Potter Street Station


I think this is my favorite layout ever … It has all of the elements of a great Mosaic Moments photo — close up photos, distance photos, photos of details and perfect color choices. It features Potter Street Station in Saginaw, Mich. This glorious old train station has endured abandonment and a fire, but there are still real efforts to preserve and restore the beautiful building.

I took these photos several years ago … we were on our way somewhere and drove by and I made Matt stop, turn around and go back so I could take photos of one of the most incredible abandoned buildings I had ever seen. Fortunately, he loves me and he endures my whims.

So, for years, I have been carrying around these photos, never finding the right time or place to turn them into a layout.

When I ordered the new Square Diamond Frame Set from Mosaic Moments, I knew it would make a nice page, but even I was surprised at just how magnificent it turned out!

Naturally, I made a video to show you how I created the page … click here to watch.

Note: I did receive compensation for making this video.

This die is currently sold out at MosaicMoments.com, but I have a few in stock, if you would like one.

Inspired by Dr. Seuss

The challenge this week for the Mosaic Moments Design Team was to create a page inspired by a Dr. Seuss book.

I chose “And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street.” I decided to take photos of Fenton, Michigan on a single day.

mosaic challenge 2You can find close ups, along with some of the things that went through my head as I was photographing the town and then creating this layout, on Journella. Click here to visit my page and cheer me on!