Stamp of the Month Monday FUNN – A Really FUNN Tree I Would Plant!

Got a riddle for you.
How can a Monday morning post be so cheerful and happy?
(scroll down for the answer)
I thought of this layout just as I was getting in bed on Saturday night.
Sunday morning I woke up an hour earlier than I do on a work day, for Pete’s sake, and started in!

I am called “Cupcake” at work because I am from the city and am now in the country.
I guess the city is where cupcakes are from!
Cupcake is now only a confection at work, it is any city-fied behavior or thought.
Such as cupcakes don’t “go” in the fields, they drive into town for a bathroom.
Cupcakes buy meat at the market so no one has to die.
A young man once told me he had discovered he had a little cupcake in him. Seems selling his 4H hogs was a little harder than he thought it would be.
SO, they call me cupcake.
Are you a cupcake, too?
Do you have cupcake behaviors? What are they?
By the way, to make a dozen or so cupcakes for your next projects, here is how…
Stamp the December SOM cupcakes on scraps of B&T. If you are using CTMH, you’ll be delighted how well they coordinate.
Trim them so the top goes over the “base” cupcake.
I gave myself a sweet break and did not worry about the “cake”.

And that is why they call me cupcake and 
why the December Stamp of the Month is perfectly delicious!

Ready to whip up a batch of your own cupcakes?
You can get yours here.

Answer to the riddle: Make the post on Sunday.

Have a FUNN Monday!

Mary GunnMary Gunn is the Founder and Head Professor of FUNN University. She has 20+ years experience in direct sales. She has 25+ years experience in teaching. She has combined her love for teaching and paper crafting in FUNN University. Please visit our online campus and take advantage of your first month as a gift.
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
3 Comments
Oldest
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Blythe
Blythe
5 years ago

Love this!

Sheila Bennett
Sheila Bennett
5 years ago

I want one of those trees in my front yard!

3
0
Add Commentx