Monday, July 23, 2007
This was one silly ride. Perry and I were crammed in one rocket (big mistake) and Chris is scared of heights so he stayed as low as possible. Angie, Jeremy, and Alex had a great time though. I used "A Boy's World", "Swirly Borders - Mini set", and "Sharie Upper Alphabet" stamp sets from www.InqueBoutique.com
Tuesday, July 17, 2007
We love Typhoon Lagoon. I wish I was there now. No, I am not holding a dog or strange pig shape! LOL! I got my Typhoon Tilly drink in a Pirate shaped Coconut and I had to have a photo. Oh that was a good drink and it felt so appropriate to be in a coconut. This is taken waveside where we are watching the boys play in huge wave pool.
The title stamps are from the "Fresh Alphabet lower" in the Stephanie Barnard collection. This may be my current fave alphabet. The tiki and flowers and things are from the "Tiki Lagoon" set and the journaling piece is from the "Narrative Elements" set both in the Savoir Faire Collection. All stamps from www.InqueBoutique.com
Introducing Inque Boutique! Look how cute we all are. It was just a great meeting in such a beautiful location. Dixie took this photo so John was all smiles. I used my huge tropical stamp from the "Tropical Lagoon" set and then added the flourish above it and some of the flower stamps from the "Tiki lagoon" set are stamped and added with foam tape for dimension. I painted the image on the layout with ink from the Whispers markers. All from www.InqueBoutique.com
This is one of my favorite photos from Clarissa and Jim's wedding. They couldn't have had a more perfect day. We all had a great time. The stamps are from "Nightingale" and "Nightingale's Song" stamp sets from the Savoir Faire Collection by www.InqueBoutique.com.
Another layout using one of the stamps from the "Nightingale" set by Inque Boutique. This is a photo of Miss Noel when Dad made the mistake of carrying her over to touch a tree. He got to use his new ladder that day. I LOVE these Old World papers from DCWV and I had a great time making this layered flower using the Old World die shapes and silk flowers. The challenge was to make a layered flower and to use a sepia tone photo.