Post # 1
We purchased our invitations in India, and I just realized that the RSVP envelopes do not have any sort of adhesive or seal. What are my options for attaching a seal so that guests do not have to just tape it themselves. Is there double-sided tape I can use that has peelable paper on at least one side? Please help!
Post # 3
I think they make double sided tape with peelable backs but I also believe it’s hard to find and expensive. I would check a craft shop, largeer the better for better selection.
Also, and it’s just totally my opinion, as the invites came from India I assume they are incredibly beautiful and addin that would be alittle bit of an eye sore.
What about making or buying seals, gold foil or somethin that would match for them to shut it with?
Post # 4
I second the idea of seals or a decorative sticker to seal the envelope. Kind of like what they give you at Hallmark when you buy a card, but personalized with your monogram maybe?
Post # 5
I love that idea…thanks to both of you! Perhaps gold rectangular stickers with our monogram or some graphic would work. Would it be appropriate to just tuck these inside the envelope along with the RSVP card?
So far the only double sided tape with double peelable backs that I’ve found is fashion tape. And I’m guessing that may not work well for heavy cardstock-type material.
Post # 6
I would just tuck them in the envelope with the RSVP card; maybe tuck them in such that a little edge sticks up, so they are easy to find. One of the give aways was an embossing tool and foil stickers; you could use something like that maybe. I ordered not the embossing tool but the return address stamp (from the same company, I think) and it came really fast.
Or if you are time-limited you could print your own, maybe on those frosty/clear sticker sheets? That would allow the gorgeous envelope to show through the monogram. I have been playing with the frosty/clear address labels, and they print really nice.
Post # 7
i recommend "lick and stick" from paper source (above link). i made my own envelopes for Save the Dates and used this.
Post # 8
If you have a Michael’s Crafts in your area, you can get the Tombo Mono double sided adhesive tape – best invention ever!
Post # 9
I just completed 200 DIY invitations and I used double sided tape for my projects.
I found a seller on ebay that sells a roll of 36 yards for only $2.99! The tape is thin enough that it won’t be bulky.
Here is the link:http://cgi.ebay.com/DOUBLE-SIDED-Scotch-TAPE-3M-ATG-transfer-1-2-x-36-yds_W0QQitemZ220226416618QQihZ012QQcategoryZ31731QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem