Sunday, October 14, 2012

Sunday Night Tradition

I don't know how or when it started but we've almost always had popcorn on Sunday night.  I think it must have started when I was a child as a substitute for an evening meal when we had a big Sunday dinner at 1:30 or later.  I carried on the tradition when my children were young and it continues as part of my life now.  I still make my popcorn the old-fashioned way.  No microwave for me.   The pan I use, well worn and coated with baked-on grease, is 50 years old.  I will NOT give it up.  It's perfect for popcorn - and no bake chocolate cookies.  But that's another story.

This week at Celebrate the Occasion, the challenge is "Popping By", use popcorn on a card. 


This is the way I made cards BC (Before Cricut).  In fact the paper is some I purchased way back then and thought was perfect for this challenge.  I printed the sentiment with the computer on buttery gold paper and layered it on a kernel colored rust that was punched on one side with an EK Success punch.  It needed a little something else so I handcut a piece of corn from the paper, added some Glossy Accents to it and popped it up (no pun intended  lol ) on foam tape. 

This is making me hungry for guess what?  I'm off to pop some soon.

8 comments:

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  2. Cute, I love the color names of the paper! Thanks for playing @ CTO!

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  3. Mmmm, you make me hungry for popcorn, too; sadly, I can't eat it, but I love that you have such a fun tradition on Sunday night! Very clever card, Bobby!

    (Thanks for the good wishes!!)

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  4. very cute. TFS with us at CTO this week.

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  5. Cute! Love that the paper you used is called buttery gold :)

    Thanks for joining us at CTO this week!

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  6. That card is super cute. Looks almost good enough to eat.


    Tara

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  7. Love the background paper and the yellow is such a perfect color to go with the popcorn theme, so fun! Thanks for joining us this week @ CTO for our "Popping By" Challenge :)

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  8. Fab card and I love your Sunday tradition!

    Thanks for sharing with us at Celebrate the Occasion this week, Rachel xxx

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