Post # 1
My Maid/Matron of Honor came into town last week, and helped me start the process of putting together our paddle programs. I was so greatful for her help as I was really dreading cutting all of them out (I am horrible with the paper cutter. Our invitations took me forever to finish!)
3 movies, lots of chit chat and 100 popsicle sticks later, we were finished!
I am pretty pleased with the final outcome, and am happy to check another thing off my DIY list!
Here are the digital files for your reading pleasure, and our matching invitations.
Post # 3
Could these be any cuter?! I love love love them – great job!
Post # 4
They are adorable – love the different ribbons & bows you used! How did you manage to get the corners so nice?
Post # 5
@SweetMelissa429: Thank you!
@eocenia: I originally wanted all the same ribbon, however I had a bunch of scrap pieces left from another project so I just used it up! I’m kind of cheap like that! After I stuck both sides together I just rounded the edges with scissors. They aren’t prefect but turned out okay! I think you can buy paper punches that will round them perfectly but I couln’t be bothered to spend more on them!
Post # 6
Love them! You did an awesome job.
Post # 7
those are so cute…I love the I SPY. I may have to steal that one day 😉
Post # 8
They look great! Did you glue two pieces of cartstock together with the popsicle stick inbetween? If so – what kind of glue did you use that came out so smooth?
Post # 9
@Miss Mauverick: Thank you!!
@Frizzette080211: Steal away! I took a few different I Spy’s that I came across on here and picked out the ones that I liked 🙂
@castaway83: I actually used double sided tape and glue dots. I used the tape on one side, and added two glue dots to each side of the popsicle stick and put it in the centre. Then I pressed down the other piece of cardstock and trimmed the corners!
Post # 10
I LOVE LOVE LOVE these!! Did you use an online template or create them in a computer program? So cute I think I am going to make something similar!
Post # 11
@Trucker2007: I made them in Photoshop! But, they could easily be made in any word processing program!