Post # 1
Does anyone in the Philadelphia area have a Gocco I could borrow? I am thinking about programs (accordian ones featured in Martha Stewart Weddings Summer 2007) for my August wedding and I want to make them using A2 flatcards. Unfortunately, most printing places can’t print on paper this small and I don’t have my own inkjet. Also, I am thinking of using a green or brown cardstock, so getting color from a printer to show up on it isn’t easy…
Anyway, I was thinking of using gold for the cover printing, a la Ms. Toucan.
Here are the covers/backings I want to use: http://www.cutcardstock.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWCATS&Category=50
I would only need to Gocco for a day, or a few hours…or however long it would take to bang out the covers in one session. Or, if anyone has any other ideas on getting an image and words onto dark cardstock without a printer, please let me know your thoughts!
Post # 3
- Wedding: September 2012 - Our backyard!
oops, I just realized I never saw this post! Sorry, I hope you didn’t think I was avoiding your crafty bum! 🙂
Your programs sound like they’ll be super purty.
Post # 4
- Wedding: September 2018 - The Desmond Hotel in Malvern, PA
Adela, I have been planning to do the same program idea since I saw it in MSW last summer! Great minds think alike
Post # 5
Cupcake, aren’t they so cute and simple? I thought about maybe doing one of those layered programs, but I can’t help but love the MSW one more. Here is where I am planning on getting the front and backs for them: http://www.cutcardstock.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWCATS&Category=50. They’re precut and are very well priced I think. I think they’ll custom cut anything if they don’t have the color you want precut.
Now I just have to get a corner rounder!
Post # 6
Oh and by the way, that issue is my favorite issue of any wedding magazine I’ve gotten. And I have at least 20 of them!