Oops! I forgot yesterday was the 1st of the month which means another Scrap That Poetry challenge. This time we have the beautiful poem "A Red, Red Rose" by Robert Burns. Check out the poem HERE.
I chose the lines, "As fair art thou, my bonnie lass, so deep in luve am I..." And, no, I that's not a typo! That's how Mr. Burns spelled love back in the day. ;oD
This is a pic of The Girl as Alice in Wonderland at the Disneyland Halloween Celebration a few weeks ago. I thought this Webster's Pages paper complemented the colors in the picture beautifully.
I didn't want to cover up any of the gorgeous images so I did a fair amount of fussy cutting. However, what I did cover up was my daughter's shoes which I thought really made her outfit. See, in my rush to pack for the trip, Mommy forgot to consider footwear for the kids' costumes so the girl ended up wearing her All-Stars with her costume. However, I thought it looked ADORABLE because she looked like a little punk Alice. Man, if I'd have thought to do that on purpose I would've tried to find her a fitted full-sleeve tattoo t-shirt to go under it, too, LOL.
Drooling over that gorgeous flower??? That's a yummy Precocious Paper Bridal Satin Blossom. Unfortunately, this picture just doesn't do the color justice. It's a rich, jewel red.
Check out the amazing inspiration from the Scrap That Poetry DT for this poem. And we'd love to have you come by and play along with us, too!
Attitude of Gratitude, Day 2
Today I am grateful for all the wonderful, sweet, and MAJORLY talented people on the Design Teams I'm involved with: Sketchy Thursdays, Scrap That Poetry, Precocious Paper, Pink Ninjas, and the entire staff of Scrapbook News and Review. These people inspire me daily. What a wonderful craft!!!