By Paris Dukes
- Use the purple script paper for the background. Mat the photo on
pastel blue vellum with a 1/4” border, then mat again with the
purple mesh paper leaving a 1/4” border. Mat again on silver paper
with a 1/8” border.
- Cut out the large “Wedding” piece to be approximately
4 1/4” x 7 1/2”. Cut the word “hope” out of
the bottom left corner of this piece (the cut-out part will be covered
up by the photo). Mat the wedding artwork onto silver paper with a 1/8”
border. Add two eyelets to the upper left corner, then string an 11”
length of ribbon through the eyelets. Add foam tape behind the artwork
and adhere to the upper right corner of the page. Glue the ends of the
ribbon behind the left side of the page.
- Add the photo in the center of the page so it covers the cut out section
of the wedding artwork. Cut a 1” x 7 1/4” piece of vellum
and journal on it with a silver gel pen. Place across the bottom of
the photo with a silver eyelet on each side.
- Cut out the remaining words and mat on silver paper with a 1/16”
border. Add to the page as shown.
- Cut out the “a future…” artwork to be approximately
1 3/4” x 7 1/4”. Mat on silver paper with a 1/8” border.
Add two silver eyelets to the right side then string an 11” length
of ribbon through the eyelets. Add foam tape and adhere to the lower
left corner of the page. Glue ends of the ribbon behind the right side
of the page.
A Tip from Paris:
Sheer ribbon and vellum are great for adding an elegant touch to a wedding
page. Combined with artwork from Mary
Anne’s Word Garden Ephemera, the page is simple and elegant.
Project reprinted from Mary
Anne’s Word Garden Ephemera.
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