You know I have issues with the grocery store. It starts in the parking lot, which I've discussed. Then, inside the store there are multiple challenges. There are the yogurt stockers. The maddening, maddening yogurt stockers. There are the people who crawl inside my shirt and breathe on me while I'm checking out. And, for a final insult, there are the bag boys. As I write this, I realize I almost have as many posts about the grocery store as I do stamping and Caturday. It's a bad, bad place.
But yesterday - yesterday was disturbing.
I was shipping out stampy prizes and ran out of packing tape, so I headed for the grocery store. In the school supply aisle, past the grumpy moms with their school supply lists, I fought my way to the tape section.
Where I found George Orwell.
To go with my poorly taped packages, I needed cards.
I've been feeling kind of CAS lately - it's hard to create with warm colors when it's so hot out, so I've been drawn to crispy whites.
For this puppy, I scored three lines with the Simply Scored, and then just stamped Kindness Matters and colored the central butterfly with colored pencils, blending them with Zest-It®.
I hope Big Brother lets us keep our glitter. Even Victory Glitter would be better than no glitter at all.