Sunday, 16 August 2009

I have been busy with all these LO's and posts and I have had so much fun researching the backgrounds to the photos below ...cannot believe I managed to do six.

I hope you enjoy reading the little memories and nuggets of history ...thanks for dropping by.

Take Care xx


Julia Dunnit said...

Angie I can't tell you how much I'm enjoying your research and the social history that you are recording. The LOs are fab; a wonderful 'whole' - you must be really pleased - and as for the 'experiment' - w o w!

Linda said...

What a fascinating blog! Just followed the link from UKS, and am so glad I did! I love your LOs and am inspired to do more of my ancestors!

Bovey Belle said...

I'm a family historian too, so I really enjoyed this. Super photos as well. I had a "meet" with another branch of the family in Devon recently, so I am back on the FH treadmill again. : )

SueH said...

Hi again Angie,
Happily I came here by misstate before visiting your crafting blog and I’m so pleased that I did.
I’ve been trying to do a family album for some time now but I’m not a scrapbooker and have really struggled with it. I even started a blog, Family Footprints in the Sands of Time, but only every got as far as doing my introduction.
Your blog is so inspiring and I’m going to add it to my favourites and enjoy spending some time reading it all. Hopefully it will make me get my act in gear and add the pages I’ve already done and scrap a few more.

Thanks for sharing your wonderful family photos.

Pam said...

hi Angie-how are you? The black splats around the photo on my blog are Kaisercrafts rub ons-cool aren't they?

Samantha Maddin said...

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SueH said...

Hi Angie,
Thanks for your lovely comments on my blog.

I have to say that it’s all down to you that I’ve finally gone back to it after all this time. If I hadn’t see your beautiful pages mine would still be gathering dust.