Saturday, October 23, 2010

Housewarming Artwork

I was recently asked to recreate a picture of a new house - not quite finished - in paper in the form of a card. The result is not in card form, but rather a frame-able piece of custom artwork in 3D (which is hard to see in this 2D picture). 
The design work took about 8 hours, and construction was another 15 or so - not an inexpensive little housewarming gift, but hopefully a keepsake for many years to come. And, yes, I did sign it! You betcha!

8 comments:

Ellen said...

Georgiuos! What a nice job you did.

Shelly Watson said...

wow - that is great! I think they will LOVE it!

JustYolie said...

WOW, WOW AND WOW! This is AMAZING! :)

Jami {sgtStamper} said...

That is awesome Laura!! I can't imagine how long that took you to do - but what an amazing gift! Love it!

Crabby Cakes Studio said...

This is amazing! The detail on this..WOW! Looks like something from an architect's office!

Laura said...

Dearest Crabby Cakes...I have hinted to my daughter, who is an interior designer for a custom builder, that these would make nice gifts for the clients once they close on their homes...she didn't bite. :( I'll have to get creative...
Thanks for all the encouragement, girlfriends.

Jill Bayless said...

This is an amazing work of art. I would love something like this to frame. Nice job!

The Scrapinator said...

Wow, that is awesome! A lot of hard work.

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