Friday, June 27, 2008

Girls in Gazebo

Since moving back to our own home, one of the favorite things that Hannah likes to do when we go for walks is to stop at the gazebo in, what i call, the town square. Nothing happens here except once a year for a day, there's a craft fair. The gazebo is cute and the girls like to pretend they are dancers and princesses and they twirl and prance around. I've been trying to take more pictures and from a variety of angles, trying to catch different expressions and different perspectives. Almost all the accessories and paper used here were freebies from Jessica Sprague. Click on her blog link below and look under freebies. This set is called strawberries and lemonaide. The template used here is from LivE; again, click the link to her blog below. For more freebies by these two, check out Jessica's website and look under free downloads. The poem used here is by Shel Silverstein, and I was inspired to use this by another designer's blog I visitied recently. I used an alpha to create the title and the words in the poem; I lined up each word, merged them into one layer, and added a bevel to it to make it look raised up.

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