Hello, Becky here today sharing the beginning of my wedding album! My fiance and I got engaged on March 2, 2015 so of course my first order of business was to find the right papers and embellishments with which to scrap the whole process!
I am using a lot of different bits and pieces from various Color Cast Designs sets throughout this album – mostly the gold acrylic pieces from the Basic Sets , the gold ampersands, stars and the gold pieces from the Passions set! Most of the papers and embellishments I am using are from My Mind’s Eye On Trend collection. For each picture below I will try to link back to all the products that I used!
This album has been a ton of fun so far and I am LOVING how it is coming out! I am also using my Fuse tool a lot in this album to make the 6 x 12 page protectors that I have the perfect sizes for what I want to do!
I really wanted to use specialty vellum for my cover page so that you could see through to the pictures below. I love that the vellum adds texture and creates a fun preview of what’s to come!
I am so excited about getting married at Helwig Winery in Amador County! It was love at first sight and required multiple selfies! 🙂
I broke out my sewing machine to stitch across the words I cut with my Silhouette just to add some extra detail!
Here is where I really got creative with my new Fuse tool! I took a 6 x 12 Becky Higgins page protector and chopped off the bottom third. Then I used my Fuse to divide up the protector into smaller pockets for sequins and patterned papers.
In the sequin pocket I added the Gold ampersands from the Color Cast Designs April release as well as the clear glitter hearts from the Basics Set! This pocket is my FAVORITE!! The clear glitter hearts are stunning embellishments!
On the backside of the insert I did some journaling about our relationship and experiences since our first date over 4 1/2 years ago!
Thank you so much for stopping by today and taking a look! Remember that you can take 10% off your entire order from Color Cast Designs using the code, “Rebmnmny.”