Post # 1
Now that summer is here (I am a teacher) I have been slowly trying to chip away at my forever long wedding to-do list. I am using the tolsby frames from Ikea for my table numbers and needing something for the other sides since they are double sided. I thought, why don’t I do a thank you letter. So, here it is. What do you think? Would it look alright printed on scrapbook paper to match the front table number side? The bottom of the file isn’t cut off, not sure why it did that.
Post # 3
@Britt214: It’s a bit too overwhelming to read. It kind of gives me a headache. But cute idea!
Post # 4
@ceebree: I am a subway style poster fan but it is not for everyone…it will be on a 4 by 6 card so not too bug 🙂
Post # 5
@Britt214: @ceebree: I have to agree, it’s hard for me to read. I like the style, just too many words for me personally. It might not be as hard to read on that size card though, like you said – I don’t know.
Post # 6
- Wedding: February 2014 - Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts
I think it says too much even on a big card. How about taking some of the words and lines out?This is only a suggestion, I do like your concept.
To our friends and family
it means the world
to have you here today.
for being our support system
our encouragement, and
for loving us.
You have helped make us
who we are,
and for that, we are
Post # 7
I love it but since it’s only going on a small card I’d cut it down by 1/2.
Amazing idea 🙂
Post # 8
@slc201329: I will have to try that, thanks 🙂 I was going to print out to see but of course we are out of ink!
Post # 9
I do like the style, but I agree with PP that shortening it may be a bit easier on the eyes, and maybe using fewer fonts?
Post # 10
@slc201329: +1 this sounds/looks perfect.