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This arch has been created in extreme neutrals to highlight the image of the little girls. I used various digital ephemera that I layered underneath the photo. The edges of pattern paper were lightly inked, and then white craft paint was blotted on the arch. I gave the arch a second mat by adhering it to cardstock and cutting closely along the edge. The lace was glued with Fabric-Tac and then buttons were added.
Song lyrics (Ray LaMontague) were typed in Microsoft Word. printed and cut out with paper trimmer. I glued the lyrics into place.
Sharing another Gothic Arch with all of you today. This one is done in a more shabby style with pinks and beiges. Little bits of dictionary paper, stamping, buttons, washi tape and paint are the accents on the piece. I also inked the edges and placed the arch on cardstock and recut the shape.
Sharing this Gothic Arch I created this week. I used a combination of brown and pink toned pattern papers. Tags that were layered, dictionary sheet, photo booth image, butterflies, white paint and buttons. I then attached the arch on to a beige cardstock background and trimmed along the edge.