Happy Mudders Day

Good Morning!

Do you like pigs?  I have a little story to tell about pigs before I show you my card.  When my kids were probably 7 and 9 ....many, many years ago.  We already lived in a menagerie. We had a dog, two cats, green Anole, fish, a crab that would escape it's tank at least once a month...well you get the idea.

My son suddenly became enamored of pot belly pigs.  He really, really wanted one.  We tried taking him to a farm to see the pigs.  The pig shed smelled so bad that me, my husband and daughter had to run out, but not my son, he loved it!  It actually got so bad that I said to my husband "should we get a pig?" he looked at me like I had lost my mind!  So we never did get a pig, but every time I see one, I think of that sweet little boy.

Here is my card.




This is about as CAS as I get.  Here is the inside.



I used the Mother's Day stamp from MSE.

I am entering this card into the following challenges:

DLART Thankful Thursday Challenge - #203 Mother's Day
Color Crazy Challenge - Anything Goes
Crafting With Friends - Always Anything Goes
Creative Fingers - #129 Anything Goes
Die Cuttin Divas -#316 Mother's Day
Crafting When We Can -#143 Clean & Simple
Pile It On Challenge - #130 Animal
Crafting With An Attitude - #27 Anything Goes
Crafty Girls Creations - Challenge #36 Anything Goes
Cute Card Thursday - #476 Anything Goes
2 Crafty Critter Crazies -#2 - Must include a critter!

Thank you so much for stopping by!  Have a good Tuesday!

Hugs,

11 comments:

  1. What a cute card. Love the image.
    Valerija xx

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  2. Super duper cute!! The pig is so cute!!I would say no too!!LOL
    Have a wonderful day my friend,
    Migdalia
    Crafting with Creative M

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  3. This is so absolutely adorable, Chriss!! The piggies are so cute!! And what a sweet story :) Have a great evening!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  4. Chriss, your pig is adorable. I have to tell you that I did Home Health Nursing for many years and the worst place I went to had a pot belly pig for a pet. The animal did stink and they had soooo many dogs that would walk through the screen patio door. I was there to do IV care. So here I am trying to do a sterile dressing change and I had flies that I would be swinging at....real sterile right. Get my drift and wonder why the man had a severely infected leg wound.

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  5. This is so adorable. Does your son still like pigs.they really are cute when they are little and they are smart, but they get pretty big
    Thank you for joining my DL.ART Thankful Thursday Anything Goes MAY Linky Challenge. Have a blessed day
    DIANA L.

    DL.ART DESIGN TEAM MEMBER
    DL.ART crinkle ribbon
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com
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  6. Chriss, I love your story about pot bellied pigs and your son. :-D This card is delightfully CAS and I'd say you knocked that one out of the park! What a fun card! Thanks so much for playing this month in our challenge at 2 Crafty Critter Crazies. We love being inspired by you. :-D Good luck in the draw.
    NanaConnie DT

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  7. LOve it! happy mothers day! thank you for entering CCCC

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  8. LOL! This is such a fun card! I love the piggy all covered in mud with that sentiment! It sure made me smile. Thanks for sharing with us at DL.ART Challenges!

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  9. Supercute mothers day card, funny image :)
    Thanks for sharing your creations with us at Creative Fingers!
    So sorry to be late commenting. If you wish to take part, I got a yummy blogcandy! :)
    DT Tindaloo

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  10. These pigs are so darn cute - love it!! Thanks so much for joining us this time at the Pile it ON challenge, Elizabeth (DT)

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When the summer moon turns mellow,
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When the squirrels hide their acorns,
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