Saturday, 3 October 2009

Something to write home about

I've been thinking about how to name 'him' :) A while back Shimelle talked on her blog about why she calls her now husband 'the boy'. Basically it's to give him some privacy and it's not something I've had to think about until now. But I am here. And I am thinking about it. The man? The myth? The legend? Tee hee- maybe! I'm going to ponder it some more but for now he can remain 'him'. A little rude, but gifted with the use of words I am not (whereas he most definitely is so perhaps I'll leave it up to him to tell me what I should call him on this thing!) so for now it'll do.

Anyway, a while ago he said that he hoped he'd become the subject of my LOs sometime soon. And so he has. This is the first of many LOs featuring him I am sure. Entitled 'Something to write home about', here it is;
I used the last of my papers and alphabet from the Indigo Mills October Monster Mash kit for this one and added;
Dictionary and book of quotations from Oxfam
Prima artisan flowers
7 gypsies label stickers from carte postale
Chipboar butterflies
7 gypsies 'Year' stickers
Glitz frosting
doodlebug designs simply sweet rub ons
Carolees creations tiny etched natural alphas
Prima say it in crystals
Sassafras cardstock stickers Fawned of You Too
Jenni Bowlin Memo Pad- black
Sequin waste
Melissa Francess Designer stickers
Tim Holtz keys
Prima felt stem
Tim Holtz tickets
Teresa Collins calender paper
Making memories velvet sayings
Phew! What a lot of stash!!! Hey, perhaps 'Something' would work as a name ;) Suggestions on a postcard...


ScrappyDandyDoo said...

I absolutely LOVE this LO, its a bit different to your normal style,but its nice to do something different sometimes.
Its very eclectic and collagey - right up my street :D

I'm still working on a name for you LOL :D

tony said...

there are no words to describe how amazing this feels to be special enough for you to do this for me ,with all my heart thank you x

Jimjams said...

I think as Tony has outed himself, maybe you could just call him Tony?

Lovely, lovely LO - he certainly does seem to be something to write home about!