Gah! What a terrible film. It could have been so good with the whole concept of what happens if you are not like everyone else? But instead there is a feel good ending that is so false because we are still over fishing and warming the planet so the whole penguin habitat could be lost. And Hywel and I had a row because he refused to watch it. His watch it ironically button was off and all he could see was a film for babies. I did laugh out loud at several things but all in all would rather I hadn't bothered when I got to the end.
So I did some more work on the next Imagine That Project and then watched an episode of Heroes that I had missed. I have a bit of a weird crush on Hiro. He is so cute. So the gore and tension and peculiar goings on managed to wash the nasty taste of those b****y penguins out of my mouth!
So here is the layout that will be taught at IT along with a layout very similar to this one that I reproduced in 12x12 form. (But didn't photograph!) The aim is to use some of the papers that people might find more challenging - Love, Elsie Roxie and BG Periphery. I accidentally used some of the Roxie line that Emma did not stock so she is stocking it now (blush) but I managed better with the new one. I tried to make the Roxie layout very freestyle and the BG one less so, to show you can use rather "in your face" papers with "ordinary" photos.
I did add in a couple of techniques for people to try - journalling on paper (expect to see more of this!) and using glaze pens to doodle on the letters.
I do love those tall timbers alphabet stamps. Not cheap - but so versatile! I just hope some people want to try the classes now...