Post # 1
This is how I spent my SNOWED IN day! My inspiration was from Mrs. Lab. I’m doing box invitations so I made these tags to personalize the invites. The tags were made from my Cricut and the font is Chopin Script from dafont.com.
It does take patience, but I did have fun! I redid a couple because I’m picky like that!
Post # 3
Beautiful! I did a bit of faux-lligraphy on our invitations myself!
Post # 4
What kind of pen did you use?
Post # 5
I used a prismacolor metallic fine pen. It was in the art section of Michaels and I used a coupon so it wasn’t too expensive. I tried to use a gelly roll pen, but it didn’t have the same effect!
Post # 7
I want to try this because my handwritting is not the best, but I know you can’t use just any old pen. Thanks for sharing. This is beautiful!
Post # 8
I’m doing the faux-calligraphy route too!
Your tags look schweet! 🙂
Post # 10
The tags look great! I especially like how the tag slot is oblong instead of round, so it’s held in place by the ribbon really well.
Did you download your shape or use a cartridge? Mind sharing your source?
Did you print the name before cutting with the cricut? How were you able to line up the printed names with the tag templates? Or did you use a cricut marker before the metallic ink? I’m dying to try that method!
Thanks for the pics! They look great!
Post # 11
Wow, you did a fantastic job! These look great!
Post # 12
Michael’s has the tag punches as well. I know it’s probably a billion times easier to use the cricut to do the tags, but the punches are definitely another option…
Post # 14
Thanks again bees for the wonderful comments!
classysolo: I posted a tutorial on my site. I used the tags, bags, boxes, more cartridge. Hope it helps. If you have any more qustions just ask!
Post # 15
- Wedding: July 2010 - Anela Garden Chapel & Japanese Cultural Center, Honolulu
I love prismacolor pens…your tags came out really nice! 😀
Post # 16
- Wedding: May 2010 - Philippe Park
Wow! They turned out so gorgeous! Great job!