14 September 2012

Archi-Scraps meets Wiltshire ...

Joining in again with Julene and her Archi-Scraps challenge blog,  where this month she threw me a slight curve ball when she introduced this Australiana style home as our inspiration piece.

 
Since I wanted to continue on with my honeymoon album layouts  I thought I would take the pale wall colours and grey roof surrounded by greenery and transport myself to Wiltshire in England to the very quintessential village of Castle Combe.
 
This heritage listed village with a population of 350 features buildings in the Cotswold style with thick stones walls and half cut stone tiles. It is extremely pretty and welcoming place and a must see stop on any English tour.
 
 

4 comments:

Julene Matthews said...

THese buildings look so English don't they. I love your layout Jane and thank you for playing at Archiscraps.

Shazza said...

I loved seeing the photos of some English homes. It's great that you are getting more pages done from your honeymoon!

Julie Short said...

The houses in some parts of England are so pretty Jane. I am sure you would have had a wonderful Time. A couple of years ago I spent over a week in the Cotswolds - it was super.
I loved the tint villages which seemed to have changed not too much at all.
Your album will truly be a memorable one.

Julie Short said...

The houses in some parts of England are so pretty Jane. I am sure you would have had a wonderful Time. A couple of years ago I spent over a week in the Cotswolds - it was super.
I loved the tint villages which seemed to have changed not too much at all.
Your album will truly be a memorable one.