Our moving day really can't come soon enough for me, but I am trying to stay patient. The old saying patience is a virtue is so very true!! The layout I have to share with you today is of our current home. I scrapped it a few months back...before all the moving plans had begun. I find it so interesting to look at this layout now. It means something so different to me now as compared to when I made it. Now, it really makes me think about how much I am going to miss this old house, this street, this town and our neighbors and friends.
The "Home Sweet Home" die cut image is from Birds Cards. When I saw it on her blog I knew it would be perfect for scrapping this photo. It said quite simply what this home means to me. I also used some Dusty Attic chipboard that a dear friend, Gabrielle Pollacco, shared with me. I will ashamedly admit that I have been hoarding it and using it sparingly. I didn't do much to it for this layout other than to ink the edges a bit with some Ranger Distress Ink. I choose to use the fleur-de-lis design because it matched the stained glass pattern that is in the transom over the front window.
Patterned Paper: My Minds Eye
Ink: Ranger Distress Ink
Die Cut: Birds Cards
Chipboard: Dusty Attic
Have you ever scrapped a photo of your house? I'd love to hear your thoughts on this!