Blists Hill is a recreation of a Victorian town, near Ironbridge. I can't believe that I only have one photo from our visit there in 2003, but I suppose this highlights the difference between taking photos on film when you need to be confident that the photos will come out well, and digital photography when you can take dozens of photos and just keep the best few.
Anyway, my only photo was of a horse and cart that were providing rides around the town. It was originally 4x6 but I cropped it before I put it in my album, probably removing half a person from the edge of the photo. I decided to scrap it in a column of paper strips from a 6x6 pad and I filled in the gap at the side of the photo with another strip and a row of brads.
Paper - Basic Grey Archaic, + 2 Unknown
Letters - Basic Grey Nordic Holiday
Brads - Papermania
Ink - docrafts
Fiskars Postage Stamp Border Punch