Sunday, November 2, 2008

Grandmother's House - House Parts

This part of the kit is a little like architectural salvage scrapbook style. This is just a some house parts taken from an old woodworking catalog from the 1890's. It contain 2 Porches, 2 Screen Doors, 4 Corbels, and 6 Plinth blocks. Salvage some parts for your pages here. DOWNLOAD this link is having trouble too good luck.

This time when you leave a comment , tell me where you found this freebie. Digi Free?DigiScrapDepot? My Newsletter? I'm interested where I'm getting the most traffic from.

39 comments:

Digital Playhouse Productions said...

Derek,
Your kits are fantastic.

I have subscribed to your blog in my google reader. I come to your blog site to leave comments, but read the feed through google reader.
Tim

Phyldar said...

I'm really loving this series "Grandmother's House". My maternal grandmother's house was a big Victorian and these architectural parts remind me a lot of it. I found today's installment on DigiScrap Depot, but I have arrived here before through Digi Free. Thanks for sharing all these amazing discoveries and creations with us.

Dragon said...

I think I found the first part of this one on IKEA Goddess. I make a point of visiting your blog frequently. I like the vintage feel of your freebies.

Judy said...

Thankyou for this part of Grandmothers House. With this and what Attic Treasures has done with the elements this kit is a real treasure.
Today I saw your kit on DigiScrapDepot but I came in through my favourites. I have bookmarked your site and visit regularly....love all your tidbits especially the Invisible Mother.
I can't remember from where I originally got to learn of your site.

Maria said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today.

Anonymous said...

Thnaks for all the wonderful pre-fab architecture! ;-)
I found you through DigiFree.

Carole N. said...

Hi Derek, I subscribe to your Feed Blitz so I get updates whenever there is a new post by you.

Last Monday while on my way to see a back specialist in Wichita, KS we drove through Greensburg, KS. The small town that was 95% destroyed by a tornado a year ago. There were several lovely Victorian homes there and now there are empty lots. I wanted to cry.
I had 12 family members living there at the time and thankfully they all survived, but lost their homes, cars, and places of employment.
How sad it was to see beautiful old homes that were landmarks completely gone.
They are rebuilding, but the old homes are now gone forever.
Thanks for all you lovely shares.
I do appreciate them.

Tink said...

From you, of course. :)

Jennifer said...

I see you in DigiFree but I also have you bookmarked just incase it didn't come up for some reason. I love your style so much, I'm a huge fan. THANKS so much for your generosity. I hope that after I get better at this stuff, I can offer freebies like the one's I've been luck enough to collect from DigiFree.

Teresa P aka taslle said...

I have been subscribed through Feedblitz for months now, love all your work!

bluemuf said...

This whole series is fantastic. I love the house parts. I check your site usually every day or two. But I found you in the beginning on Digifree.

Karen

Alison said...

found you this time and several others through Digifree. Cool stu

geezee said...

I have been a frequent visitor. I love your stuff and your guess the house game. I think I must have found you through digifree the first time. Glad I did.

Terri ( Meterr) said...

I came from digifree but i check your blog often!

trifaith said...

its very likely that i found you through digital freebies the group BUT if you did CATW i might have found you then too! thanks for grandma's house i love it!

Karen said...

Thank you very much for this freebie. I came from Digifree.

Scraps of Candy said...

I have had you favorited for a while and check your site once a week or so. I guess that would be a direct find - no middle man needed. :)I think I might have found you through Sir ScrapALot originally though. Grandmother's House was my CT Freebie pick of the day over at My Scrap Shop today. Have a great rest of the weekend.

Debbie said...

I come to your site daily to see what's new. I've admired your designs since the beginning. Love, love, love this new kit! Thank you so much.

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for "Grandmothe's House". I love all things old and vintage, this kit has wonderful elements along with Attic Treasures. I Love visiting your blog. Thanks for sharing your talent with us.
GingerL~~~

Mandi said...

The digital paper trail of how I found your site goes like this... I saw your link on Digital Designs by Rick, and I saw his page on DigiFree Search Engine. I love your stuff!

Saundra said...

I usually get notice of your new offerings through your newsletter, but I like to check out your site from time to time because you post such interesting articles and tid-bits. Thank you very much for Grandmother's House, it is a lovely set.

Anonymous said...

Ooooh... another lovely addition.
I have your blog's feed in my FF live bookmark bar, so I can check for updates easily!

Fantacy so Sweet-n-Stuff... said...

:) i found you on digifree :) but am going to be adding you to my list of "need to check daily" blogs :) your freebies are wonderful :) ty ty ty for sharing them with us :)

josey said...

You were tagged by Scrap Doctor this week but I've been here before too. I love heritage kits.

mahalo a nui loa said...

Derek, great things, thank you!! The salvage parts is like the row houses where my dad grew up in SF. I found this particular post through Freebie Finder but have found you through DigiFree in the past. You have a newsletter? I'd better sign up! Thanks always.

Anonymous said...

I came from Attic Treasures. LOVE your stuff! Thanks so very much for sharing.

I noticed the Authentic Artistry is one of your favorite blogs. I can't get enough of Christina Renee's stuff!

Anonymous said...

I came from Attic Treasures. LOVE your stuff! Thanks so very much for sharing.

I noticed the Authentic Artistry is one of your favorite blogs. I can't get enough of Christina Renee's stuff!

Noel said...

Sorry to hear you are retiring. Will definitely miss your creativity. I wanted to download this part to Grandmother's House but it does not work. If it is no longer available please just let me know..or if you can fix the link even better. :)

Thanks a lot.
~Noel~

Anonymous said...

Thank You very much for sharing your creations with the Door Knockers, and House Items...

The elements are very beautiful, and will come in handy for many layouts!

Digi Free said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 02 Nov [LA 08:00pm, NY 11:00pm] - 03 Nov [UK 04:00am, OZ 03:00pm] ).

faye said...

boo hoo the same on this link i get
The file link that you requested is not valid.


i am adding you to my favorite designers this kits is outstanding thank you for sharing!

Sophia said...

These are awesome! (And I found you through DigiFree, BTW.)

marhaven said...

The link does not seem to be working. I got here through Digi

the51mom said...

Originally found you through Digifree, but now I have you bookmarked so I can drop in easily. Lovely work! Thank you for being so generous. And love the music, too!!

faye said...

I absolutely love your designs i hate that i just found you on digifree and your retiring. I love reading your blog so I will come back for that. thanks

Michelle said...

digifree
thank you! Your work is beautiful!

Catriona MacGregor said...

Hi Derek,

I have your blog linked to my Google page and come visit often. Thanks for sharing your great designs with the world. I hope you keep your creative juices flowing in whatever form they take.

Slainte {Gaelic for Cheers!}
Cat

Kay R. said...

Thanks for all the vintage elements. My favorite! I came to your page from Attic Treasures and I'm glad I did. It's so nice to find something unique. (I live in an old Craftsman style house built in 1927.) Thanks for sharing your time and talent. The music is nice, too ;-)

janie in MN said...

found your blog through lovinglifegurl.blogspot -- love all the pics of the old houses -- great architecture!

thanks for sharing this kit :-)