Say I Love You in many different languages for a special album cover.
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People all over the world will say hello in their own way. They also say I love you in the most beautiful ways. And when you're a bride, you want to hear those three little words in as many ways as possible. So we created an I love you album cover in as many languages as we could find. Now if you look here, you’ll see that I've printed the photo onto canvas, because this is going to be the cover of the album Rather than onto paper. And it’s really pliable and it ends up lying like a wonderful painting. So if you look back at the album, you can see how custom this is beginning to look. And then when you look around the photo, see all of the different ways they're saying I love you. Well the two ways that we use to create that was with rubber stamps and with rub ons. So first of all, I'm going to take one of my rubber stamps and inking it. And it’s important that you use a permanent ink, a solvent base ink. Because otherwise it will bleed because I'm going to be stamping it on to fabrics. So I've already started with the A. I’ll go ahead and I’ll stamp the M, because I'm spelling AMOUR. And I would spell the whole word, and then it’s wonderful that the rubber stamps also come with symbols. So I can add rubber stamp hearts. And because the rubber stamps are individual alphabets, you can use any language that you choose. Then I'm going to take the rub ons, and I'm going to rub, in English, the word love that I’ll rub here. And I'm doing it on fabric because the fabric is going to be use to cover the entire cover of the album. Now when I lift this off, you can see the work love and how wonderfully it creates these elements. And when you look back at the album cover, such a wonderful technique and it looks so customed. Now you can use this same technique for your honeymoon. If you look at this page, you can see that all the different languages are used to write honeymoon that’s been printed on the canvas. It’s just a wonderful technique and it’s so easy. And if the bride goes to Hawaii, she would only have to learn one word for hello and goodbye, aloha.
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