Alice didn't dare to argue the point, but went on: `-- and I thought I'd try and find my way to the top of that hill -- '
`When you say "hill,"' the Queen interrupted, `I could show you hills, in comparison with which you'd call that a valley.'
`No, I shouldn't,' said Alice, surprised into contradicting her at last: `a hill can't be a valley, you know. That would be nonsense -- '
The Red Queen shook her head, `You may call it "nonsense" if you like,' she said, ` but I've heard nonsense, compared with which that would be as sensible as a dictionary!'
--Ch. 2: Through the Looking Glass
I had so much fun making this card for my oldest DD's upcoming birthday. I stamped this image from my friend Angie- I think it's from TAC stamps and used some of my gorgeous new to me paper from Prima called Fairy Flora. With a name like that of course it had to come home with me! I stamped a sentiment from Unity stamps (Sept KOTM) and used some of my hoarded valentine's day paper that had a dictionary page about love to add my twisty words to my card.
Before I share why I added lots of words to my card I want to give LOTS of tea-toasting to our FABULOUS new October Guest at Tea: DONNA BUDZYNSKI! A VERY MERRY unbirthday to you, Donna! WELCOME!
So back to my 'wordy' card.....DT member Lynne is challenging us this week is to use TEXT in a NONSENSE way - not to read, but as a pattern in your card. Use a page from an old dictionary or other book, stamp a background text stamp or use a text-patterned paper in your creation. F.U.N...!!
The Greeting Farm is our SPONSOR this week, and not only are we thrilled to have them again, the prize just got sweeter! There is a RUBBER SINGLE OF CHOICE up for grabs for this challenge AS WELL as the highly-sought after "Wonderland" digital stamp set!
Click here to check out the full challenge details on our blog and to find out what the players in our twisted tea party have created to inspire you this week.