My brother was here from BC for a month and his girlfriend joined him this past week. But today they left to go home again. 😦
And for those of you who don’t know Canadian geography that well, Mount Pearl and Vancouver are about as far apart as you can possibly get. They’re waaaaaay over there on the west coast. Boo.
So, in honour of “Uncle Grayma,” I made this ICAD:
Confused? Well, if I ever find it I’ll post a link to a YouTube video of Graham, serenading a friend of his with a composition of his own. I’m assuming it’s his own, I don’t think anyone else in the world would claim it.
He simply plays his guitar and sings, “Meow, meow, meow,” over and over. Hilariously funny to me, maybe not so funny to you all but I’m going to make you suffer through anyway. As soon as I find the link….
I used some new Twinks on this one because 1. they’re new, 2. they’re shimmery, and 3. green in Graham’s favourite colour. It actually runs in the family – Matthew (my other brother), Gabe, and I all claim green as ours as well. It must be genetic!
And since I can’t seem to do anything without some dimension, I added light molding paste through one of my fave stencils (thanks again, Julie! You make the best designs!)
Back tomorrow with another one!
Are you doing this challenge? Are you posting your ICAD’s anywhere? Leave me a link in the comments so I can check them out!
I love your card!! The colors and shading are so neat and the texture through the stencil is a great idea! I look forward to seeing more. I’m putting mine up on my blog and on the Facebook page.
Thanks, I’ll pop over and take a look at yours – I love seeing what people can do on a tiny little index card!
I love that there is a story behind this card! And thanks for all your kind comments on my ICADs 🙂
Thank you! And you’re welcome – thanks for sharing all your cards!
Hey Sara, I’m not sure if we’re thinking about the same song but there is a honest-to-goodness operatic duet by Rossini called something like “The Meow Song” and all the words are literally “meow” & it’s funny – at least in opera circles. Now I want to find a link and see if we’re talking about the same one. Regardless, sounds like your brother has a great sense of humor.
Love the card, btw, and double-boo to family living so far away.
So I just YouTubed that song and got a boy’s choir – it was hilarious but definitely not the song that Graham sings! And thanks about the card!