Card Making

I meant to make Christmas card templates this year so that I'd be ready for the holiday season. It turns out that I should plan on having these done by September if I want to do them. So I'm missing out this year. But next year I'll be ready.

That doesn't mean that I can't make Christmas cards on demand. Here's the card that I made for El Senor to hand out to all his neighbors.


We were just sitting on the couch on Saturday and I was making cards for my sil's family, and a request was made to make a card for El Senor, but I didn't have a picture of him. So I just had to draw one. With one finger and a track pad, I would say this isn't such a bad job. And Murray, who did laugh at me when I drew the eye, then commented that it is actually very Picasso-esque. Murray can put a positive spin on anything.

5 comments:

Mike Loveland said...

Just like this one, you are a master.

http://changolion.com/wp-content/uploads/picasso-igor-stravinsky.JPG

Sarah said...

How much do you charge for X-mas cards? I would totally be interested (maybe for next year, though)!

Jordan said...

I'm still waiting to get the proofs from our family photo shoot before I decide what kind of card I want. The baby was less than cooperative for the photographer, so we'll see how it all turns out.

daltongirl said...

That is hilarious! I wish I was a single man so you could make a card for me. Any way you could make our family seem really creepy for our card this year?

And yes, Murray can put a positive spin on anything. Like my niece, it's probably because he's "a great lover."

Petit Elefant said...

No more babysitting from El Senor. He looks like a total child molester in that. But I guess that's what he looks like in real life too, so kudos Cicada.