Have you chanced upon at least one parody of Britain's World War II propaganda slogan? The internet is brimming with these parody posters and I'm still amused by all of it. For today, I'm posting some of my favorites.
This is the original slogan:
Now here are some of the parodies:
This speaks to me. :)
Great for a nursery! :)
And another "ehem..."
This shirt is by Spoofs and The Tshirt Project. Funny! Find it here.
This is perfect when I walk down the aisle. Afterwards...
I found a website where you can create your own parody poster. Right here. I tried it and this is what I came up with:
What parody would you make? Share! :)
Save for the "Keep Calm and Carry Lang" shirt image and my "Gorgeous" one, I forgot where I found the rest. Sheesh...
Last year, I made this for my teacher-friends in the "queenly South" where I used to teach. This year, I decided to make a more useful gift for them.
I got some plastic containers (the ones with dividers) and made labels for each.
Each container followed a color scheme: a base color + black + silver.
I filled the box with what I believe to be some of a teacher's necessities in the classroom: paper clips, binder clips, push pins, and chocolates (hard to work with a grumbling tummy!).
This was initially my favorite scheme: white + black + silver...
But then I saw a pack of Hershey's Cookies and Creme Kisses in our house and loved the blue wrapping. I loved how the blue Kisses looked so nice with the yellow paper clips and push pins!
They went conveniently well in the blue container too, especially when I ran out of the silver-wrapped Kisses!
It's so easy to put together and more importantly, teachers would love something like this! Especially if it's one who is overworked, underpaid, and wallowing in dirty school politics *wink*. Hahaha! Happy crafting!