Chris Chatten, Editorial Assistant at The Rubber Stamper Magazine, is doing a 3 day, 60 mile walk for breast cancer in Philadelphia and a bunch of stampers are adding names of surviors and memorials to the shirt.
I started working on it late last night and it was moving along great — had the flower coming out of the pocket, the flourish, the names, and I was almost done — or so I thought! After I finished I noticed I spelled “survivors” with an “e” — “SURVIVErs” — oh no, what to do?! So I thought and thought, and finally came up with adding the a button to cover up the offending “e” — but couldn’t find any that matched — so grabbed my Crafter’s ink and rubbed it on a pastel pink one. Looked kinda lonely so I added a second little button. Hope it’s not too noticible — what do you think?!!? Eeeks, I just can’t spell. Worst thing is, Jason “said why didn’t you write it down first before stamping it” — but that’s what I did — I wrote it down wrong too! Double doh! Why is English so tricky anyhow?
So Chris, now you know. I’m mailing the shirt along to Denby today — note to Denby, if you spell “survivor” wrong, just add buttons. Hee hee. And Chris, hope you have a good walk! I’ll be thinking of you, the survivors, and memorials. Hugs.