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January 23, 2013

Photography Background Decorations

Hello everyone! This is Java Jen from JAVA JEN CREATIONS, here for my very first time! So excited to be a part of this fantastic blog! Thank you, Pam, for the invitation!

Today, I chose to share with you some decorations that I made for my daughter to use on her photography background for Christmas pictures.  I was so pleased with how they turned out and they looked amazing in her pictures, if I do say so myself! :-) Here is a finished picture and then I will share details:

Cricut cartridges used:
Pretty Pennants
Art Deco
When It's Cold Outside

I decided to keep the colors neutral since, with Christmas pictures, the subjects clothing tends to be colorful! :-) 

Here are a few close-ups:
I backed the letters with gold foil paper. I love how it looks as it peeks through!

The detail of the snowflakes looks great on the black background! I used mini clothespins to hold the banner pieces on the twine.

When my daughter was done and took the backdrop down,  I hung the banner on our wall to display throughout the season! I plan on using it next year too, but I think I will add some extra color and decorations to it for some variety! 


Thanks for stopping by today and be sure to stop by my blog, JAVA JEN CREATIONS, on Thursday because I will be sharing this project with some actual pics that were taken using these decorations! 

Until next time, create something beautiful!

JAVA JEN




7 comments :

TheTulipCollector said...

Great banner. I love the clean lines. Thank you for joining us.

Karon said...

Yay - welcome Jen! This is such a beautiful banner - love it. TFS and have a great day:-)

Pam said...

Jen - hooray welcome and this is so awesome. I never thought of making photographic backgrounds with my cutting machines. Now I will. Thanks for sharing.
Hugs
Pam

Lori Apgar said...

I have been looking for ideas for a Graduation Photo back drop....AWESOME!!!!

John smith said...

Thanks to share your knowledge and this fantastic blog.Photographic backdrops add the beauty in banners,themes and photos too.For wrinkle free backdrops come to mediawall.com.au.

MelodyR aka Ry&MysMom said...

That turned out really nice! I love that font.

Selby's Media Wall said...

This is beautiful. I agree that adding some Christmas colours would make it look even better!

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