One of my friends from church had asked me to make a wedding card for her. After she ripped my arm off and nearly beat me to death with it, I agreed! If Diane happens to see this, I AM JUST KIDDING! Working with Diane was a lot of fun!
She is a quilling person and wanted to make some quilled flowers for the piece. While she was looking for her quilling supplies, she found a brand new white shadow box frame. So the wedding card became a wedding shadow box.
She had given me some preliminary background and her ideas for the card/box so I had already chosen several papers and accessories for her to look at.
Here is the final product!
Tilda and Edwin are the Bride With Tiara and Groom from Magnolia-cious and are colored with Copics.
Tilda's dress - YR24, Y32 Flowers - B91, YG63, B24 Veil - B000 and Diamond Stickles Hair - E18, 17, 19, 13 Clear Star Gelly Roll pen was on her tiara and the lace under her bouquet. A left over piece of the pearl swirls is on her tiara.
Edwin's suit - C9, 7, 6, 4 Hair C00, 1, 3, 4 Cane- C2, 3 Flower - B91, 24 Tie matched Tilda's dress
The sentiment in the lower right corner is a scripture verse.
Here are close up pictures of the different sections of the shadow box.
My friend was so thrilled with what I had created for her, she decided not to add the quilling. She also asked me if I would consider making two more for her to give as anniversary gifts for her parents and in-laws. Of course I will!!!
I hope you have enjoyed looking at the Wedding Shadow Box, all of the nifty little details, and maybe got an idea or two for a card or shadow box of your own.