It's rare for aunt Betty to call me, but I got a call from her last week. She wasted no time letting me know that she wanted a set of six teacup-shaped cards like the one she saw at my grandmother's house recently. In the fast-talking conversation, she asked how much a set of cards would cost because she would pay me but, fortunately, I didn't get a chance to tell her what I would normally charge to make and assemble all of the required cuts. I wouldn't let her pay me, of course, but I know she would faint if I had thrown a dollar figure into the conversation. On Friday, I dedicated a few hours to making this set of cards for her.