A sombre title, but this is just a page about a memorial we saw in Cornwall last year. It stands at the foot of Rough Tor and was raised to the memory of Charlotte Dymond who was murdered there in 1844. It made me wonder what our towns and cities would look like if all murder sites were marked in a similar way.
This wasn't a subject for bright colours; I chose grey, cream and pink and worked from Shimelle's Sketch 26 - Scrapbooking with a Favourite Patterned Paper - though my journalling is below the photos not between them.
Paper - First Edition J'Adore, Pebbles Fresh Goods, scraps
Letters - Anita's Glitterations
Washi Tape - Queen & Co
Stickers - Pebbles Fresh Goods
Gems - Papermania Dew Drops
American Crafts Open Scallop Border Punch
Woodware Scalloped Circle Punch
Woodware Flower Punch