Monthly Archives: September 2011

Postcard Friendship Friday – Bowring Institute Bangalore India

Submitted as part of Postcard Friendship Friday hosted by The Best Hearts are Crunchy

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Wordless Wednesday – An old Scrapbook

Taking part in Wordless Wednesday

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Tea Cup Tuesday – Royal Commemoratives 1902

Welcome to Tea Cup Tuesday. On Sunday night, as I sat down to watch the Antique Road show (broadcast by the BBC here in the UK), I was contemplating the next object for my Tea Cup Tuesday post. I have quite … Continue reading

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Sunday Salon – Latest additions and musings…..

A few weeks ago, I picked up a copy of the Homes and Antiques Magazine published here in the UK. There was an article on King Penguin books. I was intrigued, and much to my husband’s dismay I am contemplating collecting the … Continue reading

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Creative Stitches & Crafts – Part Three

The poetry in stitches exhibition was remarkable and hosted by the National Needlework Archive. All the material is of course copyrighted to those who made the amazing pieces on display. I was very taken with several pieces and my only … Continue reading

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Creative Stitches & Crafts – Part Two

This impressive collection of postcards were embroidered by the West County Embroiderers Group. 

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Creative Stitches & Crafts – Part One

The Creative Stitches & Hobby Fair has been on in Exeter since Thursday. We visited yesterday, against my better judgement. Work commitments prevented me going on Thursday and Friday. It was, as I predicted packed and getting photos of general views tricky, … Continue reading

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Sunday Stamps – Lesotho Africa

Welcome, to the latest Sunday Stamps posting. In keeping with the Africa theme for this week. Here is a set that I have kept for nearly 30 years. I can not recall where I got them from. This set is … Continue reading

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Carnival Of Genealogy 110 – What Tree Are You?…..

‘What tree best represents your family’s history? Is your family most like a towering redwood, weeping willow, or a stately oak?  Maybe you think of your family more like a brightly lit Christmas tree or a tropical palm’ What a … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday & Silent Sunday – Alfie

Alfie 10 September 2011 – All snuggled and sleepy! Submitted to Wordless Wednesdays

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