Our "base" for the day was Farnham in Surrey. My daughter and SIL had taken a room at the Bush Hotel and came back to stay there the night after the wedding, which was held nearby. We all met up at the hotel and dropped them off at the wedding at 2.30pm. After some playtime back in the hotel room my Hb and I took Daisy out in her buggy for a walk.
Farnham in a very pretty old market town, although they could do with a by-pass as so much traffic comes around the one way system. We walked along the river and up to near the castle. It was the most gorgeous day on Saturday, the best of the weekend and it really felt like early summer.
The gardens were all so well tended. There were also some old alms houses built in 1614
I have several projects on the go including my May Tim Tag but one card I completed was a DT guest designer card for Ingacio over at Nicecrane Designs. He has some stunning new images out and the first set I wanted to use after my day in Farnham was a vintage children seaside set available here. It's called Children at the seaside.
Here is my card;
How gorgeous is this image...here is a close up
Etsy shop here
I would like to enter my card into the following challenges;
Feeling crafty one for the girls/ladies
Simon Says Wednesday anything goes
Crafting from the heart anything goes
Artistic Inspirations all for Mom/anything goes
Loves rubberstamps anything goes
Papertake weekly anything goes
Country View Crafts Nature's Glories
Crafty Sentiments anything goes
Dream Valley anything goes
And talking about "vintage", we took a little play bus with us which was a childhood toy belonging to our son. Daisy was fascinated by it and had fun on her play mat pulling out the people and trying to move the bus. Here are a couple of shots of our sweet girlie in the hotel room
I hope everyone in the UK enjoyed your long weekend? I am back at work tomorrow, so I have had a really lovely long break again. It's been sunny again today but I think there is some rain about to come in so I am glad I got my lawn cut.
Bye for now,
Jane (aka Nanna to Daisy) x