(Closed) DIY invitations – help on how to proceed…

posted 9 years ago in Paper
  • poll: What envelop colour should we pick and do we need an invitation mat?

    Blue as the pocketfold

    White/Beige

    No mat needed

    Get a mat, it will look too flat otherwise

  • Post # 48
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    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: August 2013

    @eocenia:  They did – now I have about 20 wall-calendars for 2013 just chilling in my basement. I closed my etsy shop for it. I can’t sell those. Gah.

    I love those! I recommend using the same font treatment on those as your invites in this post. And the extra colors will help glam it up while making it seem less girly lol – since it is about two people 🙂 I love your work though!!!!

    If we could find a printing solution we could work together – you could paint and I’ll do the font/text treatments! 🙂 Maybe pro-bono work for other brides who are picky like we are lol.

    Post # 49
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    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: August 2013

    And PLEASE tell me there is a painted horse somewhere in your wedding. My sister amrried into a swedish family and their ceremic painting and the wooden painted horses are my FAV!

    Post # 52
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    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: May 2013

    @Summer_Rose:  I don’t know… it was really strange – the first few addresses came out amazing. Then it started to get “dry” and ink wouldn’t flow through so I did everything the instructions said (press in tip upside down shake, turn normal and press down) I would get a big blob of ink then it would start drying up again…. After this happened with 3 pens in a row my only explanation was that either all the pens were defective (definitely possible) or the tip was getting glitter caught up in it

     

    this was with the extra fine sharpie

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