This is one such card--a not so subtle reminder about how annoying phone calls can be.
To keep this site family-friendly, I blurred out some language on this card. If you want, you can see the original adult-language-version card on my blog.
Complete with a retro telephone dial, the dial actually turns, to reveal more numbers...
and a few key letters.
Rotary Dials from the package and adding colorful ink.
Questionable Characters 2 to the card base.
Determine placement for your telephone dial and punch a small hole in the card for the brad. With a pencil, lightly trace the location of the dial holes that fall onto the white card base.
Remove the phone dial, add rub-on letters and numbers within the traced circles and then erase the pencil marks.
Next, place Post-it Notes over the areas you wish to mask and stamp a textured background onto the card.
Remove the Post-It Notes, replace the dial pad, add the center "Miss You" sentiment, smudge white pencil around the image and lightly pencil fake telephone numbers onto the background paper.
I can't tell you how many times the 867-5309 song went through my head during this process. You are incredibly welcome for that free ear worm.
Print snarky sentiment and "Miss You" sentiment on your computer. Adhere the "Miss You" to the circle chipboard that came with the rotary dial and adhere it to the brad. If you wish, you can first carve out a hole for the brad in the back of the chipboard so it sits flat.
Adhere the snarky sentiment to the card. The font I used would not print an apostrophe, so I had to do some printing gymnastics to turn a comma into a outline and then flip it upside down to create an apostrophe. This made for some tiny gluing!
Lightly ink the edges of the card with black ink and your card is complete. Have a great day everyone. Hopefully that song won't stick in your head all weekend--if it does, just use it as a reminder to get crafting! -Betsy
Ink jet printer
Stamp by Seth Apter