Post # 1
Ok bees, yesterday I posted that I was ‘font challenged’. However, after 5 hours of dowloading fonts and playing with photoshop (that I have NOOOO idea how to use…so yes it really did take 5 hours) I have this to put in rustic wood frames:
Post # 3
Fun! It reminds me of old saloon numbers/fonts. Photos of your completed project? Are you incorporating anything else into the frames, like dried pressed flowers or something with your colors?
Post # 4
@NDbee – oooooh never thought of dried flowers! GENIUS! I plan on printing on kraft paper, or on mustard yellow paper (my pop of color is mustard yellow) and framing with wood frames that I have to stain this weekend.
Our tables are 8ft banquets with ivory tableclothes, burlap runners, and mason jars full of local wildflowers and candles.
Maybe I can add dried/pressed flowers like you mentioned, or lace?
Post # 5
I really like this! I was going to suggest incorporating wood- until I saw that you’re using wood frames! Perfect! If you can antique them, it would be even better. I’m not sure how you do that, but I’m sure there is a way.
Post # 6
They are really cute 🙂 I like your idea of mustard yellow paper in rustic wood frames. Nice job turning your ‘challenge’ into success!
Post # 7
Thanks! I will have to post more pics after I stain the frames and add the different paper choices.
Post # 8
So cute! It definately has a western saloon-y feel. 🙂