Thursday, 1 September 2011

The iPose page

 I know what you are thinking. You're thinking it's the beginning of September, so I'm is bringing out the school uniform photos. Actually, you'd be half right. If you have been hanging out here for a while you might remember the pictures from a post I did about taking iphone photos. The (not so) Small One and I had fun trying out some tips on posing and thses pictures were the results.


I have been meaning to put them on a page for ages. But the real reason for this page is that big embellishment. The over sized cream flower. It came with a kit from Midnight Rooster and I've been saving it up, wondering how best to show it off. It's something a bit different, isn't it? One of the nice things about getting homemade embellishments in a kit, I think, is that you can have a bit of a look and work out how they are made. So, you never know, you might see another big flower popping up on a page. Or two.

After all, I might have another iPhone page to make now that I have discovered The iPhoneography Blog. If you are a phone fan, check it out - every new app reviewed; advance news of new ones ("my week in pictures" anyone? I like the sound of that); challenges too. Definitely worth a look...

Don't forget! Storytelling Sunday this Sunday. Everyone welcome.



22 comments:

Amy said...

The embellishment is lovely Sian - and I do detect a change in TSO after viewing recent posts ... she is certainly growing up!

jennifer said...

A very pretty page, the flower certainly finishes it off nicely! Thanks for the iPhone blog link, it looks interesting! X

Karen said...

Both lovely photos but I like the one with TNSSO looking out into the distance best. Love the flower on your page.

Alana said...

Pretty flower Sian....I bet you can make one just as good, nicer even. I'm going to take a peek at that Blog, I feel I need to get mote out of my itouch. Have you tried blogging from your phone yet....super easy. It must be if I can do it. Btw, lovely Lo.

Julie J said...

Well matched flower, paper and photos. Thanks for the close up so we can work out how it's made too.

Maria Ontiveros said...

Lovely page - I like how big the pix are on this one. And, yes, I'll definitely be here on Sunday, although I keep changing my story idea.
Rinda

Jennifer said...

A beautiful LO with that beautiful flower. So happy to see some of those cute photos scrapped. I remember the post where you showed them. I love the very creative title! Perfect! :)

Louise said...

You have certainly shown your flower off - very pretty layout Sian xx

Alison said...

I DO like that flower...great LO and title too!
Alison xx

Amanda said...

I thought they were great photos definitely deserving a page of their own......lovely flower.

alexa said...

And such a lovely colour combination too ... Looking forward to seeing your own flowers too. A non-iphone user here, so I'll have to pass!

Becky said...

Lovely page, really pretty and I am now off to have a look at the link!

Melissa said...

Oh, what a great flower embellishment. I love this layout and how you used yellows to accent the photos of the (not so) Small One in her blue uniform.

Karen said...

Fabulous iPhone photos! I am amazed at what great photos this phone takes, and your layout showcases them wonderfully! Gorgeous model you have there as well!

laurie said...

that flower is a prize! a fitting page featuring a beautiful member of what is being called the igeneration. :-)

Ginger said...

Oh I remember these photos! The flower is gorgeous and perfect with the layout as is the wood paper behind the photos! Love the title Sian :)

Miriam said...

The flower is stunning, just the sort of thing I like. This is such a lovely page Sian.

Sue Althouse said...

That is a gorgeous flower and looks like it was made for that patterned paper!

Jo said...

Another stunning layout, I love the pictures

scrappyjacky said...

Love the colours here,Sian....and the flower is gorgeous....as is The Not So Small One.

Cheryl said...

What a fab LO Sian and that flower is just gorgeous x

Lisa said...

great layout - the wood grain background paper is just gorgeous - right up my street. What is it? As for the gorgeous flower - well, that is a real eyecatcher isn't. I've seen some tutorials out there for this type of flower and have been admiring them a lot - I really ought to have a go as this one is amazing. You found the perfect page to showcase it!

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