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Wedding Scrapbook Embellishments

At this time of year, some of us are thinking about weddings.  Whether you’re a bride-to-be planning your wedding or a guest, you may have the need for scrapbook embellishments to use on your scrapbook pages.

Perhaps you haven’t scrapped your own wedding…. I haven’t!  Yep, that’s right, I’m a little behind.  One of the first pages I ever did was a scrapbook page about my husband Todd’s Grandmother’s wedding.  I think the wedding photo was from the 1930’s. Sorry, I don’t have the page here or I’d show it to you, as bare as it was!  I could’ve used some wedding scrapbooking embellishments for it. 

Click the link above to see a cute paper wedding dress idea to make as a handmade embellishment for a wedding layout.

Below is a photo of one wedding-themed scrapbook embellishment that I made years ago… It’s a fancy shaped hat made from paper.   If I remade that hat now I would probably dress it up a lot more.  Maybe even curl the edges a bit, add some layers and add some pretty vintage flowers and ribbons too.

You could also make butterflies for a wedding-themed scrapbook page.  Below is a large butterfly example and also some using the tiny butterfly punch available from Martha Stewart Crafts.

Flowers are another idea that would be suitable for embellishing a wedding scrapbook layout.  Here is one below which has a detailed how-to in our e-book, Scrapping Spring.

If you have wedding scrapbook embellishments that you’ve made, send us an email.  scrapscene (no space.) We’d love to see them!

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