Sunday, 1 May 2011


Over Easter I've had a lovely long  nine day break at the Seaside.....Luna had her 1st bus ride. Here she is, sat at the front of the bus with my younger brother David!
My oldest dog Daisy is getting on now but she still loves a run on the beach. After the first few days she was struggling to get up the stairs to the caravan, so we had to limit the time on the beach for her!

We went on lots of lovely walks, this was taken near Burgh Le Marsh, the fields were such stunning colours! The weather looks great but the cold Northernly wind spoilt it, hence why Ive got my coat zipped to the top!

I even found time to Craft, (apologises for the photos, they were took on my mobile) I am shocked to say this but I enjoyed using the Peel Offs! Im not a "Peel Off kinda girl" but I purchased an old card making magazine and I loved the article in it using the bird cage designs. It also matched a lovely set of new stamps on front of this months Simply Cards & Papercrafts with the sentiment "Have a tweet Day!" I also used K & Company paper from the Madeline Mat Pad.

Overall I couldn't have asked for better weather, a relaxing time was had by all my family and friends. We watched the Royal wedding together and had a bar b que in the afternoon. Also my older brother turned 18th this week so we celebrated his birthday with a meal out.
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Lynne said...

Looks like you all had a fab time Jo. You've got some more great pics for scrappin' Love Lynne xx

Natasha Mellor said...

loving the cards and sounds like you had a fab holiday so nice to have a rest and relax by the sea you can't beat it especially if the sun is shining for you! Seeyou soon xxx

angelwhispers said...

Wow Joe the pictures are fabulous and will be great for scrappin!!!!

I don't believe you where using peel offs!!! my my what a naughty girl you are!!! lol

Love Chanelle xxxx

Poppet said...

Glad to hear you all had a great holiday. I started crafting with peel offs many years ago as these were the only things you could really get you hands on. I definitely think they still have a place, as you have shown with your wonderful cards. :-) xx