I fussy cut the main design elements from the title sheet of the collection, Artisan Style. I love how the building from the paper makes a great frame for my photo of our house in Alaska.
Journaling below the house:
When we moved into our house in
Alaska, it had only one BR and bath on the
top floor. It was quite a hike from the
basement where we spent alot of our spare time!
It was a really pretty home but
unique with its open floorplan. The
upstairs was the master suite with only a half wall that overlooked the LR and
no doors! Definitely built for a couple
with no kids. It had 12" walls and beautiful wood cased
windows. Dick, the best Mr. Fix-it
ever, finished out the basement adding a 2nd bedroom and bath. Then we did some remodeling on the main level
adding a pantry, half bath, penisula and additional cabinets in the kitchen.
To make my title, I scanned the fussy cut piece and used Photoshop to get a perfec color match. I used an art deco font for my title and then printed it out and placed it over the "Artisan Style" title printed on the paper. With the perfect color match it blends in almost perfectly.
The two Iron Leaf Corner chipboard pieces are from Leaky Shed Studios. I misted and painted them with several colors of Lindy's.
I made all the flowers from trimming scraps using Alterations Tattered Florals die and McGill punches. The pine boughs are diecut with an Elizabeth Crafts die.
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