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The Church at the Bottom of the Hill

Gold church with stained glass windows made of scrapbook paper.

21 Responses to “The Church at the Bottom of the Hill”

  1. Sabina Ayne

    Your church is beautiful. I have a ton of scrapbooking paper and never in a million years would I have thought of using it the way you do. Super duper creative!!

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  2. eLPy

    I agree with Pictures of Cities 100%. You are working that scrapbook paper girl! And great choice of color and texture/pattern, the sheen is fantastic. It creates an interesting contrast with the darker setting you’ve created here because you can see only here and there that the paper must be super shiny. So it makes the church more mysterious, perhaps a hidden and/or unknown place of value, found only by those who seek. :)

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    • Jennifer Nichole Wells

      Thank you so much! You are all too sweet.
      I was shopping for paper for my shamrock image and stumbled upon these 2 sheets of paper. I decided to get them without a purpose in mind and before I left the store I knew I had to make a church.

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  3. Pictures of Cities

    Sometimes when I look at your works, I feel like “OK, this can’t be real and handmade, she’s been using some kind of program!”. This mostly happens when you amaze me more than other times, like with this post. Congratulations Jennifer, not only because you know how to create these little things but also to take pictures that promote them in an effective way.

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