Happy Pink Saturday! I didn't think I'd ever get this page spread done! This is the latest installment in my mini quilt workshop book. As I shared with you last week, this is my project for a wonderful online workshop by my new friend Lenna at Creative Lenna. If you are interested in a wonderful workshop on art quilting, be sure to check out the Mini Quilt Book Workshop at A Little Creative Space. I promise, you'll learn a lot and you'll have fun doing it!
I began this spread with a wonderful antique marriage certificate. I created a gel medium transfer with it and gave it a page of its own. I was lucky enough to find a 40 yard roll of cream tulle at the thrift shop, and I put it to good use.
The background lace is from a three yard piece of hand made antique lace. All the other trims are vintage as well. I had to use a tweezers to handle all of the little beads. The old fingers aren't what they used to be!
I devoted the other side of the spread to the bride. Isn't her gown amazing? I printed a copy of the antique photograph onto a transparency and sewed it to creme velvet. I got to use more of my tulle and I attached the little rhinestones with tiny dots of glue. The miniature roses are paper and the rhinestone ring is from a pair of vintage earrings. I printed the vintage music onto canvas and sewed it to the background.
Here's the spread together:
That's it for the pink! Thank you so much, Beverly, for hosting Pink Saturday for us. If you would like to see all of today's pink offerings, click on the Pink Saturday badge in my right sidebar. It will take you to all the links to pink. Have a wonderful weekend, and God bless you.
Until next time,