Escape! by Ezmé Hartman

Escape! by Ezmé Hartman

Hello 49 and Market fans!
I have been wanting to use the Vintage Artistry Shore collection for a layout for a while. I was scrolling through my photographs I found this photo of my daughter, blissfully fishing in the harbor while on holiday at a small coastal town a few years ago. The paper collection has everything to create more than one project, I put my layout together quite fast as everything I used was there! 49 and Market makes it so easy to create.

Escape! by Ezmé Hartman

I used 2 sheets of Vintage Artistry Shore- Barrier Reef for the background. One sheet was for the frame with the green side facing up and the other one I trimmed to 11,5” x 11,5”. I distressed all the edges with my distressing tool and adhered the smaller one with images facing up.

Escape! by Ezmé Hartman

The laser-cut sheet of this collection is filled with amazing elements and I chose the postcard, frames, net, sailboats, and coral to layer behind my photograph. The photograph is printed with a white frame. The creates the illusion of another “layer” behind the photograph.

Escape! by Ezmé Hartman

The photograph is raised with card-board and foam tape. I added more elements from the laser-cut sheet.I also added tiny shells, art stones, and mini chipboard shells. I liked the words in brackets in the Vintage Artistry Shore Rub-Ons pack and randomly added them to the layout.

Escape! by Ezmé Hartman
No layout is complete without watercolor splatter and for this one, I used a pinky color to match the coral. pink watercolor paint splatters randomly all over the page.

Escape! by Ezmé Hartman

The sentiment, “Escape” is a bubble word from the Vintage Artistry Anywhere Wishing Bubbles and Trinkets. I also used dots and birds.

49 and Market products:


Vintage Artistry Shore
Barrier Reef

Vintage Artistry Shore
Bonus laser Cut

Vintage Artistry Anywhere
Whishing Bubbles & Trinkets

Vintage Artistry Shore
Rub-Ons

Other products used:

  • Art Stones and Gel Medium
  • Watercolor Paint
  • Chipboard Shells
  • Tiny shells

Thank you for stopping by, I hope you found a little inspiration here!