Sunday, November 01, 2009

Scrap that Poetry Challenge #3: Where the Sidewalk Ends

It time for another Scrap That Poetry Challenge. This time we are using Shel Silverstein's Where the Sidewalk Ends for inspiration. If this poem holds a fond place in your heart, why don't you play along? 

I couldn't leave any word of this poem off of my layout. My journaling (around the top of the LO) reads: "Can you find it? Can you find the bit of heaven that children find everyday? Can you find where the sidewalk ends?"

This little guy is one of four cards that I was able to create from my page scraps. I think this patterned paper is so gorgeous that you only need a little to make a stunning card... less is more:)

Take Care!

Products: patterned paper (Bridgeport by SEI), butterfly & border punch (Martha Stewart Crafts), pearls (Kaiser Craft), ribbon (The Paper Studio)


Kim said...

Your page is amazing, Windy! I love your take on the poem!

Jane F. Smith said...

Just a beautiful Page!! I love the paper and those sweet butterflies!!!

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Gladie said...

Your Lo is beautiful! Love the journaling and the georgeous photos! And your card - stunning! Less IS more :D