By this morning, I should be off galavanting with the Mouse (and hopefully enjoying happy, cooperative kiddos and maybe perfect weather, too? And no long lines of stupid people wearing socks with sandals? I can hope, can't I?!?) And Typepad is telling me I just spelled galavanting wrong. Is it galivanting? No. Gallavanting? Nope again. Well, whatever. You get the idea: I'm paying a visit to Mickey and I don't mean Rourke. (Now that would be a blog entry, there, I'm telling you!)
So yeah. I'm such a considerate blogger that I didn't want to leave you readers hanging while I'm away so I conveniently scheduled this post to share my last two JBS pages with ya. Not that I'm trying to say that viewing my pages is like a trip to Disneyland, or anything. But at any rate, buckle your seatbelts and keeps your hands inside the ride at all times. And enjoy, ya hear?
(On this page, my kit was running low, so I did add a few items that weren't actually in the original kit. Don't sue me or anything, but the kraft background, the punched scallop edge, and the white buttons were extras I threw in there.)
Again, just a few pieces appear here that weren't in the kit: the black tulle ribbon (easily found at Michaels), the scrap of burgandy cardstock (punched with the Fiskars Threading Water border) and the vintage button (from an old jar of buttons I scored at a flea market.)
For some more inspiring work with this kit, be sure to visit the JBS Inspiration blog, alrighty?!