Post # 1
I think I’m done, but I still have a month–I can add more detailing.
What do you think? I almost think there should be more gold in it, but I just don’t know where?
Is it done? Or *almost* done? Any ideas on how to finish it?
Backstory:This is an interfaith ketubah based on wording from a reform ketubah by Rabbi Larry Kushner. I altered the hebrew and wrote the English and me and my fiance/husband went over it together until it was what we wanted. So… the text stays. It took me a few days to write it out.
Post # 3
Oops, the picture was sideways! This one is in the sunlight, so the dark diagonal line is a shadow. The frame is a shadow box and clear all the way through, so the “framing” color will be the same as the wall it’s mounted on.
Post # 5
My SIL’s mother said to add more scrolls to the outer frame using gold paint–but not to add anything else. Is that the right addition?
Post # 6
Maybe you could add something between the banner and the top of the ketubah? I feel like that is a lot of blank space that could be put to good use (not that I think every single blank spot needs to be filled). Maybe put your names or some scrollwork?
Btw, I think it looks great! Good on you for taking this on yourself and going the DIY route 🙂
Post # 7
it looks great!! I also think you should add something between the top and the tan hanging thing. Too much blank space there. Mazel Tov 🙂
Post # 8
I think I’ll try to do a cool script name thing on the top on a draft paper and see how it looks–that could be really great! Thank you for the idea.
@daniellealys So, there a few of common themes, either:
-many small “scenes” that fill the space
-a (single) silhouette or faint image of us based on a favorite engagment picture
-something representative, like love birds
or maybe something more abstract than that, or calligraphy/scroll work, like @southerntransplant:
I guess I have some drafting to do!
And the “hanging thing” is our chuppah. 🙂