Thursday, April 15, 2010

The coolest ring bearer pillow ever....what great memories...now available on-line! and my submission to Theme Thursday - hats or crowns..




Hi Everyone...I am always adding new things to my Custom Stuff Shop...and this time I looked back at the past and thought I would offer up something super special and one of a kind to the new Brides out there. I handcraft custom one of a kind pieces for Weddings and am now offering this service on-line to anyone....not just locally....this piece above is my pillow...hard to imagine we were married almost 11 years ago...so I did a little photo shoot with my rings tied to it for my shop...( I also love my rings...Brad had them designed especially for me...isn't he the sweetest)

I love this piece and know that many new Brides would love one too....

Why do things like everyone else...when you can have a special memento from your Special Wedding Day. This is a ring pillow that is a wooden canvas that is customized by me...with your Names and Date....it is something special that will be a conversational piece for years to come...This piece is created with Pyrography and burnt into the wood as a symbol of love and permanence.

You can use this for the ring bearer and then add it as a decoration at the Reception site...and ultimately in your home to remember the day that started it all....

I am also submitting this piece to Theme Thursday...theme "Hats or Crowns" since I wore the coolest crown of jewels at our Wedding.....

Hugs
Diana

20 comments:

Debbie Egizio said...

You are so clever Diana! What a fabulous keepsake. So unique and beautiful!!!

Deborah said...

What a beautiful, original, very Diana idea! What a beautiful keepsake for any bride. And no way are you old enough to be married 11 years. Child bride???
**blows kisses** Deb

Diana Evans said...

Thank you so much Debbie and Deborah!!!

and yes !!! it will be 11 years this June!!! time sure flies when you're having fun!!!

Kelly said...

your piece is beautiful!

Yvonne said...

Beautiful, beautiful, Diana!

Debby said...

So creatvie, great keepsake.
debby

Faye said...

Beautiful and very original. I'm sure the brides-to-be who see this will also be wanting one, Diana. I know your tiara/crown was also probably gorgeous. And how romantic your husband is to give you rings he helped design.

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Diana,

What a beautiful and unique ring bearer pillow.
I love this and I am sure that you will have many bridal couples wanting one too.
Thanks for sharing your lovely photos, beautiful flowers, rings and cake.

Enjoy the rest of the week
Hugs
Carolyn

johanna said...

what a treasure!! great post, thanks for sharing!

Nicola said...

What a wonderful idea Diana! I'm sure this would be treasured for many years to come! Congratulations on your upcoming 11th wedding anniversary, Rick and I just celebrated our 10th! They do fly quickly!

Aino said...

Nice, beautiful work.

Femmy said...

what a beautiful piece Diana!!!

Terri Kahrs said...

What a beautiful keepsake and remembrance of your wedding day! This is the most awesome pillow I've ever seen! Hugs, Terri xoxo

yoborobo said...

This is beautiful, Diana, and such a brilliant idea! And time does fly when you are having fun. :)) xo Pam

Candace Trew Camling said...

cute! This is a really neat way to have a keepsake! I bet you will sell several of these! Congratulations on 11 years of marriage... not a lot of people can do that!

Also, glad to hear you joined HAI. I think I will wait until I have a few more funds... its a tad expensive, but I hear great things.

Diana Evans said...

Thank you so much everyone!!! your words always make my day!!!

Hugs
Diana

I hope hai works out for me too Candace!!!

Manon Doyle said...

Awe!! That is so very special! It's a lovely keepsake for a bride and groom!!
Love it!!

Ces said...

Holy Molie!!! I don't visit for a few days and you have built an entire department store of art! Geesh! YOU are so prolific, so inspired, so motivated, so dedicated, I want some of that energy of yours! This is great. I did not have a ringbearer's pillow. In fact we forgot our rings. We had to borrow a teenager's ring and it had a skull emblem.

Fannie said...

Clever keepsake, Diana. You're so creative. Thanks for sharing.

Silvia said...

Wonderful work, great treasure.

 
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