See "Heather's Wedding Invitation"posting for the front view of these and more description. This is showing the card opened flat. On the left side I made a pocket, using a 4.25 X 2.75 size cs piece and taped three sides with the NARROW sticky strip. Was only way I could think of to make a pocket that wouldn't rip off. Inside are four pull out informational cards that I printed onto card stock and cut out, staggered sizes, when you pull them out the information is printed below the title. Gives all the info on the hotel, directions, time and place of reception, gift registry, etc. The wording on the right part was printed on a laser printer onto vellum cardstock then attached to the stamped whisper white piece with antique gold brads and then taped to the card base. They were alot of work but I loved doing it and am happy with the results. TFL!
Date: Thursday, June 29, 2006 GMT Views: 5850
Registered: February 25, 2005 Location: Elkhart, IN Posts: 436
Thu, Jun 29, 2006 @ 12:21 PM
Holy cow! You did a lot of work on these! They are very beautiful, and what a great gift. My mom just made my baby shower invitations (45 of them) and was about to go crazy, so I can't imagine doing 240. You did a wonderful job!!
Registered: April 20, 2006 Location: Michigan's Upper Peninsula Posts: 34752
Fri, Jul 21, 2006 @ 11:15 AM
Oh my word!!! I have never seen such an effeciently put-together wedding invitation -- everything is right there and soooo organized -- I LOVE IT -- this is just amazing - and yes, I echo the question of nuts4levibutts (cute name!) -- how long DID it take you -- too many hours to count, I am sure!!!