And so much for my efforts for our family diets to be more balanced and health conscious after the indulgences of the festive period. Although all the offspring are maddeningly lithe & slim, both OH and me could do with shedding a significant number of pounds in weight but it's something of a constant challenge! My son had announced that he's doing a 'Masterchef' style challenge in his food technology lessons at school and had to come up with a dish to make that would then be 'tasted & judged'! So instead of picking something along the balanced and healthy lines of, say, stir fried oriental veg or a hearty veg & bean bake or similar, what did my little ray of sunshine decide he wanted to make? A banoffee pie! And not a low-cal version - the full works with biscuit & oat base, caramel & whipped cream. So we set to work on making this yesterday so he could practice and check timings, etc., and then he announced that he didn't want any because he didn't like it! He just liked the banana! So this plate of high cholestrol scrumminess is now sitting in my fridge - and it would be a shame not to eat it wouldn't it.....? And he's got to make another one this week! I'm just hoping all the boys at school eat it all so that he comes back with the empty plate!
Anyway, less of the Sunday morning waffle! Just a quick card to share with you today - and along the teenage boy theme!
I used a MoManning digi - 'Paul Typing' - and coloured him with promarkers.
The backing papers are from First Edition and EK Success 'life words'.
I then added a Kraft tag to go in a little pocket, with sentiment stamps from LOTV and a wooden button.
So quite a simple card, but I do like that image - and I don't think many teenage boys would appreciate too much fussiness and flowers on a card would they? lol.
So I do hope that you have a good day - and stay warm.
I'm entering this card into the following challenges:-
ATCs&Cards with attitude - add a tag
StampinfortheWeekend - anything goes
StampinwiththeDragon - anything goes
DRS Designs - buttons
SimplyCreate - anything goes