Monday, June 29, 2009

June Bride

Here we are at the end of June! Time is flying by. I couldn't let this month pass without doing a bridal post. Especially since today is my folk's 52nd wedding anniversary! Happy Anniversary Mom and Dad. This post also includes my first architectural exterior. Not bad for the first time, if I do say so myself. I tried to emulate those pretty white churches one sees while driving around the country side. Enjoy!

To see more pictures, visit my Flickr account.

In case you were wondering:

Steps: video casette cases
Columns: 13" cake risers
Column base: cardboard boxes painted
Stain glass windows: images from a calendar
Door: two 5x7 wood frames stacked and painted, accented with a little trim
Lawn: painted welcome mat, see the Easter Parade post for how I did it.


Pubdoll said...

Not bad at all! I love the front door and the stained glass windows!

dora said...

Le ha quedado una entrada preciosa, y unos novios muy guapos.

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D7ana said...

The background is lovely. Bright and clear. Takeo and the bride really light up the scene though. I love, love, love the way you have them posed. Exquisite!

Thanks for sharing!

Super Cool Doll House said...

Thanks everyone! I put dora's comment through this translator

this is what it said, "She was a beautiful entry, and some very handsome boyfriends."

Niel Camhalla said...

As alway, you did a wonderful work. I love the feel and lighting of the 1st photo. I'm just curious. The beams, do they support a ceiling/roof?

Super Cool Doll House said...

Neil- Actually no, LOL. The plan was to have a roof, but I ditched the idea once I realized a roof probably wasn't needed for the pictures.

Niel Camhalla said...

LOL. I thought so from the shadows. But still, your works are enviable.