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You’re My Clark Kent Note Card



A quick LOVE note card.

I was supposed to work on Valentine cards yesterday afternoon, but a HUGE nap engulfed me after I got home from the gym.

No card work for me today – we are off to the in-laws to celebrate Christmas.

Tomorrow’s another day, right??

And…Offspring3, if you are reading from Mexico, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!  😉

Supplies: Stamp – My Favorite Things, paper – Neenah Classic Crest Solar White, Stampin’ Up! Basic Black, Real Red, ink – VersaFine Onyx Black, dies – My Favorite Things (glasses), Simon Says Stamp (heart), embossing powder – Filigree Fine Art Powder.

12 thoughts on “You’re My Clark Kent Note Card

  1. This made me smile. Bill is definitely my Clark Lent.

  2. Belated Birthday wishes to Offspring3! I love your card, Kathy! Clean and simple and great fun too. And nap time is never wasted, it is simply recharging the batteries, right?

    • Naps have become my life this week! Not sure if I exhausted myself getting ready for Christmas, or if it is just because I gave up Diet Coke this week! (or, of course, a combination of the 2)

      • I know someone who had the same experience with Diet Coke! So not you, then!

      • It’s my own fault. Diet Coke & I have had a loooong relationship, and I typically go cold turkey off once a year. This time, it has been the worst experience ever. Bad enough to stay off for good!

      • I guess you can invest the coke money in craft supplies?! Do I sound like a reverse junkie now?!!

      • Not a bad thought, but the Diet Coke was funded out of household money, cards and craft supplies are out of money from card sales. Hubby would not approve cross funding! 😉 (and THANK GOD I didn’t have to fund Diet Coke out of my card money! I guess I would have quit sooner!)

      • Take comfort from this (hopefully). Another friend of mine had to have Diet Coke cans in pretty much every room in her house, just in case she got shut in!!

      • Very funny! I have always known that it was possible to survive without it.