Gotta love that childhood sing-song rhyme we all used to chant in elementary school! Thanks to the talents of the darling Merrymint gals, they used this rhyme to help me turn the song Jamie & I danced to at our wedding… Grab a pair of scissors, adhesive of some type , an 8×10 frame, 4 sheets of white cardstock, a black pen, distressing ink , and some cute ribbon or baker’s twine. I have them linked up below in the steps where you will need them. You don’t need a whole lot to make this darling piece of art!Byron was the son of Captain John "Mad Jack" Byron and his second wife, the former Catherine Gordon (d.1811), a descendant of Cardinal Beaton and heiress of the Gight estate in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
I like to use this site to find mine but there are all sorts of websites out there that showcase song lyrics.
He is regarded as one of the greatest British poets and remains widely read and influential.
Among his best-known works are the lengthy narrative poems Don Juan and Childe Harold's Pilgrimage as well as the short lyric poem "She Walks in Beauty".
He was born on 22 January in lodgings at Holles Street in London.
Catherine moved back to Aberdeenshire in 1790, where Byron spent his childhood.
– In Word, open up a new document and make sure it’s in “landscape” mode.