2. I adhered black card stock that I cut a little bigger than the music sheet with modpodge. I worked out all the bubbles and waited about 20 minutes for the next step. While I waited I inked the music sheet a little with Tim Holtz "Antique Linen" ink.
3. I adhered the laser copy of the silhouette music paper with modpodge. I worked out all the bubbles and waited about 20 minutes for the next step.
4. I applied the top coat of modpodge over the music sheet. I dressed the frame up a little by gluing on some checkered ribbon and a flower in the corner. I put the same ribbon on the outside of the little plaques - but I did not take a picture of it. It helped bring all three pictures together. I modpodged over the whole plaque and frame and ribbon so it adhered better.
All of the songs I picked have a special meaning to me and an uplifting message....
Close up of middle picture. I love this song - but I couldn't find a link for you to listen to it.
Close up of left picture. This song is my favorite child song. The first time I heard it I almost had to leave the room because I cried. A Child's Prayer on You Tube
Close up of right picture. Watch and listen to the song by clicking here.
I can send you pdf files if you would like to make these yourself. Click on the my contact page for my email. Thanks for stopping by!
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Those are super cute! I just love silhouettes and I am sure the Mom will treasure them forever. Very sweet of you!ReplyDelete
These are amazing!!! I love all of your fabulous work!ReplyDelete
Wow! These are beautiful! What a meaningful, personal gift...I'm sure they'll be treasured for a long time to come! Saw you over at Lil' Luna and I'm so glad I did!ReplyDelete
This is adorable and such a great idea! I love it. Hopefully I will find the time to make it for my sister-in-law. I hope you will link this up to my Delight Me party over at Doodles & Doilies! (new follower!)ReplyDelete
Such a wonderfully meaningful gift idea! Something every mom and child will treasure. And thank you for such a thorough how-to...with a soundtrack, too. :-)ReplyDelete
What a sweet gift! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
These are absolutely beautiful! What a great gift!ReplyDelete