My wedding DIY projects sounded fun at first. Heck, they WERE fun... for about 10 minutes. However, many things took longer than I expected and then I became easily distracted.
Now I have a few projects started: a couple on the way to being done, several sitting on Beth's mental shelves (you know, waiting for that flash on inspiration and motivation) and not enough done.
Here are a few in progress:
Actual Cover (so far)
Black Card stock with silver embossed monogram (EMT) and date (November 14, 2009)
It's easier to read in person. The flash created a reflection on the silver
Test embossing on card stock scrap
It says "All you need is love"
Thinking about using it on the program somewhere (maybe back) if I can get the right red embossing powder.
I was thinking about using this tree in between the Silver monogram and date on the cover.
That is, if I can find the right red embossing powder.
The card box is four 8x10 picture frames, holding four of our engagement pictures, connected at the corners with some braided cord. Almost done. I just need to finish the top. Yay.
These are done! The above picture is actually a mess up, but they look very similar.
They are cellophane treat bags (for holding the candy the guest collects from the candy centerpieces) with a card held on with a red M wax seal.
The card reads:
Love is Sweet
Thank you for celebrating our day with us.
Please help yourself to some candy.
Tim and Beth
November 14, 2009
That's it for now. When I complete the above, or take pictures of the rest, I will update.
Until next time...