Saturday, June 06, 2009

New Home

My sister moved into her new house today. I'll be going home in a month, so I'll see it soon it enough, but I wanted to send a card.

This card is one of my very favorite cards, which is unusual, because it has glitter on it - and I really dislike glitter. However, I love the chandelier. I've got a thing for them lately (and lately they seem to be showing up everywhere) so I'm able to get my fix without having to purchase any of them...well except this card.

This is the person who designed this card. I found this particular card at the Fresh Market, which is a grocery store. They have just one small rack of cards and I buy one card nearly everytime I go. They are fabulous.

This is one of the things I wrote on the inside of the card. That's my handwriting :) I found this at Housewarming Quotes and it was perfect for my sister. I hope she doesn't read this, I just tucked the card in the mail today. Chances are she's going to be really busy unpacking boxes for the next few days/weeks to be reading my blog so I'm not too worried.

I really like my handwriting. I have many different handwriting styles but with the super fine clickable Sharpies on a nice smooth paper, it usually turns out just like this. I think it's really easy to read, hope that's the case when you read it!

Hope you have a fabulous weekend.


Kathy McCreedy said...

HI! You have truly lovely handwriting! Just stopped by to say hello and say thank you for your very kind comments over at my blog... it's been great fun getting to see so many post related cards and stamps, hasn't it?!? I hope your sis loves her card and your sentiments. Thank you again, all my best, Kathy

Keetha Broyles said...

Oh I LOVE the quote and I think Red Green would approve too!!!

Kirby3131 said...

Kathy - Thanks!! and hello! :)

Keetha - I'm sure Red Green would approve!

Sharinskishe said...

That is the most perfect quote! I actually know where my WD-40 and Duct tape are right at this moment. In a few minutes more........... who knows where they'll be. I usually have to hunt for both these items because someone is making something go and the other one is making something stop!!!

Thanks for sharing- I was surprised to find out that is your handwriting, and then I was pleased. You are lucky to have such talent. One would certainly have thought this was a special font. Way to go!!!

Anonymous said...

That is a GREAT quote! My dad can do wonders with duct tape. But I've got to say, "zip ties hold everything together."

I'm a zip tie girl.