Sometimes in life potentially racist and non-politically correct things happen. Like this card and the stamp set it comes from.
That is until some of my fellow consultants started talking about how this set would would make great Thanksgiving cards. I thought that was crossing a line. I asked a card making workshop group what they thought and many felt like me that the set was okay but not for Thanksgiving and a couple of ladies thought it was outright racist and/or politically wrong.
All that happened before I owned the set. Now that I happen to have it, of course I had to make a card and send it to the biggest naysayer in the above group. She knows I did it to put a smile on her face. And yes, it really does say "R U?" on the inside.
The Fine Print: Full disclosure here--my grandmother is from the Stockbridge-Muncee tribe and the school I work at has the Aztec for a mascot. Only once in awhile does someone get their panties in a wad about it (the mascot, not my grandmother). Stamps and supplies from A Muse Studio's fall/winter supplement. Stamps--Home Sweet Home and To the Point; Cardsotck--Violeta and squash; inks--violeta, habenero, hibiscus and Memento black; Other products-tall letter dies and Fiest patterned paper pack.