Post # 1
So I printed out 150 programs – only to find out that there was a gramatical error on one side. Now that I’ve seen the error, there’s no way I’m not fixing it, which means printing out another 150 programs. I don’t mind that so much as wasting the original programs. So I’m looking for ideas of what to do with 150 pieces of card stock that have a program on one side of them – the paper is paer source size #10 which means it’s about 3 1/2 inches wide by 9 inches long. Any ideas??? I am willing to cut, glue, emboss, whatever – I just want something to do with them! Thanks 🙂
Post # 3
Do you need tags for favors or escort “objects”?- you can print a message or names on the blank side and glue the bad side to a contrast color paper.
Post # 4
@Whitone: Don’t feel too badly about this. Our printer used the wrong color card stock and had to reprint all 150 of our programs, too. Over time (I’m the MOB and have been married 42 years) you will see that there are many missteps in life and they really don’t matter, it is the fact that you keep moving forward with joy and gratitude. You can recycle the paper. I don’t think you will find a real use for it all. New married life needs to not hoard, not stock up on keeping too much stuff. Less is more. That said, I love to use a nice piece of glass (polished edges) on top of a dresser or nightstand to protect the top and love the old fashioned (but if you are creative it can look fantastic and modern) style of putting a few photos from the wedding or honeymoon or engagement AND the programs under the glass. The glass keeps the keepsakes clean and you can keep it clean easily. Using one “theme” like marriage and repeating the program page will unify the piece.
Post # 5
Can you make them into place cards or escort cards? You could cut them into smaller rectangles and then glue each one onto a slightly larger sheet of paper in a different color, if you want to hide the back from people.