Baxter Pointe Villa in print

by brae  

Last month, I received a coupon from World Market for a free 8" x 8" photo book with 20 pages from Shutterfly.  I did some upgrades and ended up spending a little cash, but I now have a lovely hardcover book all about Baxter Pointe Villa.

The quality is wonderful, and I could certainly see myself making more of these for my other builds.

You can choose different layout pages and add text if you want.  I made mine with only photos.

I even included a photo of Baxter, for whom the Villa is named.  :]

I've been working on getting the Villa back to its former glory after the Yes paste failed under the kitchen wallpaper.

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Here's the new aquarium for the dividing wall between the living room and kitchen.  :D

More on this to come...

13 comments

Comment from: Blondie [Visitor]
This is such a brilliant way to showcase your builds easily -- like to take them to visit relatives and things. :)
03/14/15 @ 11:21
Comment from: Debora [Visitor]
The book is wonderful! So glad to see this house coming back, it's one of my favorites :D
03/14/15 @ 11:26
Comment from: Lynn [Visitor]
What a great book! When are you going to start publishing the details of your builds (in book format) so we can buy them as tutorial/reference books!?!?!?
03/14/15 @ 14:28
Comment from: The Grandmommy [Visitor]  
Yet another way to enjoy your minis!
03/14/15 @ 19:10
Comment from: marlene [Visitor]
I made a book recording Somerset House which I love. Each year I produce a book for the previous years blogs, I have 6 of them, not sure how long I will do it, but it's a record for me to pass on. Plus I enjoy reading back to see how I have changed the things I do.
03/15/15 @ 03:18
Comment from: Doug [Visitor]
What a wonderful idea! I've often wondered, as a newbie into this miniature pastime, where "old houses" go. I think this is an amazing way to capture the process, which after all, is what this is all about!
03/15/15 @ 06:49
Comment from: Daphne K [Visitor]
This is a great idea -- nice way to showcase one's work! (and another great excuse to get a better camera *insert maniacal laugher here*)
03/15/15 @ 06:55
Comment from: Pepper [Visitor]
This is a really cool idea. I have lots of photos on my hard drive - would be so much nicer to have them printed out. =0)
03/15/15 @ 11:48
Comment from: Bill [Visitor]
My family are big fans of Shutterfly. The books are wonderful quality, and the customization options are almost limitless, so each book is one's own creation. It's a great idea to use these this way! I really like the kitchen renovation photo. Talk about turning lemons into lemonade... you made the mess into a terrific mini scene. I like the range hood dangling from the wiring. That is what I would have done in full scale.
03/15/15 @ 13:59
Comment from: Janice [Visitor]
What a fabulous idea. I am now off to see how it's done.
03/15/15 @ 16:05
Comment from: janes [Visitor]
I love this idea! I think you should certainly do this for all your houses they are all book quality builds!
03/16/15 @ 10:21
Comment from: Betsy Rogers [Visitor]
What a wonderful little book! I have wanted to do that for some of my stories... the shorter ones ! LOL! But I have never sat down to figure out how it is done! It is a bit nerve wracking to see Baxter Point Villa undergoing so much "change" ! Didn't you only finish it a couple of years ago? The fish tank looks Awesome as usual!
03/16/15 @ 17:12
Comment from: 12Create [Visitor]
What a fabulous book and a great way to keep a record of projects. If I ever finish a project I would love to do this. Great idea.
03/21/15 @ 15:49


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