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« on: November 14, 2010 11:24:30 PM »

I wasn't sure where to put this but I figured this was the best place - its most paper crafts and a little painting.
So Christmas is around the corner and I'm trying to get my crafting done early. A friend of mine got married in April and I was a bridesmaid. I wanted to do something different with her wedding photos. The original photos were actually taken by our boss whose an amazing photographer - Little Rosie Photography (www.littlerosiephotogaphy.com).

I've decided tracing paper is my new friend. I can't draw or copy at all. I got the idea for this first one of a blog but unfortunately I can't remember the name of it. The black is paper, not painted etc. (Don't mind my poor framing - I was in a bit of a hurry)

and the original pic-

the original:

this one I'm extremely proud of. As I said I can't draw so when I realized I can 'cheat' with tracing paper I was excited but not to hopeful, I figured it would come out badly regardless. But it didn't!

And I don't have the original pic of this but it was from their engagment photo shoot

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« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2010 12:18:32 AM »

These look really cool - you did a stellar job! I really like the look of them - modern, but classic, ya'know?
If they haven't done them, one of these would look great scanned in and printed as the front of wedding thank-you cards!

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