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Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Snappy Birthday

Love this Explosion Card...It opens up wider but for pic purposes I didn't open it all the way. How can they retire such a cute set?I didn't know where to put the greeting so I made Mr. Crabby hold it. Solimar and I made this for my FAV BIL. Abel is married to my FAV SIL. On a crazier note. My baby Joaquin fell out of his crib...Can you say heart attack? He is okay but you better believe I took him to the ER. I put him in his crib to get his bath ready and maybe 2 minutes later I hear this HUGE bang. He didn't reaction at first and then he wailed for about 1 minute then he wanted to go to sleep. CRAZY? He is okay. Thank GOD! Not one bump or scratch...NOTHING! Solimar, my poor baby! We had to change her allergy meds as her face as been swollen and broke out in bumps since Friday. Man my little ones and I can't catch a break!

Paper: Old Olive, Whisper White, Pacific Point, Summer Sun, DSP
Ink: Stazon, Pacific Point
Stamp: Crab & Company (retired)
Accessories: Aquapainter, Dimensionals, Sponge Daubers, Chalk


Kelly said...

I'm glad the baby is alright. I did the same thing to my daughter, except she fell off the kitchen counter onto the tile floor. That was almost 10 years ago and unless it causes "smart mouth" no damaging effects! :) As far as the card goes, I agree 100%. I was so upset when they retired this!

Kelly said...

BTW, I love the new colors!

Nicole said...

Hi girly! I have always LOVED this crab! I love this explosion style card, too! SUPER!!

Jenna Cotton said...

Awe, those poor babies! This set is so darn cute, I hate that it retired, but its a fun one so its a keeper plus my son loves to make cards with this set.

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