i would Love to have the directions on how to make these...my daughter just got engaged and wants me to make her invitations to her wedding...these would be beautiful. You can email me directly at email@example.com
thanks for sharing!
Registered: September 24, 2004 Location: Posts: 39
Wed, Jan 05, 2005 @ 2:10 PM
My niece and I just love your invite. We would love to know how you made it. She will be celebrating her Sweet 16 and she wants me to help her make the invites very similar to yours - if it's okay with you that is.
Would you share with me how you made this one. Thank you so much.
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I noticed we're not your only fans. Thanks again, Angie
Registered: January 7, 2004 Location: Posts: 46
Fri, Jan 07, 2005 @ 1:54 PM
Set: Gentler Times (This ranks in my current catalog Top 10 list) Night of Navy 12 x 12 US White Vellum Paper Brads
1. Cut the NoN down to 7h x 12w
2. Sore in1" and 3 1/4" from both side
3. Fold the two interior scores in then the two outside 1" scores back on itself.
4. Cut US White to 6h x 4 1/2w 5. Printed two invitation verse on vellum paper - timed to 6h x 4 1/2w
5..Layer Vellum on US White use one brad in each top corner to adhere this I simply used mono to attach inside the folded NoN piece.
6. Cut 1 ¼"w x 7"h strips of US White. This was stamped in NoN w/ the border rose scroll and applied to the small pleat on the NoN
7 Stamped and embossed the heart with NoN Craft & Crystal Clear EP then cut out and layered on NoN - this was applied to the left side pleat
For the reply card I used the SU small card & envelope set, and simply printed the interior on the printer and stamped the face with yet another image from Gentler Times. There was also the reception card which was simply US White printed and again stamped with another of the images from Gentler Times.
Because this was a formal invitation and needed a double envelope I used #7 & #7 1/2 from Marco Paper. Again stamping coordinating images from the set on each.