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Virtual Art and Creativity Festival

Showcasing talent and creative expression from the Berkeley College Community. New exhibits launch annually in honor of National Distance Learning Week.

Wedding Scrabble Art

Nicole Turnbull

Director, Student Development and Campus Life, Online Campus

I used a showcase picture frame for depth, scrapbook paper, scrabble letters, hot glue, silk flowers, and reproduction keys.

This work was inspired by Pinterest and I put my own spin on it. The theme of my wedding was "The Secret Garden" and the keys were also used in my escort cards. Items were affixed to scrapbook paper using hot glue. It now hangs in the hallway in my home with other mementos and photos from my wedding.

Wedding Table Numbers

Nicole Turnbull

Director, Student Development and Campus Life, Online Campus

Materials: Picture Frame, Scrapbook Paper, House numbers, Nails, Krazy Glue, Mod podge, Hot glue

I created these original table number displays for my wedding. I inserted small gold nails into the holes of the house numbers and cut the backs of the nails off and secured them with Krazy Glue. I used ModPodge to add the scrapbook paper to the back of the frame. I then affixed the house number to the scrapbook paper using hot glue.

Wedding Escort Card Display

Nicole Turnbull

Director, Student Development and Campus Life, Online Campus

Materials: Fiberglass frame, metal grid, staple gun, cable ties, hot glue, printed fabric, nails

This work was a labor of love that both my mother and I worked on together for my wedding. She found the fiberglass frame at an antique shop. We removed the backing and sawed off the pieces that protruded from the back to make it flat. She found and spraypainted the metal grid gold. I took the original backing from the frame and used a staple gun to affix the floral fabric to it. I then used cable ties to affix the metal grid to the floral backing. We used nails to secure the original backing and grid combination to the frame. The end product was very heavy so luckily we were able to use this stand from my brother's wedding!