Saturday, 14 February 2009

Artarazzi - Me, Myself and Eye

Me, myself and I is the theme at Artarazzi this week. Vron asked us to create something that included a photograph of our self.

This is me blinking into the camera and the sun aged about 3. I have lots of photos of me doing this same thing.

In case you're wondering what the journaling says, it's a little rhyme my Grandma used to say to me around about this time :

There was a little girl, who had a little curl
Right in the middle of her forehead
When she was good she was very very good
But when she was bad she was horrid.


Credit to Happy Scrap for the background. The card was Googled.

Fonts : Journaling hand, Ransom and Sketch Rockwell.

Thank you for looking.


Femmy said...

great!! cute photo and I love the rhyme!

Veronica said...

I laughed at the rhyme - my mum used to say that too lol. Brought back many happy memories

v xxx

June said...

Love this one my friend :) Fabe work and i remember that rhyme too lol. You were a cute lil girl too
Hugs j X

Ginger said...

How cute Happy Valentines day taluula!

Faye said...

Great piece! I remember that poem too, which my mother used to recite to my sis and me especially when we were misbehaving! Your picture is so darling. What a cutie! I love the eye part of me, myself, and --.

Ozstuff said...

Wonderful take on the challenge. What a cutie you were/are!! It seems we all remember that poem. It had an effect on me because I never really wanted to be HORRID. (Saved that for me old age).
Hugely creative and super fantastic.

indybev said...

Awwww, what a cutie. Nothing much has changed! Still have that curl?

Tacey said...

This is wonderful! The poem brought back memories for me as it did for everyone. Very creative, Ann..I love this!

Heather Robinson said...

My mother used to say that verse to me often...hmmm...wonder why! This is a fantastic piece full of humour and just the right touch of naughtiness.

Mary said...

My grandmother used to say that exact same rhyme to me, but I don't have curly hair!

Kristen Hermanny said...

What a sweet photo, and that poem is great! Makes me miss my grandma she had the best sayings!