Mar 142016

Today is Pi Day.  It is also my great nephew’s birthday.  He loves that his birthday falls on such a “cool” day!  But go figure, I didn’t have a Pi stamp. Actually does anyone? Smiley.ScratchingHeadAni So I printed this image from SnorgTees which I thought was the perfect blend for the two celebrations.

Just for you… smiley.ThanksgivingPumpkinpPie2Ani


Entering a couple of fun Challenges:

Crazy 4 Challenges: C4C327 – Monday is Pi Day!  Create cards that feature circles and/or pies!

Craftyhazelnut’s Patterned Paper Challenge: March 2016

Happy Crafting!

Stamps: PTI “Garden of Life”

Papers: PTI Select White and Dark Chocolate; Kaisercraft “Off The Wall”

Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black

Accessories: Printer; Grosgrain Ribbon; Martha Stewart “Drippy Goo” Border Punch


10 Responses to “Pi a la Mode”

  1. Great, great caption! Love it!

  2. I think it’s fabulous that you have a Pi Day stamp! Love the fun card!

  3. very creative, love the dripping border you used! that is my birthday also, my hubby keeps telling me I need to have pie for my birthday but I prefer cake 🙂

  4. Ha! It couldn’t be more perfect! I certainly do not have a pi stamp, but I’ll bet there is one somewhere. Your nephew must have been surprised by this very cool card!

  5. Susan, you are just too clever for words to come up with such a fun card for your nephew! I KNOW he enjoyed this card!

  6. Love the Pi card, very clever. TFS

  7. haha! Cute! And I like the drippy edge! 🙂

  8. Oh, Susan, what a fun birthday – Pi Day! I love it, and what a perfect card! I love the gooey border punch too for this adorable “ice cream sundae” on your card! He’s going to love it! It really is a cool day for a birthday to fall on! Sweet, sweet card, my friend! Hehe! Hugs!

  9. Cool card, and no i don`t believe to many have a pi stamp lying around 😉

  10. What a fun idea for a card! I love the image you printed out and the sentiment is perfect! I suppose the goo border represents the ice cream melting? Good stuff and Yum too 🙂

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