Little Meets A "Real" Princess ... Graphic 45 and Blue Fern Studio

I can't believe I haven't scrapbooked this photo yet.  Here is the story.

Back a couple of summers ago I took Little (grandgirl) to the historic USC Horseshoe.  It's a beautiful place right in the midst of the oldest part of the campus.  Little and I walked around, chased squirrels, taking pictures of Little sitting on the low hanging limbs of the old oak trees.

We were sitting and talking on one of the benches when Little cries out "a real princess, Meme!"  I looked where she was pointing and it was a beautiful bride having her bridal photos made.

She wanted to meet the princess.  We walked over and watch the photo shoot.  When they took a break I told the bride and her mother what Little had said.  The bride and her mother were so kind.  They talked to little about the "princess" getting married to the handsome "prince".  The bride was happy and held Little's hand to have her photo.  It was the highlight of Little's summer.

a real princess
Ingredients
Graphic 45 Botanical Tea paper collection
Blue Fern Studios chipboard square frame (gessoed and added crushed glass glitter)
Prima flowers, bird nest, and button
Tim Holtz distress ink vintage photo, skickles (outlining the large flower)
Fiskars/Jenni Bowlin squeeze punch banner
Stampendous Glass Glitter, champagne
Martha Stewart Gesso and doily
Webster's Pages letters for the title

What are you currently working on?  Thanksgiving, Fall or have you already jumped ahead to Christmas with Christmas cards, decorations for the tree and house, what about getting set for December Daily (Ali Edwards).  Let me know in the comments.  I'll tell mine if you tell yours!

Have a Crafty Weekend!


Comments

  1. Such a sweet story, and cute page you did. :-)

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  2. what a great story!!! Gorgeous page!

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  3. Loving how you scrapped this sweet photo, Debby!

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  4. So pretty! Wonderful story!

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  5. Wow, this is stunning.

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  6. Wow, awesome story and page....

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