- "A smiles it the same in any language" “A SMILE is the same in any language”
This photo of these refugees (from Bangladesh/ Rohingya) was taken at a recent multicultural festival and I thought this would be perfect motivation LOL…C/s: Bazzil bling (title); pps, doily and stamp: Basic Grey (Capella); Making Memories distresser; Cri Cut (Plantin School book); inks: StayzOn (burnt orange) and Versacolor (olive); lustre rubons, acetate; Flourish: Flourish with a bling (kindly donated by Colleen) adhesives: Kaiser and Helmar glue dots, double sided tape and magic mount.
- "BIGGLES"...“The name is James Bigglesworth, but my friends call me Biggles” Biggles was a (British) WWII pilot hero and this phrase is quoted from the fictional character book by Capt. W E Johns. Biggles is the nickname my DH has because of his aircraft ‘love’ of vintage and early aircraft. This Tiger Moth flight was my birthday present to DH last year. (Our them wedding was “Biggles gets married, and I still haven’t scrapped that yet LOL) products: C/S Bazzil; pps: Cosmo Cricket (Lil’ Man), Sassafras (Anthem) and Wishmade; C/B: Scrapware (propellers) and Basic Grey (title); Inks: Brilliance, Versacolor and Versamark; Embossing powder: Top Boss; adhesives: Helmar 450, double sided tape and magic mount. I will upload a wedding vid on here so, please watch this space :)
- "Me and my (soul) mate" products: Canvas, Making memories paints, rik rak, Bazzill, ribbon and unknown pps.
Saturday, June 5, 2010
Posted by Marie Mazz CAIRNS
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder... http://mazzarati.blogspot.com.au/2010/09/obsessive-compulsive-disorder.html
Your fairy is called Columbine Goblinglitter
She is a bringer of riches and wealth.
She lives in mushroom fields and quiet meadows.
She is only seen in the light of a shooting star.
She wears lilac and purple like columbine flowers. She has gentle green wings like a butterfly.