When I get a really cool custom order, I like to share the story. I was asked by a wedding guest to take the scrollwork from the invitation and make it into a pendant with the bride and groom’s monogram and a bead drop to match the wedding color.
Some of the scrollwork ran off the page, so I had to do a little Photoshopping before I had an image I liked. Originally the customer wanted me to stamp block letters into the pendant for the monogram, but because I’m working in Photoshop I can use whatever font I want. Customer liked the chiseled monogram.
From that image I created a custom texture sheet to use with silver clay (PMC) to create the pendant. How? Special polymer, transparency film, UV light, and a toothbrush. Got that? Sounds like MacGyver? Perhaps a tutorial is in order.
I love coming up with the logistics to create a piece, but I have to give credit to my customer for coming up with such a beautiful and meaningful idea.
2 thoughts on “Wedding Invitation Pendant”
That turned out just gorgeous! And yes, please do a tutorial. I'd love to learn how you did this.
OH- Anne! Mom was definitely right- this is stunning!!! Really!
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