Tuesday, 31 May 2011

Granny's Cottage Freebie

I tend to think about strange things at times, like last night as I was laying in bed, I wondered if girls still wore Slips.  You know under dresses and skirts to stop the cling.. rofl.  I haven't worn a dress or skirt since I was at school, many moons ago, and it was just something I was pondering before going to sleep.  I know I am odd!!!

Anyway, enough of my oddness, and here as promised on both Facebook (it'll never catch on), and Twitter (no one reads my tweets ~sigh~), here is the brand new freebie, tee hee!!!  I decided to call it Granny's Cottage, mainly because it looks a little like the bungalow my Nan used to live in.  I prefer the word cottage to bungalow, which is a really strange word when you come to think of it.  Will have to look up the origins, and see why they decided to call a house without an upstairs a bungalow.  Oh know, am pondering again!!!  Sorry.

Anyways, if you would like today's Freebie, just click on the picture above, and you will be able to download the folder.  In said folder you will find, a jpg and png version of the coloured image of Granny's Cottage, and also included is a jpg Digi Stamp image.  I know that one of my other 'home' images is one of the most downloaded images I have on my blog, so hopefully you will find this one just as fun to use.

Happy Crafting...

hugs Janie xxx

23 comments:

  1. Thank you for the freebie - My Dad once told me it's was called a bungalow because the builder was running out of bricks and said to his workforce 'Never mind, just bung a low roof on'

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  2. Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 1 post on May. 31, 2011. Thanks again.

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  3. Dankeschön für das tolle Freebie.
    Liebe Grüße
    Tina

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  4. LOVE the cottage and thank you for sharing! i still want to get those papers! hehe have 2 wait till after 11pm tho' keep forgetting! lol LOVE your work! hope u have a wonderful day! :)

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  5. Ty love it !

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  6. Hello and Thank you for this cute cottage...

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  7. Great image, thank you.

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  8. I love these for house warming cards. TFS. :)

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  9. TY so much for all the freebies you give us - I love them ALL! You are very much appreciated! ;)

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  10. Thank you so much! Adorable.

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  11. I love this, the possibilities are endless with this . Thank you for an awesome digi. I appreciate it so much hugs Cathy

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  12. Great cottage but really I just wanted to say a very big heartfelt thank you for all your freebies over the months, it is so extremely generous of you to share and you bring a few smiles to my face with some of your digi's. In this ever changing worring world its good to smile and I bless you for it.
    Christina.

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  13. Love the cottage and thanks for the digi and the story about your Nan.
    Dorothy

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  14. Thank you so, so much for all the digis. I saved several of your awesome digis this evening - it's like going to digi heaven! You are generous and kind to share - and I can't wait to start coloring! Again, thank you for your generosity! Kathy.

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  15. Always watching for this type of image. Thank you for sharing it.

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  16. I still wear a slip when I wear a dress. I'm not sure about my daughters! It seems a lot of dresses are worn without, however. Dresses cling and can be seen through.

    Bungalow: Hindi baṅglā & Urdu banglā, literally, (house) in the Bengal style
    First Known Use: 1676

    I ponder strange things, too, and had to look this one up.

    Thank you for Granny's Cottage.

    Kelley aka GrammaR

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  17. Thank you so much for this wonderful cottage!

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  18. Love the builders explanation for Bungalow, it could be right.
    Talking about slips!! does anyone remember the Liberty Bodice? it's something that popped into my mind and my Nans warning, ner cast a clout till May be out. Oh well enough of my daft toughts, I bet people can tell we are related, love you Janie xx mummy b.

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  19. Thanks for the lovely cottage!
    I also ponder about things..people, places, words are very interesting.
    Must say, I also love the builders explanation for Bungalow...LOL

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  20. Many thanks for this great and lovely cottage.
    Hugs Babsi

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  21. Lovely image, thanks so much for sharing.

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  22. This is absolutely gorgeous, Janie. Thanks so much.

    Love Joan xx

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