Wedding Frame (Pink Paislee) and WINNERS

Hi Everyone
Today I am sharing a Wedding Celebration frame as well as announcing the winners (YES – TWO!) of my recent contest.
Wedding Frame
My sister had two weddings 5 months apart – both super casual and lots of fun!
The 5 and 22 represent the dates of the two weddings.

These letters represent their names. All the elements are from Pink Paislee – and even though the Nantucket Collection was beach themed, it has worked really well with the non-traditional wedding pieces I have shown in the last few days. 

Here is a summary in case you missed them – each has a step-by-step tutorial too!
  1. Wedding Placecards
  2. Wedding Flowers
  3. Homemade Confetti
  4. Wedding Favors
Contest Winners
YEP – you read right!! I have decided to have TWO winners for my recent contest due to the absolutely overwhelming response I received! These lucky winners will receive a custom made “52 Reasons I Love You” Cards set as seen here.
The first winner was picked completely at random and was comment number 62.
This was Amy Flanagan. (I had 197 comments and this comment was the 62nd of those received)
The second winner I picked myself. This person frequently comments on my posts and is always so kind with her words – CurlyQMosaics – you are the second winner!!
Congratulations and please email me here.

Thanks to everyone who entered – and don’t forget you can see a step-by step tutorial on how to create this project here.

Please post a comment with any questions.

I am linking up this post to these websites here.
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  • Reply Ruby January 24, 2012 at 8:55 AM

    What beautiful projects Lowri. I bought a printers tray and wasn't sure what to do with it. I still have no idea where to start but I now know that it is going to be for photos from our wedding. Thank you SOOOO much for the inspiration!

  • Reply Leah Crowe January 24, 2012 at 1:20 PM

    That frame is completely stunning, Lowri!!! What a treasured gift for your sister.. I adore it!

  • Reply curlyqmosaics January 24, 2012 at 2:35 PM

    You have truly captured the elegance of such a
    special time in your sister's life. Stunning display of your craftsmanship!

    Now I am off to do my HAPPY DANCE!!!! Thanks so much for your generosity Lowri! Continue to inspire us daily, we all LOVE your work!!!

    • Reply Lowri January 24, 2012 at 9:35 PM

      Thanks so much! Make sure you start working on your 52 Reasons and email then to me so I can get your prize out to you ASAP!!

  • Reply Mae January 24, 2012 at 3:03 PM

    Congratulations ladies!

  • Reply Mae January 24, 2012 at 3:06 PM

    ALSO, How do you get such a seamless lines on the paper when you line your picture frame? (the paper you've placed around the cut outs on the frame) … did I write that so you can understand?

    • Reply Lowri January 24, 2012 at 5:44 PM

      Hi Mae – the frame comes in two pieces – a plain sheet base and a top layer frame. I cut the squares about 1mm bigger all round than the frame and attach them to the base before laying the frame piece on top and glueing firmly.
      If you make sure you do not have any photos or paper pieces overlapping (ie – only one layer throughout) this is the easiest way to get a seamless look.
      Hope that answers your question!

    • Reply Mae January 24, 2012 at 8:43 PM

      My question was very oddly worded… I was trying to ask about the paper with script on it on the thin edges. Ah, but that top layer comes off and I'm assuming you just lay it on a large sheet and trace the boxes??

      Where could I look for a frame that comes in the 2 pieces? I've always seen them attached, which makes these projects infinitely more difficult! Thanks for the reply!

    • Reply Lowri January 24, 2012 at 9:25 PM

      The frame is painted and then stamped – not covered in paper.
      This particular frame was by Dusty Attic – but Kaisercraft have a large range of frames in different sizes which are quite widely available in the US – try here 🙂

      You can definitely trace the boxes or measure and add 1mm either side 🙂

  • Reply Kate Vickers January 24, 2012 at 9:46 PM

    Gorgeous, as usual, Lowri!

  • Reply WillieburgScrapper January 26, 2012 at 1:01 AM

    Hi girl!
    Just wanted to swing by via Making Memory's blog- I left a comment over there but it deleted when I hit post! Anyway I said that I loved the idea to use white card stock with all those bright colors and patterns. I also think it's a good idea to get a head start on next year- although I would probably give it away as a gift just to get out of shopping. 🙂 LOVE this frame! Thank you for answering the question above. I just learned a GREAT lesson on altering frames! I have a Gauche Alchemy box I want to alter- trust me- you just saved me several hours of frustration.

  • Reply LauraLee January 27, 2012 at 3:46 AM

    Congratuations to the lucky gals! And thanks for doing an awesome giveaway Lowri!

  • Reply Josh February 24, 2012 at 2:59 AM

    Congrats to the winners! The details in that frame are fantastic. I imagine that future guests couldn't help but point at that and ask a lot of questions.

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