A Beer Monster

Hello Ladies,

I wanted to show you the card I made my son Brian for his 30th birthday.


It's a beer monster!  The story of Brian and his drinking habits are kinda funny.  Brian never drank when he was a teenager.  We would give him a glass of wine at Thanksgiving or Chirstmas, but he preferred sparkling cider.  Then, when he went off to college, he started drinking fruity, girly drinks and he would drink wine.  Then a couple summers ago he went to Germany and fell in love with German beer.  Now he keeps trying to convince me that if "I just tried the right beer, I would like beer" so far he hasn't had any luck.  I just don't like beer.  Someone told me it's the hops I don't like, I don't know what it is but give me a drink with a cute umbrella sticking out of it where I can't taste the booze and I am a happy girl!

Ok, the digital stamp is from Pollycraft Designs which I am sorry to say has now closed shop. The good news is that she is now designing for Little Miss Muffet  So happy her wonderful talent isn't going away!  The tickets are from Digital Delights by Looby Lou.



Thanks for stopping by today!

Hugs,

6 comments:

  1. Oh I completely agree.. I can't stand beer either. I'm not a big drinker in the first place.. but beer? Yuck!! LOL

    that little guy is adorable! LOL

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  2. Happy, happy birthday to your son!! I hope his day is filled with much love and happiness!! The card you made for him is tooooo cute!! The beer monster is adorable!! I'm with you though...I hate beer. Give me a nice glass of wine or anything with the cute umbrella and I'm happy :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  3. Nice card. I have come to enjoy a few select beers; it happens once you try enough. I do still prefer the girly drinks and an umbrella is always good or a little fruit :)

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  4. This is such a cute card! Thanks so much for joining our challenge at Little Miss Muffet!

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