Now before any of you go Kung Fu Grammar on me, I must clarify that the title of this post (and page) is directly from the mouth of a 5 year old. I was tucking her into bed last week after we had had a play day with some friends. She said she had a great time, but her brother was her “bestest friend”.
Supplies: Crate Paper (patterned paper, stickers & flags made with border stickers, 12x12 paper as well as 6x6), Studio Calico (veneer chips), Paper Trey Ink alpha dies
Design Tip: Visual Triangle The page has three points of interest creating a triangle. The veneer star on the t in “Bestest” the veneer shapes at the bottom left and finally with the most weight (the journaling) the veneer chips on the journal block. A visual triangle creates flow on the page and tells the eye where to look, playing a virtual dot to dot game with your mind. As you connect the lines, you’ll notice that they lines flow through the most important part of the page, my munchkins faces.
Price Per Page: $ (under $2)
We had a fun little surprise in our house last night. My husband found a kitten! We knew that our cat was pregnant, we just didn’t know where she hid the babies. But R found one. It was all he could find, and momma cat (Cinderella – yes, named by a princess) was okay with only one baby, so we assume that’s all she has.
4 ounces of absolute cuteness I wish A would have let me get a picture of her face, she was just beaming with joy at the little bundle!