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I scrap-booked three pages of 12 ” x 12″ in December 2014. Please click on photos for larger images Some of the supplies I used were: Card-stock, Patterned paper from Memory Stor ®, a white Aquarelle color pencil, black acid free … Continue reading
I Scrap-booked three pages on 12 “x 12” paper in December 2014 using photos of our eldest grandchild. Close-up of envelope and tag with fibers. I used a wood-mounted rubber-stamp “Peddler’s pack by Stampworks”. Some of the supplies I used were: … Continue reading
Two 12 ” x 12″ pages, Scrap-booked November 2014. Photo from layout. Please click on photo for more. Photo from layout. Please click on photo for more. Photo from layout. Please click on photo for more. Supplies and tools: Suede-like … Continue reading
Cover of album, 12″ x 12″ Scrap-booked November 2014 Detail from cover with fibers and charms. I buy most of the charms from bead stores. Tag from album. I used a Martha Stewart Border Punch. The patterned background is “Old … Continue reading
After we left Horsefly, B.C. during our Vacation we stopped over for one night at North Thompson River Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada. The campground is beautiful, with friendly staff and we had a spot overlooking the river. We had hoped … Continue reading
After leaving Wells, B.C. we camped at Horsefly Lake Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada for the Heritage long weekend. Despite it being a long weekend, we were fortunate to get a site on the beach. We saw and heard … Continue reading
While we were on vacation near Wells, B.C. We left our camper boondocked and took the truck on the Back Road to Barkerville, which links Wells, Barkerville and Likely, on a rainy day. Please click here for the map. By the time … Continue reading
Please click on the thumbnails. More coming soon. Barkerville, B.C.
Barkerville’s original cemetery, one of the most interesting historic cemeteries in British Columbia. I love how the trees grow out of the graves. Barkerville’s China-town.
“Barkerville’s Chinatown is the largest collection of pre-railway Chinese buildings in North America and Barkerville has one of the largest Chinese archival collections in Canada. The townsite is surrounded by historic and cultural landscapes – huge pits from hydraulic mining, … Continue reading