Google Eyed Turtle Card

Happy Tuesday!  So my 29 yr old nephew JoJo was complaining on facebook that no one writes letters anymore.  He says that when he goes to his mailbox all he gets are bills.  He asked if anyone would write to him and said that if they did, he would write them back.  I told him that I would make him a handmade card.  He loved that idea and said he wanted one!  So here is the card I made him.
Hum...I see a few threads that need cut...ok so here is the problem, what do I write inside?  I talk to the kid on facebook almost every day.  Any ideas?


  1. LOL, sorry I know it's not funny that we don't know what to write about, but really with facebook we pretty much know what's going on with friends and family. I have no clue what you should write...

  2. Oh I wanted to say also I love the card.

  3. Such a cute card hun....and fun!

    hugs Vicky xx

  4. Awesome! I love that turtle...great job! ~Shen

  5. This is so adorable, Chriss!! I love the colors! I'm drawing a blank on what you should write inside, too. I guess "how the shell are you" probably isn't appropriate for a nephew, eh?! :D


  6. That is an adorable card, the sentiment.
    I would write to him about why he is special in your you felt or what you remember when he was born, or little, or what it means to you to be able to chat with him so often on FB....things that you wouldn't normally talk about, that will make him feel great!

  7. Turtley Cute!

    I think it is sweet that he wants some snail mail!

    “Anytime you see a turtle up on top of a fence post, you know he had some help”

    LOL if he has a fun sense of humor


  8. Cute, cute card...boy, I am at a loss for words...Wow, can you believe that. That doesn't happen much, LOL! I like Lisa's line...start out, how the shell are you AND go from there....
    Thanks for sharing your card..great job!
    Sherrie K


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The leaves by hundreds came -
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And leaves of every name.
The Sunshine spread a carpet,
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Miss Weather led the dancing,
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