Last month I spent a week in Padstow. The weather wasn't very kind to us and so we went on lots of walks.
Here is my journal page celebrating the fabulous Camel Trail.
I had collected a few brochures with pictures of the Padstow area which I used as my base. I added some neutral paints into the gaps and also rubbed some TH Distress crayons in Tattered Rose and Scattered straw, spraying them with water and blending with my fingers.
Next, I added a beautiful poem by Wordsworth entitled "To a Butterfly" and stamped a sentiment from a fairly new Kay Carley stamp. EKC05.
To complete my page , I added some lovely images from TH Botanical Layers...a packet filled with flowers, birds and butterflies.
I do hope that you feel inspired to join in with the challenge over on Country View Crafts....lots of lovely ideas on there.
Products Used:- Distress Crayons; EKC05; Botanical Layers.
Gorgeous page Hazel great way to show your pics. Hugs DebsxxReplyDelete
A lovely way to record your trip Hazel xxxReplyDelete
Lovely page Hazel! Padstow looks good, I'd love to see it, hopefully under sunny skies...ReplyDelete
I love this Hazel, a fab souvenir of your trip. Have a lovely weekend. Sue xxReplyDelete
Gorgeous page Hazel.... what a great way to store your Padstow memories! xxReplyDelete
Wonderful journal page with a vintage feel! Have a nice weekend! xxReplyDelete
What a wonderful spread to record your trip! Beautiful!ReplyDelete
What a great way to 'store' your memories ! Fab !ReplyDelete
Beautiful pages Hazel - I love the camel trail - great memories of cycling there many years ago. Your pages are beautifully done! Big hugs rachel xReplyDelete
I love holiday journal pages Hazel and yours are beautuful. You have created some magical memories xxReplyDelete
Great page spread - I love how you've used the Botanical elements amongst the photos, and the aged background is lovely.ReplyDelete
What a fantastic spread! Every bit is so beautiful and in harmony. Hugs, AutumnReplyDelete
Your journal pages are beautiful, Hazel! It´s a perfect composition of pictures and sentiments. Pretty way to keep memories!ReplyDelete