Hello everyone.. hope you all are keeping safe and healthy.
Today I'm sharing a wall decor frame I created as a wedding gift for one of my dearest friend.
My plan was to keep a picture of the Bride and Groom along with the message. My mother kept asking me to make blue colored flowers for the gift and luckily, the picture I got was apt for using blue as a contrast color.. 😀
The cardboard base I used was cut to 9x12" in size and used few pattern papers from Heartfelt Creations paper pack that matched the color palette, I planned on creating with.
I then made a die-cut base for the message and the 'Wedding Day' sentiment along with a die-cut layer for the picture. I used few more decorative die-cuts along with its cover and played along with the arrangement for the desired look. Thankfully the die-cuts I used were from different brands, they coordinated very well with each other.
I created blue flowers with the Wild Rose flower stamp and dies set from Heartfelt creations along with some pink color filler flowers. Arranged all of them in a formation I liked and glued them on the base. I also used some white heat-embossed vellum flowers from the same Wild Rose collection and used them as accents for few areas I wanted.
Finally used some white flat back pearls and a mix of gold and white microbeads and glued them randomly around the project. I loved the end result and it was my mother who loved it the most. I hope you all liked it too.. hoping to share more projects soon.