

11 comments:

Karen C said...

How fun! Very creative combining the sentiment and situation with the paper bag! Thanks for joining us at Incy Wincy!
Hugs,
Karen

CRAZYCRAFTSHED said...

Fabulous and fun card thank you for joining us this week at Crafty Catz
hugs Dianne xx (DT)

Donna said...

Hee Hee that is AWESOME!!! I love that you used a brown paper bag for the base...and that sentiment is just perfect!! Thanks for playing joining the snarky sisterhood for the "R is for Ribbon" challenge!!

Lindsey said...

Genius to use a paper bag as your card base! And you can never go wrong with googly eyes. Super card! Thanks for joining the fun at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!

cheiron said...

So cute! Thank you so much for playing along in the Anything Goes Challenge this week over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog :)

Elizabeth Hart said...

What a fun card - I love the eyes that you added. Thanks so much for joining us this week at the Pile it On Challenge, Elizabeth

Mad Moose said...

Such a cute card and I love the gift card compartment. Thanks for sharing it with us this week at Crafty Catz. Naomi x

Karen Schroeder said...

Fantastic paper bag card...fun googly eyes! Thanks for joining the R is for Ribbon Challenge at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!

caroline said...

great fun card, thank you for joining us at craftitude, good luck
caroline dt

Pat (mspfd) said...

Sensational fun and creative design. I love the image and sentiment. Great, LOL, funny card!

Jacqui Robinson said...

What a cute image really fun thanks for sharing Jacqui from Craftitude

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