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You’re A W{anchor} Card

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So…while on vacation, I found a basket full of clearance cards. I bought one, it was $1. I had to put my own spin on it.

I dry embossed the royal cardstock, then fussy cut the wave edge. I pulled out a crochet hook and did a simple chain stitch for the anchor chain using metallic thread.

Here is the original card, from the company kissmekwik in the UK:

A link to their website, if you are interested:  kissmekwik .

And, from The Urban Dictionary, I chose the 2 variations that most match my interpretation of the word “wanker”:

UK/Aus/NZ slang for:

2. Someone with a faintly sociopathic lack of regard for other people; see also arsehole.

3. Someone useless, inefficient or time-wasting, especially in a place or work and/or position of responsibility.

 

Supplies: Stamp – Essentials by Ellen, paper – Gmund Royal, Neenah Classic Crest Solar White, Stampin’ Up! Brushed Gold, Brushed Silver, Real Red, Soft Sky, ink – VersaFine Onyx Black, dies – Memory Box (clouds), My Favorite Things (anchor), Provo Craft (letter), Spellbinders (banner), embossing folder – Darice, embossing powder – Filigree Fine Art Powder clear, thread – Coats & Clark metallic silver.

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8 thoughts on “You’re A W{anchor} Card

  1. nice link on the word masturbate.. v helpful

  2. Thank you for the keeping me informed on the word, ‘wanker’. I shall make them the only official definition for the slang, once I become the next British monarch. In fact, that will be my first decree.

    • I hope you were not offended – I edited the post mid day, after Offspring3 alerted me that, *perhaps*, my original that included all 5 definitions was too much! I truly think of a “wanker” as an “arsehole”.

  3. ha,ha,ha. I am not. I did deduced something along those lines from the previous comments. If you said it, Kathy, it must be right.

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