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Link: Hello, Monday 06.24.2013 – the CLASSroom

I must admit I got rather excited over an idea that popped into my head for the new Lawn Fawn Blue Skies stamps & matching dies. So excited, in fact, that I totally froggot to switch to my beloved smooth bristol. *sheepish grin* But, it all worked out… !  Yay!!!

Oh, hey, and if you’re not already a subscriber, check out the new trailer I made for our channel! As I was shooting, I thought to myself, “Dang, girl, now THAT‘s a stack!!!” *chortle*

Happy Mundane! :)


  1. your so funny. you kill me.
    love this card too

  2. Love the new trailer. Where did you get that “Monday” stamp?

  3. Loved the video and that adorable card! The new trailer is pretty darn awesome too! :)

  4. How COOL is that?! Thanks so much for finding out the particulars of the term and sharing! *mondo squishy hugs*

  5. Fun card Julie!
    Here’s what I found about “Bunting” (or bunt) was originally a specific
    type of lightweight worsted wool fabric manufactured from the turn of the
    17th century,and used for making ribbons and flags,including signal flags
    for the Royal Navy. The origin of the word is uncertain.

    Today, “bunting” is a term for any festive decorations made of fabric, or
    of plastic, paper or even cardboard in imitation of fabric. Typical forms
    of bunting are strings of colorful triangular flags and lengths of fabric
    in the colors of national flags gathered and draped into swags or pleated
    into fan shapes.

    The term bunting is also used to refer to a collection of flags, and
    particularly those of a ship. The officer responsible for raising signals
    using flags is known as “bunts”, a term still used for a ship’s
    communications officer.

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