Take time to play & WFMW

Here is my latest layout, and the inspiration for the title of today’s post.

It was made using My Favorite Things by Gina Marie Huff at Weeds & Wildflower Designs.

The layout also includes my Works-For-Me Wednesday tip for this week

A Non-spill Bubble Blower

Yes – it really works, despite numerous falls and tumbles from a great height, and being left on it’s side for a prolonged period (the time taken to eat an ice-cream!)

This particular model is from Early Learning Centre, but I am sure they are widely available, using the same design principle.

Check out more great WFMW ideas at Rocks in My Dryer

On to some more Paris photos – are you still with me? or will I stop posting them? Let me know.

That’s all folks!

Take care, leave a comment, and come back soon.

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  1. Your layouts are beautiful. I wish I had the patience to do that, but I don’t. In any case, welcome to my blog from Adoptic.

    You really have a talent for layout.


  2. You really have a flair for architectural photos, JM! I love your Paris pics. Great layout too, isn’t that kit just great?

  3. I’m still looking at the Paris pics so anyone who’s tired of them can pound sand. JK! No, really, I love how you look at things and seeing your photos makes me want to go back.

  4. Your Paris photos are wonderful! There’s so much to photograph there, and I love your perspective.
    The bubble blower thingy is great too!

  5. We used to have a similar bubbler blower and they’re wonderful aren’t they! Your photographs are absolutely stunning!

  6. The bubble thing is cool!
    You layout is so CUTE!
    The pictures are rocking! I LOVE THEM. I’m still with you!
    By the way, you were tagged on my page! Go and check it out!

  7. Beautiful photos and that bubble thing is awesome. Will have to check that out for my granddaughter who spills her bubbles all the time.

  8. Amazing photos!!!How jealous I am not only of your being in Paris but your talent with the camera. Wonderful shots.

    I love your layout too. Such a cutie pie he is.

    Hope you’re having a wonderful day.

  9. Thanks for the comment on my blog!! Your layout is great, I love all the green especially. And OMG I NEEED one of those non-drip bubble things (my deck is like an ice-rink with all the spilt bubble mixture!)

    Fabulous Paris photos too, your photography is beautiful.

  10. Love the bubble thing. I’ll have to look for one in Target.

    You’re page layout is wonderful too, as always!

  11. I love your pictures, It’s the one thing I’m really sorry I don’t have a talent for.

    That bubble thing is great, I’ll be picking one up in ELC for toots. We had bubbles in the garden at the weekend and so much of it was spilt everywhere (its from ELC as well and it is strong stuff). With the weather we’ve had the last couple of days the garden is like an ice rink, there must be a thin film of soap on everything. My fault for being lazy and not hosing it down there and then I suppose.

  12. Great pictures!

    I’ve been intrigued by the digiscrapper stuff, but you’ve just about sealed the deal for my interest! Your works are fun and beautiful!

  13. What beautiful architectural details you’ve captured in those photos.

    One of the last ones reminds me of pictures I took of the Eiffel Tower (before kids).

    Thanks for the trip down memory lane 🙂

  14. Ohhh lala (is this close enough to French for you?)… your pics are awewsome! Your layout TOO CUTE, your journalling a nice break and informative too. All in all, I always come away richer for having visited you my fine Irish friend!

    hugses! Thats universal language for a BIG SQUEEZE! *winking*

  15. Another wonderful set of photos of Paris, Janmary. I am back too from Paris with a few pics that I have put on my blog. I also gave a link to your blog! hope it is Ok with you. Have a nice WE!

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