Friday, November 30, 2018

George & Elizabeth Layout

When in London, we took pictures of the statues of Queen Elizabeth II's parents, George VI and Queen Elizabeth. The little I knew about them was gleaned from the Netflix series the Crown and the movie The King's Speech, so I checked them out on Wikipedia and was surprised to find out that they actually married for love, something that is probably overlooked in all the hoopla surrounding George's older brother Edward's abdication so he could marry the love of his life! Using lyrics from a couple of Bryan Adams' songs, I played off the fact that he asked her to marry him and she refused twice because she was "afraid never, never again to be free to think, speak and act as I feel I really ought to." His determination won the day and they lived quite happily together for 29 years until his death in 1952.

I tucked a journaling card behind the green cardstock.
Jennifer's Hand & My One & Only stamp sets
Floral papers (KI Memories)
Petal & Sweet Leaf cardstock
Petal, Sweet Leaf & Crystal Blue ink
Petal marker
Fuchsia marker (Zig)
DE Framed Fun chipboard
Illustrated Faith Family die-cuts (Bella Blvd)
#Life journaling card
Cricut Artiste cartridge: speech bubbles
Pattern: Sketches in Thyme #350


Deanna said...

I love that scalloped matte you used and great take on the sketch! Thanks for playing along with us at Sketches in Thyme! ;)

Eli said...

A very nice interpretation. Eli (Sketches in Thyme)