Thursday, February 19, 2009

Wedding Album

This is the On Board Bitty Book (retired-yeeek! I miss this) made for this weekends up and coming wedding. The paper is Whisper White and uses the Cuttlebug Tapestry embossing folder on the cover and inside album. There are also various charms on the spine of the album. The font? it is from downloaded from "Free Fonts" and is called ChopinScript. Silver brads are at each end of the name tags. The images are highlighted with Pretty in Pink card stock.

Below is a photo of the album out of the cover. Memories is also computer generated using ChopinScript font.

Close up view of the charms on the spine.

Inside cover of album. Edge of album inside is stamped with white craft ink using the small leaf stamp from Carte Postale (retired)
Back cover of inside album.

Lastly, here is the card that co-ordinates with the album.

  • Stamps: Always, Heard from the Heart, Once Upon a Time, Carte Postale (retired)
  • CS: Pretty in Pink, Whisper White, Pink Pirouette
  • Ink: Black, Versamark, Craft White, Pretty in Pink
  • Accys: White Emboss Powder, 3/8" White Taffeta Ribbon, Dimensionals, 1-1/8" Circle Punch (non SU), Silver Brads, On Board Bitty Book (retired), Silver cord (retired), Cuttlebug Tapestry Embossing Folder, Charms (non SU).

Thank you for stopping by.............I hope she likes it. Big hugs.


Penny said...

i like it a lot! how adorable! great job Patti!

Gail Murray XO said...

What a beautiful little keepsake! I've got a couple of those little albums-in-sleeves left over, and I can't wait to work on them, using your inspiration! XO

Renee said...

Beautiful! Did you use an album with a sleeve or did you make your own? Great Job! Renee

Creations by Patti said...

Hey Renee,
The "sleeve" comes with the album. But it is no longer avaialble so you can see why I am so sad. If you ever find this product anywhere, PLEASE let me know.

Anonymous said...

Absolutely BEAUTIFUL! (Now I wish I ordered one of those little albums while they were availble.)
Your bride and groom will LOVE your gift. I'm sure people would pay big bucks for a finished one.
Great job and TFS!