In the case of this card - it is rather literal.
Of course I could also use the sentiment "Sorry, I must have lost my mind"
Or how about "What was I thinking? Must have a screw loose!"
Truthfully, the card was made this way because my Frankenstein (Becky Hill's request) was just a bit too tall to fit on my card. And I didn't want to just throw up another punch project unfinished. And I couldn't come up with a scrapbook project for him (I could have saved him until someone was acting like a monster... but that someone would probably be me so I nixed that idea)
Here is the full sized frank-ster
The head - I used the small tag punch three times.
1. punch a portion of the small tag into your black paper - punch your 1 3/8 square punch around the hole to get his hair
2. punch the small tag in green for his face - tag part down - sponge edges
3. punch another small tag in green for his forehead - cut down to a little under 1 inch - sponge edge - add scar with marker - adhere hair then adhere to face with dimensionals
The neck is the small oval - sponged and for the card version I cut zig zags
The neck screws and hands are the snowflake punch - trimmed to the right shape, of course
The shoes are 1/2 the butterfly punch - cut straight in on top of shoe.
Arms are word window - Frankenstein had straight arms so I couldn't use the ovals like I did on the "chin men" (Didn't you ever do the Frankenstein imitation - walking stiffly with your arms straight out in front - hands hanging down? Of course you did!)
I made sure the top of the word window arms were not behind the ovals of the jacket - I wanted his shoulders to look as broad as possible
So Becky, does this work for you?