Wednesday, April 25, 2018

CCEE1817 Poetry

Lois is bringing us our final challenge of the month.  April is National Poetry Month, and today is Poem in Your Pocket Day.  I'm asking that you create a card using a poem as your inspiration.  I actutually computer generated a copy of my poem that was written by one of my favorites, Shel Silverstein. My little pig is a stamp from Deep Red.


I used my Oxide inks to smash the background. I enjoyed using some of my paper scraps to design the rest of this card.

7 comments:

jdmommy - Anne Harmon said...

I love that pig!! Shel silverstein has always been a family favorite here. Sometime you should read his "A B Z Book". my kids' favorite (if you haven't already). You have made such a fun card!! I just love it.

StampOwl said...

Haha fun poem and great card

Lynn McAuley said...

Such a fun card, Liz, with this delightful poem and sassy porker!! I need to pull out my Shel Silverstein poetry book and give it another read. He is always good for a laugh, and who doesn't need more laughter these days??

Vicky Gould said...

Cute, cute, cute! Never heard that poem, but your cute card depicts it's meaning to perfection! What a cute pig....great background too!

Lois said...

What a delightful poem! I have to admit that I've never read that poem before, but it gave me a chuckle.

MiamiKel said...

What a cute little piggie! such a cheerful happy card - havne't heard of this poem but it's super cute!

Joanne Grzelak said...

gotta love Shel Silverstein....incredible imagination and a player wiith words.....love this