Wednesday, 21 April 2010
Thank you Leslie and Tracy for this award!
Here are the rules to accepting this award:
1. Thank the person who nominated you
2. Copy the award and paste it on your blog
3. Link to the person who nominated you for the award
4. List 10 interesting things about yourself
5. Nominate 10 other Beautiful Bloggers
So here goes! 10 interesting things about myself:
1. I have 3 wonderful young adults ages 12yrs, 14yrs and 16yrs so I guess I shouldn't call them children any more!
2. I will have been married to my wonderful husband for 19 years this May!
3. I love making mini albums and taking part in swaps.
4. I have made some wonderful friends through the scrapbooking world!
5. My favorite time of year is Spring as I love all the new beginnings: baby lambs in the fields, plants beginning to grow (sorry if this sounds corny!)
6. My favorite flower is the Tulip (another reason I love the spring time!)
7. I always have an untidy craft space lol!
8. I love anything in a vintage style!
9. My Favorite products: Tim Holtz, Prima, Websters Pages, Graphic 45 and of course Glimmer Mist!
10. I used to be quite shy but have got more confidence as I have got older!
So I now Nominate the following for this award:
Sunday, 18 April 2010
Around Whitby are a lot of places that are used as TV and Film Locations. We visited a Village called Goathland which was used in the filming of Heartbeat, along with the surrounding Moors. A couple of places were still set up as for filming!
Goathland railway station was also used in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's stone as "Hogsmeade Station". The car at the top of this post was also used in one of the Harry potter films!
Things have been busy the last couple of weeks as the kids have been on their Easter break from school. The first week we went away to Whitby in Yorkshire. We had a lovely time and the weather was even quite kind to us with really only one day when it rained in the morning. As we took the dog with us we did lots of walking but we even took a ride on a steam train! This we could see from our cottage window!
As Heidi has her album from the March scrapzville swap I can now show the pictures above. I hope she was pleased with it as it was her first album swap!
Heidi did not want an album that was too jammed packed that it wouldn't close, so I thought I would make this album which is based on one by Laura Dennison of Following The paper Trail. This is what it came out like.