Here is my Sunday Stamper contribution for this week. I decided to put my on-going banner to one side for this challenge as I thought you might all like a story about This boy!
Now, are you sitting comfortably?
Then I'll begin.......
Once upon a time there was a very ordinary little prince.
He wasn't tall and handsome. He needed a step ladder to mount a trusty steed and he had never fought a dragon in his life, but he was kind and thoughtful and good to his Mum and Dad and the palace servants. This however was not good enough for all the princesses that lived near and far to his little kingdom. It made the ordinary little prince very sad as he dearly wanted to marry and have a family.
One day he was out walking when he spied a young maiden kneeling by a pond. When she stood up he thought she was gorgeous despite her very strange cosmetic choice.
He asked her who she was and she replied that she was an ordinary little princess that really wanted to fall in love with a prince but none of the princes that she had met were interested in her.
'Could it be because you are wearing green lipstick?' he asked politely, falling instantly in love with her despite her verdant lips.
'Oh' she replied, blushing a fiery red, 'That is because I am trying to kiss all the frogs in this pond incase one of them is a prince!'
'Well,' said the ordinary little prince, 'I am an ordinary little prince but I should love to marry you!'
And so it came to pass that they were married very soon after.
They had a very small wedding because no-one thought they were important enough to bother with, but all the servants came and a great time was had by one and all. No good fairies attended the bash but then no wicked fairies came either and so they went to live in their little kingdom.
There they raised a large loving family and despite being economically challenged they were rich in love. They all grew into well rounded human beings despite the general lack of the x factor and loved and looked after their parents for many many years. And so they all lived happily ever after.
This all goes to show that you don't need to kiss a frog to find a loving prince.
Stamps curtesy of Stampotique with distress marker pens to colour. Frog from a long time ago hidden in my craftroom.
Hope this bit of daftness qualifies for Sunday Stamper, you did say it could be anything Hels!