Friday, June 22, 2012

Final Free Friday For 14 years; and a lesson in aliteration

Noun -alliteration - use of the same consonant at the beginning of each stressed syllable in a line of verse; "around the rock the ragged rascal ran"

And so this is why i have now have a letter sheet without a single F left in it!

Made with "Sue's Shared and Swapped Scraps kit"
I made this for the UKS weekly challenge
to use blue, swirls (I made ribbon swirls), delicate papers, and a quirky cluster of elements, my title!


  1. Beautiful page - love the punched edge! Great to get all that journalling on there and great alliterative title!

  2. Gorgeous - love that organza twirling across the page

  3. OH MY! That girl is just too adorable! And what a great layout. So happy to have added your blog to my reader. I really like your style. For the photo scavenger hunt, a border can be interpreted in many ways - a border between states, countries, etc.; a flower border; even a border on a layout, I think. Have fun and be creative! When others start posting pictures, I always get more inspiration.

  4. Super page and well done on the alliteration and finding enough 'F's


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