Monday, 4 April 2011

Prince's and Forts!

A couple of layouts today, first up is one for Bo Bunny where the Focus was on stamps!  I used the Cambridge and Timepiece stamp sets which is definitely two of my favourite stamps sets along with the Gabrielle set!

Supplies used:
Blueberry Stripe Double Dot
Dark Denim Double Dot
Cambridge Crown Die Cut
Cambridge Argyle
Note Worthy Cambridge
Cambridge Newsprint Wrap
Cambridge 12x12 Combo Sticker
Cambrtidge Clearly Stamp
Timepiece Clear Stamp

The saying is taken from the More than a Princess poem by Brian Andreas at The Story People. It is a poem that I have loved for ages but of course with two little boys the Princess doesn't work so I have changed it a bit to work for my boys but still keep the beautiful meaning.

The next one was for a sketch group on UKS I am a part of using the following sketch from Inspired Blueprints
These are my kids sitting in their little Fort made out of our cream lounge suite.  We kicked ourselves a good few times for buying a cream lounge suite but it was an amazingly comfortable lounge suite with loads of cushions that was just perfect for making forts and the kids loved to take them apart and play on them!  We just had to invest in a carpet and upholstery cleaner :)
The papers are My Minds Eye Penny Lane 'Feeling Groovy' papers.

I will be back in a day or two with a layout using the gorgeous new Bo Bunny Timepiece! :) (and maybe even a couple of photos from our trip to the Lake District if I can get a bit of time to sort through the photos!)

Tfl!

5 comments:

Cindy Gay said...

Love the poem and alphas.

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

OMYGOSH!! These are BOTH GORGEOUS! I love love love love that title on the first one! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

KraftyKaren said...

Two gorgeous layouts and I love love love the quote that you have used.

Karen x

Louise said...

wow, two very different layouts and both are absolutely gorgeous x

Kim Sonksen said...

Fantastic layouts - I am especially loving the first one, the colours and elements are totally up my street.
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