This first one is about a ritual in our home. Albin and Agnes have to watch TV for a little while before bedtime every night. I usually join in when it's time for Phineas & Ferb... They're hilarious!
The faboulous PPs are Pink Paislee from the September Nook kit. That kit is absolutely wonderful!
This one is for the Dance 102 class. I've "danced" with the layout while listening to music, all according to the instructions for the course, ie. having it turned upside down when I made it. That's why the journaling is written upside down... Oh, and the blue frame and the hearts are hand doodled by the way, and coloured with Pro-markers.
This one is for Art class, where you're supposed to be inspired by an famous work of art. I was inspired by John Bauer's beautiful Princess Tuvstarr, and I had four little trolls playing peek-a-boo among the tree trunks. I had so much fun making this one.
English class. We had to scrap a photo of ouselves reading. There were only me and Agnes at home, so noone else could actually take the photo. I put the camera on the tripod, adjusted it as good as possible, placed myself in this position, and had Agnes pressing the button... It could have ended with disaster, but it all went well, and I could scrap the photo right away. I just adore these Jenni Bowlin PPs.
And I have to share this layout with Agnes and her angry face... She has some serious mood swings that girl, and this is a face we see a lot here nowadays. I just had to do something about it. We were suposed to use a phrase from a film, so I picked up the old line from Dirty Dancing: "Nobody puts Baby in a corner!" Remember? When Johnny walks up to Baby's dad at the big show and takes her dancing... Oh, I love that scene! And it's very appropriate for this layout, because nobody puts my baby in a corner and expects her to stay there and do as she's told...
I have a few more layouts to show you, of course, but that will have to wait until tomorrow.
And, btw, I guess you have noticed by now that I didn't write anything in Swedish this time... It just takes so much time to write everything twice, and I figure most of you understand English anyway.
Bye for now!