Wednesday, August 1, 2012

With the understanding this is ink

I really like the original saying "Keep Calm and Carry On". I have the print by SFGIRLBYBAY in my kitchen. It originally was made during the Bombing of London in WWII to instill public morale with calm.


My family likes the other versions from the internet, "Keep calm and drink tea", "Freak out and throw stuff", "Get creative and make stuff"...


So when I saw this I had to laugh. "Funny in a sick way" said the Little Assistant's mother, but I like it.


 Assuming it is red ink... It captures exactly how I feel in my experience making miniature projects. xo CM



8 comments:

  1. I love the sign, too. Often it helps me to think of it in stressful situations. My son and husband gave me a mug with the original on it. But this, to my quirky mind is hilarious...in a sick way.
    Dory

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  2. Are you serious? Making miniatures stresses you out? Most people do it because it feels relaxing to them.

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  3. I so hear you! :)

    We love the other variations as well. :)

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  4. I know hunky, it just screams frustration! CM

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  5. Hi Karin, I know, lots of playing is fun, but sometimes when I want some thing to have that realistic look and it seems to elude me I get perfectionist crazy. Shrug, CM

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  6. LOL Dale... it's just ink.... CM

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  7. Bwah ha ha ha ha... Love it.
    Zombie Chique FTW!

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