There is something quite magical about this fabric. Your eyes will admire it, but the true love will come with the touch. Don’t we all love the soft, delicate, smooth and fluffy feeling? Yeah, we do – it’s the velvet.
“Black velvet, if you please…”
I love what Ula Koska did with the black velvet fabric. So here is the recipe – you take a boudoir session, mix it with a good bit of talent, put it in the Heirloom, cover in black velvet and place into QtAlbums oven for a while. You get this magical album.
“She wore blue velvet, bluer than velvet was the night, softer than satin was the light…”
The great thing about the velvet is that when using the right colour, you can match it with the design you have in the album. And like the black and cranberry are ideal for the boudoir sessions, the petal and blue are just perfect for new-born photography.
“You keep your heart in a velvet box, in a room within a house without a door..”
We love the velvet covers, but I might risk saying that we love the velvet even more on the clamshell presentation boxes. Still can’t decide which is my favourite colour, do you have one yourself?
Watch a beautiful cranberry cameo velvet album on a video. Thank you, Lauren, for sharing your work!
Lyrics by: The Shamen “Velvet Box”, Alannah Myles “Black Velvet”, Tony Bennet “Blue Velvet”