So what does a girl do when she has to stay put in her pad whilst communicating with construction workers who are trying to replace her windows and doors and are conducting very loud and distracting work in general (annoyingly a very short while before she's moving out, thank you very much, management...)?
She cracks down on some light wedding crafting to-do's!
These little blooms here are my attempt to create some traditional orange blossoms for wedding time.
I absolutely love the look of vintage orange blossom wedding wreaths, plus I love the idea that they can be a small representation of my native Florida (state flower, y'all!).
Sadly, actual vintage orange blossom pieces I have found are too expensive for my budget or too frail to actually wear again. And, I have to admit, they're a touch more 'victorian' than my event, so I'm trying my hand to see if I can make something a bit more modern, but still classic.
Since I'm not too keen on the wax sculpting, I figured I'd give polymer a chance here - these are from a pearly and translucent mixture. I also have plans to use some millinery leaves and semi precious stone and pearl beads I already have to fancy it all up, and wire it to a comb. Perhaps.
I dunno. It might not turning out to be my style. Or maybe I'll come up with something I like better, or maybe, just maybe, the perfect vintage piece with a nice price tag will drop in my lap and save me one to-do.
We'll see what happens!Pin It