May 2013 Trail Map-Debbie’s View
TA Mouton Barn...100 years old
By: Debbie Ebat, Artistic Guide
Finished Card Size: 5 X 7 inches
TA Moulton Barn (Stampa Rosa)
Flowers (internet coloring page)
Memento Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko)
White (Paper Temptress)
Cream (from stash)
Chocolate Box (Core'dinations)
Meadow & Breeze (Studio k)
David Tutera card blanks (Core'dinations)
Copic Markers (.too):
E11,E13, E15, E31,E33, E70
G43, YG03, YG11, YG21, YG23, YG25, YG45
C0, C3, W1, W3, W5, W7
R32, YR61, Y32, B0000, V20
G43, G42, G46, G40
Metal Adhesive accents from Cartwheel collection (Heidi Grace)
- I stamped the image and colored with copic markers.
- After I trimmed the image, I just followed the map, using it to help me place my papers and accents.
This was a fun map to do. I made this card to honor a special occasion. This barn is about a mile from the house I grew up in. And they are celebrating its 100 year anniversary this summer. The location of this barn is in Jackson, Wyoming, on Mormon Row. This area was homesteaded by the Mormon settlers in the area, of which my Grandfather, John Moulton, was one. This barn belonged to his brother, TA Moulton.
Thanks for letting me share this piece of my history with you,