They were from Verizon. Now, I need to tell you that I am not a big consumer of the phone or the television, so when Verizon or Comcast knocks on my door, I usually have some fun with them, challenge their "I can beat your current package price" (no, you can't), then politely ask them to never, ever, knock on my door again or I will cancel what few services I do buy from them.
So imagine my joy when these ladies announced they were from Verizon. I almost closed the door on them, but I'm too NICE, so I asked them to please remove me from the knock list as I'd requested from the last 3 representatives, but they would. not. leave. Finally, when I asked them what part of "I am not interested" and "I never, ever, buy anything from someone who knocks on my door" did they not understand, they got it and left as I close the door on them.
I need a hex I can put on these people so they leave me alone.
Speaking of hex, I am suffering from hexagon overload. (Like that segue?) :D Yes, as you probably know, I am easily swayed by the latest "thing" -- think Washi tape here, people -- so of course I've succumbed to the hexagon craze. I have the Paper Smooches hexagon border stamp that I looove, and I have an Embossabilities folder that is hexagons on one side and chevrons on the other (BONUS!), but these dies ... hmmm ...
I caved and bought the MFT dies. Then I saw this post by Joan B, and I needed to play with the Silhouette. That's pretty much what I've been doing for two nights. Yeah, I might be sick of the things by now.
Here is what I refer to as Hexagon
Here is the next one I made:
Then I cut this one:
Then I went ahead and cut some papers with the MFT dies:
Here they are up close and personal:
So, yeah, I'm kinda over hexagons now, but I'll probably use them again once I get over the mess.
In the future, I shall not open the door to anyone I'm not expecting, so RuffHaven, please make sure you call me from the parking lot if you expect me to open the door. Now if you'll excuse me, I think I'll have some wine to go with this whine.
Thanks for stopping by!
And....that's A LOT of hexagons too!! Love the cards though and the patterned paper! Very cute
This is one of the nice things about living in the country - you don't get the door to door guys....and if one does happen to wander by you just stick the shotgun out the door and they think a crazy person lives here! LOL!
Wow, that is a lot of hexagons and I like what you've done with them. Door to door sales people can be obnoxious but we live too far out to get too many and I am happy about that.ReplyDelete
OMG, I'm totally loving the hexagons after seeing your post! Fabulous cards...I may just have to go shopping :)ReplyDelete
These are beyond awesome and very inspiring!ReplyDelete