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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

My Jane Austen ATC swap card

Wendy has received my Jan. ATC swap card so I can post it now.

The type of ladies who visited Bath on holiday.

Bath was an important place in Jane Austen's novels and in her personal life as well. She lived there for a short time in her later life and there is a museum there where she lived and wrote.





The back side of my card.








 

4 comments:

helen tilston said...

How beautiful.

I learned something new. I did not know about the Jane Austin Museum. I took my mother and father in law to Bath one time (a day train trip from London) and have the most beautiful memories. I purchased a matilesse bedspread from Next store which is still in use and is more beautiful with each wash.

Helen xx

artbywendy said...

it is just beautiful and I'm so glad I get to keep it!!! :O)

sjmcdowell said...

Oh Peggy I LOVE your Jane Austen ATC!! It is so perfectly Jane!!
I lived in England for a time and visited Bath...I thought it was one of the most interesting and beautiful cities in England that I had ever seen. I visited one of the famous Ball Room buildings where they use to dance..just gorgeous! The best place was the Costume Museum where beautiful gowns are on display in very dim light and in cased in glass to preserve them.
I will never forget those couple of days in Bath and the beauty all around me.

Hugs and Smiles,

Susan
xxoo

Peg said...

What a beauty!