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Thursday, 6 September 2012


We visited Lulworth Cove recently and took a clifftop walk.  The weather was perfect for walking and the views of Durdle Door were breathtaking.  

After the walk we strolled to Lulworth beach and bought some fresh fish from the little shop that sells some of the local catch.  I took this photo as we looked back up the lane through the village.

I created the background paper by layering and painting old sheet music and book pages which I then stamped and inked.

The filmstrip is an alterations die which I have cut from co-ordinations paper and sanded back heavily and added picket fence distress stain.  I used a paint colour selector card which I stamped with different mini stamps all by The English Stamp Company.

The street lamp is by Dusty Attic and the butterfly is by Lost Coast Designs.  The cottages are by Crafty Individuals.

Keep smiling ... the sun's out at last!!



  1. Wow!!!! This is absolutely exquisite! What a gorgeous piece of art, and a wonderful collage of your memories. :)

  2. This is terrific! Really captures the atmosphere,

    Lucy x

  3. Such great textures, a beautiful collage. x

  4. I could look at this for days. It is lovely. I love the villages of England.

  5. I did notice we had used the same sentiment - spooky! xx

  6. Wonderful piece, Alexa, so many evocative images.


  7. Beautiful! Love how you built this up with so many layers. The butterfly on the lamp post is a great touch.


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