Wedding Day.


1-Brits Wedding Merge copy

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I created three 12″ x 12″ scrapbook pages in November 1015. The photographs were taken by Nate Gates Photography in St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada. My inspiration was “These are the times to remember” by Keri Babbitt. The font is Bradley Hand ITC. The handmade envelope was made by the bride, is in an acid-free pocket, with flower petals from their wedding. The yellow card opens and has more information about the wedding.

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Close up of handmade flower, I used this method and added Stickles by Rager Inks to the edges.

Handmade Flowers using a Heat Gun!! Tutorial

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I gathered the supplies in a 12″ x 12″ Storage Box before I started, the boxes are available in different colors from Micheal’s, but I got mine from a thrift-store. The handmade flower is also in the box, attached to a piece of paper with a brad. The patterned paper is from the Weddings kit by Deja Views, I used this paper for Hester as well. Other supplies and tools that I used were acid-free doilies, flowers cut from Rosewood by Colorbök, card-stock, lace, ink, fabric, embossing powder, a heat gun, wood based wedding cake rubber-stamp by Stampin up ! and Stickles by Rager Inks used on the card and flower.

wedding board

Here is the layout on my magnetic planning board, at that stage, I was going to use black and white photos, but then I changed my mind as I did not have enough Horizontal photos.

Weddings.

My Parent’s Wedding.

Our Wedding

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