LOAD 1017 Day 11

Alice Boll
Alice Boll

Day Eleven: I’ve got a secret…

tree houze…place – somewhere you’ve always loved to be.

PRIZE ALERT!!!
Ever think your photos could be better than they are? We all think that! Thankfully with this class you’ll learn the tricks to make your photos look as good as should!

 To learn more about this class, Mother’s Little Helper please visit Digital Scrapbooking HQ here: http://digiscraphq.com/mothers-helper
One lucky winner will receive this class for free! Thanks Melissa Shanhun!
To be eligible leave a comment on the Day 11 Prize Alert thread in the LOAD1017 Flickr discussion. (You can do this from a desktop/laptop or YOUR PHONE via the Flickr app!!!! Yay!)

Featured Designer:

Melissa Shanhun

Melissa has a process video for her digital layout. You can find the video on her website here: http://digiscraphq.com/sweetspot

When we were looking for a home in Perth we had a  few things on our list: * Not too far north (We couldn't afford anything  south of Warwick Rd) *Close to the train * A backyard for children to play in After looking at a lot of houses we would have needed to renovate, Phill spotted a block for sale in Woodvale. I knew plenty of people living in Woodvale when I was young and it always seemed like an aspirational suburb to me. I grew up in the north/east: Embleton, Ballajura, Alexander Heights, Helena Valley and Lansdale.  Thanks to a good valuation on our home in Hannans, Kalgoorlie (800kms away!) we were able to buy and begin building in 2011. Though Timberlane Drive is busier than my ideal street, we got several unexpected bonuses with this location: * A brand new home and fun of building (I love it!) * Walking distance to the train * Walking distance to the shops  * Walking distance to the library * Walking distance to three parks * Close to Church * Close to the beach * Close to the pool * The tallest Marri tree in Perth :) If we ever need to move, it will be hard to find a spot  more perfect! I am thankful every time I turn down our street. Home is Mini Kits from Digital Scrapbook Ingredients, Melissa Bennet, fonts Travelling Typewriter and Sally Script Bold, Woodvale sign photo from Wikipedia,
When we were looking for a home in Perth we had a
few things on our list:
* Not too far north (We couldn’t afford anything
south of Warwick Rd)
*Close to the train
* A backyard for children to play in
After looking at a lot of houses we would have needed to renovate, Phill spotted a block for sale in Woodvale. I knew plenty of people living in Woodvale when I was young and it always seemed like an aspirational suburb to me. I grew up in the north/east: Embleton, Ballajura, Alexander Heights, Helena Valley and Lansdale.
Thanks to a good valuation on our home in Hannans, Kalgoorlie (800kms away!) we were able to buy and begin building in 2011.
Though Timberlane Drive is busier than my ideal street, we got several unexpected bonuses with this location:
* A brand new home and fun of building (I love it!)
* Walking distance to the train
* Walking distance to the shops
* Walking distance to the library
* Walking distance to three parks
* Close to Church
* Close to the beach
* Close to the pool
* The tallest Marri tree in Perth 🙂
If we ever need to move, it will be hard to find a spot
more perfect! I am thankful every time I turn down our street.
Home is Mini Kits from Digital Scrapbook Ingredients, Melissa Bennet, fonts Travelling Typewriter and Sally Script Bold, Woodvale sign photo from Wikipedia,
Journalling:
When we were looking for a home in Perth we had a
few things on our list:
* Not too far north (We couldn’t afford anything
south of Warwick Rd)
*Close to the train
* A backyard for children to play in
After looking at a lot of houses we would have needed to renovate, Phill spotted a block for sale in Woodvale. I knew plenty of people living in Woodvale when I was young and it always seemed like an aspirational suburb to me. I grew up in the north/east: Embleton, Ballajura, Alexander Heights, Helena Valley and Lansdale.
Thanks to a good valuation on our home in Hannans, Kalgoorlie (800kms away!) we were able to buy and begin building in 2011.
Though Timberlane Drive is busier than my ideal street, we got several unexpected bonuses with this location:
* A brand new home and fun of building (I love it!)
* Walking distance to the train
* Walking distance to the shops
* Walking distance to the library
* Walking distance to three parks
* Close to Church
* Close to the beach
* Close to the pool
* The tallest Marri tree in Perth 🙂
If we ever need to move, it will be hard to find a spot
more perfect! I am thankful every time I turn down our street.
Home is Mini Kits from Digital Scrapbook Ingredients, Melissa Bennet, fonts Travelling Typewriter and Sally Script Bold, Woodvale sign photo from Wikipedia

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