Post # 1
So I got this idea to make photo invites for everyone invited to the ceremony since there will be around 500 invited. I have been playing around with these insanely cheap blank cards that I found at Hobby Lobby. I think I finally have a style that I like but I would love some advice from y’all!
Also, I have no idea of what is best for attaching a photo to cardstock? I used Elmers Extra Strength Acid Free but it is making cardstock kind of crinkle. Any advice?
I rounded all of the corners of the card and photo, then used a Martha Stewart Birds on A Line cut out for the border.
Post # 3
I love the little cutout birds!
I would recommend using a glue roller. I can’t find the one I use online, and I know nothing about the particular one I’m linking to, but just to get a general idea..
Are you wanting the guests to be able to remove the photo, or to be permanently attached?
Post # 4
hey these are cool! how many would you have to do?
Post # 5
I didn’t really think about them removing the photo or not.. I just want it to be placed properly when they open it. I will check out a glue roller, thanks!
I’m not sure how many I will have to do since our guest list is still incomplete, but it’s an easy spare time kinda thing!
Post # 6
If you’re thinking of having the picture come off the page maybe you can use photo corners. I’m pretty sure Michael’s sell them.
Post # 7
very cute! and err i recommend glue dots or zots for EVERYTHING lol…
Post # 8
- Wedding: September 2010 - Heron Hill Winery
I would suggest the roll on adhesive…I use it for scrapbooking and it does the least to crinkle…also one suggestion I might add….what if you put a darker color paper on the inside so the birds would stand out more…I am sure it would be a tedious task but it might add a neet effect
Post # 9
- Wedding: July 2010 - Anela Garden Chapel & Japanese Cultural Center, Honolulu
if you don’t mind a permanent bond you can use spray adhesive. it’s quick to apply!