But since no one did, that meant I had to make a "party trio." And since I've been at the beach all week (did my super secret robber-thwarting scheduled posts fool you?), I only had Sunday afternoon to pull everything together. It was a little wild at the Corgi household for a few hours, especially since I've run out of both "good" white paper and ATG tape! I went with an Eighties party theme and here is my trio:
here on the Victoria and Albert museum website, which just makes my day that it is on there. I made the entire radio (except the cassette tape) from scratch in Silhouette Studio, even trying the print-and-cut feature for the first time (which is awesome). I scored the tape deck at the bottom and only attached the bottom portion so it opens to pull out the cassette:
You could easily put a twenty dollar bill in the cassette (definitely no gift cards in the Eighties, although they might have been better than trying to return 3 extra Cocktail soundtracks to Sam Goody's).
And what tune always gets a party started?
Finally, I had great plans for a roller skate candy holder...which probably would have worked better if I had some "good" white paper. Although I'm thinking now I could have adhered two sheets of "crap" white paper together to make it stronger but that is now, and this is then:
In real life it's a
I really am pinching myself over here--I cannot believe I've made it into the final round, especially with all the fabulously talented gals that have been playing! And it's all thanks to YOU so I have a special present for you to enjoy:
|Photo from Zooborns|
UKJ also wanted me to tell you to come back and visit tomorrow because I have even more exciting news to share!