I bought the letters and then had to think on how to display them. I decided to decorate them and mount them on a board to make a wall hanging.
The board has been painted with gold acrylic paint. I then used a sheet of textured white card and a white velum embossed with silver leaves. I trimmed it with a scallop punch and brushed the edges with gold paint. I finished with four metal corners.
I started by painting the letters with acrylics in various pastel shades. I then covered the fronts with papers from Graphic 45. To finish the letters I messily painted gold around the edges.
Each letter has a metal charm attached to a gold painted flower.
All the images are fussy cut from Graphic 45 papers and strengthened with Modge Podge. The tiny ring is from an earring.
It's long been a tradition to give the bride a wooden spoon to help with her culinary skills but Elisha is a good cook so this is just a token spoon. On the S is a mini book which contains the date of the wedding.
I presented the board to the happy couple last weekend and they will display it at the wedding to go with their vintage décor.Now I'm off to get my nails and hair done ready for the big day tomorrow. Have a lovely weekend everyone.