Monday, 5 April 2010

Heritage Layout

Luckily, I've had lots of crafting time this Easter, and this is the final layout I have time for before starting back to work tomorrow.
I started with a sketch from Pencil Lines and used up yet more 'old' patterned paper from my stash. I cannot remember who the manufacturer is, but at a guess it's K&Co. The circle border was done with a Martha Stewart border punch, and if you cannot recognise the pattern it's the double-loop, but with the second set of loops hidden under the square of paper.
The photos are of my father and his younger brother, and they were taken at a photographic studio in Bedford, probably about 1925. The photos are held in place with clear photo corners so that they can be removed in the future.
I've also caught up with reading everyone's blog posts and enjoyed the break from routine. I hope you've had an enjoyable Easter too.


  1. Glad you have had a creative Easter ...great vintage LO ... doesnt Harold look like a cute little girl ...bless....was the style back then

  2. Sounds like the perfect Easter break to me Ann! Great LO, weren't theyhorrid to thebabies back then! Oh those curls!



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