Polkadot Princess

Polkadot Princess uses real textures and photos scrapped together to create a sweet and fun look for your little princess’ blog or digital album. Not only will you love looking at pictures of her on this pretty theme, but she will love looking at the butterfly, polkadots, and flowers decorating her space. And, if you love purple, this is full of beautiful purple patterns! Polkadot Princess uses Cufón to embed a cross-browser compatible custom font in your site title, so your blog will look just like the screenshot above.

If you like this and have a little guy who needs his blog dressed up, check out our Polkadot Prince template.

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Polkadot Prince

Polkadot Prince uses real textures and photos scrapped together to create a handsome backdrop for your sweet little man. You’ll treasure showing off your little guy’s greatest moments with this theme and he’ll adore the robot, paper airplanes and toy cars decorating his space. We know, because our little guy checked it over for quality assurance!  Polkadot Prince uses Cufón to embed a cross-browser compatible custom font in your site title, so your blog will look just like the screenshot above.

If you like this and have a little girl who needs her blog dressed up, look for our Polkadot Princess template.

Buy Polkadot Prince — $5
Buy Polkadot Prince with Polkadot Princess — $8

You might also be interested in these:

  1. Polkadot Princess
  2. Last Bit of Summer
  3. Let it Snow

capitol reef

so we took the kids camping with e’s parents at capitol reef this weekend.  both the kids were sick, which was a challenge, but otherwise they loved it.  capitol reef is in southern utah, so it’s got all the expected red rocks with tremendous landscapes.  somewhat less expected (for me, anyway) was that the canyons and valleys were shaped by water, so it’s a little like walking at the bottom of the ocean. (yes, i know it’s a “reef” but i’m a little slow sometimes…there’s a “goblin valley”, apparently, too, but i doubt there’s real goblins there…)  the place flash floods, too, when there’s a good storm, so there are washes with interesting textures and patterns along the walls and that are shaped by the flow of rushing water.  seriously, some of these structures and cliffs i’ve only ever seen replicas of at amusement parks — it was mind-blowing to see the same sorts of things in real life and about 80 times larger.  anyway, i took lots of cool pics.  here they are:

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