next, i made a layout of my son and his fiance'. there will be a big 'lighthouse' wedding.....oh, i'll tell ya'll about that later, right now, this is just one of my favorite pics of them. they both love the outdoors and i wanted to make something with neutral, but outdoorsy and glamerous at the same time. that proved to be a challenge, but i think using the frames from BLACKLETTER made it much simpler than i'd expected. cut on my gypsy @w 9.11 h 9.59, i reduced the inside frames smaller to fit around the 5"x7" picure. doesn't really matter what the size is as long as you can hide the white border from the actual picture. i chose these colors to tie in the pics and the feel of outdoors. a few rubons, tim holtz elegant flourishes, martha stewart elegant fence border punch, (hard to see along the edge) but it's there. a couple of branch punches and some primas from ? note the flower centers. i even added a little 'fiber' to the diet...some bling, and there you have it. easy peasy nice and easy! (my grand-daughters favorite saying)....and ya'll thought i was gonna do the old english letters from this cart? HA! i fooled ya didn't i? i thought it turned out nice. hope they'll like it!
here's a close-up of the fibers in the flower centers
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