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my dear dear mr. turtlie offered to get me a Cricut for christmas, but i couldn’t justify the expense because i’m not a scrapbooker and didn’t think i’d use it much. BUT then i thought, hey i can use it for our wedding then i won’t feel so frivilous.
I also coveted a gocco, but with them being discontinued and the cost, i couldn’t justify it and went instead went with the ultra DIY route….enter the Faux-co with PhotoEZ sheets:
Off I went to the local home depot who kindly cut the wood for me and i made my Faux-co to print up to the sizes i would need for my invites and programs:
my printed pretties:
And then i fed it through my Cricut to make it really unique and personal:
Now i just need to finalize the ceremony/reception times and get the chinese names of mr turtlie and parents so i can print the inner sheet with all the info.
Post # 3
hmmm my pictures didn’t post….try these links
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Post # 5
- Wedding: June 2018 - Holy Family Catholic Church, reception: National Infantry Museum
Wow! Those are really cool! I love that you Faux-co’d it! What a cool idea!
They look great!
Post # 6
- Wedding: May 2011 - Trinity Lutheran Church & Idlewild Country Club
That is amazing! They came out great!
Thanks for the tip, I’m definitly going to have to keep a Faux Co in mind!
Post # 7
Wow, those are awesome. I can’t get my head around how you did it though, because I’m slow like that and cant speak DIY, but they look great!
Post # 8
Oh man … this is awful! Now I am so tempted to make my dad and brother help me with this and print my own invites instead of getting them printed at kinkos!
Those are gorgeous, turtlie!