jealous on jack!

There are a lot of fun perks that come with having a blog, and this is definitely one of them! Jack Cards {via Sarah Bryden-Brown of Blogstar} asked a few bloggers to design a card for them. I jumped on the chance, as did Melanie from Inward Facing Girl, and Amy from Old Sweet Song.

For my card, I used one of my mixed media pieces {and then added a pink birthday hat}, and voila… a birthday card! We held a contest for people to come up with a message for the inside of the card, and there were sooo many amazing entries! Here’s the winning message:

Ha! I love it! As it happens, the chosen message was written by design blogger, Victoria Smith of sfgirlbybay.com!!! Yep, she’s a style maven AND the queen of one-liners! I think it’s a pretty hilarious/weird addition to an already pretty hilarious/weird image.

All three of our cards go on sale today {mine // Melanie’s // Amy’s}…YAY! Thanks Jack, and thanks to Sarah for inviting us to be part of this!






comments (5)

  1. Tan /// 05.01.2012 /// 9:03pm

    This is the second time I’ve heard about your blog today, the first time through the blog of the mentioned Amy and the second time through Victoria’s!
    Congrats! That’s incredibly exciting. Absolutely love the card and the message!

  2. Luna /// 05.01.2012 /// 9:08pm

    Can I just say how JEALOUS I am of your blog? I love it. So wish I could fly to the US and join you on the girl crush tea parties too!!!! I’m green with you know what….
    Luna X.

  3. the jealous curator /// 05.01.2012 /// 9:08pm

    that’s weird! well i’m glad you found me – and i’m glad you like my slightly bizarre bday card! and yes, the message is AWESOME (oh that victoria!)

  4. the jealous curator /// 05.01.2012 /// 9:11pm

    thank you so much luna : )
    maybe i’ll have to make my way to australia for a girl crush! YES!!!

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