A roadside cafe may be on odd subject for a scrapbook page, but we've been stopping at the Old Willoughby Hedge Cafe on the A303 for the last twenty-five years. Any trip to the West Country is an excuse to stop here for breakfast baps mid-morning or burgers for lunch. It used to be something of a secret but its popularity means that access to the lay-by has been improved, it now has a 'Services' road-sign and it appears on the latest version of our road atlas. Still, the food's as good as ever, and although this photo is from last year, we've visited twice more in the last couple of weeks.
I really wanted to use the 'I think I'll stop here' piece from the Shimelle collection, and added a couple more of her papers, a piece from Heidi Swapp and an ancient map paper.
The little row of triangles on the map came from a newish die, and the three triangles above it were the inner parts of the same cut.
Paper - American Crafts Shimelle, Heidi Swapp September Skies
Sticker - American Crafts Shimelle
Ink - Docrafts
Mist - Docrafts
Provocraft Alphabet Dies
Little B Arrows Dies