Post # 1
I posted a while back about poor man goccoing the front covers of the invites…..has taken a while to actually finish the rest. Here they are!
The front….I really wanted a cutout on the front cover….thank goodness for my little cricut that did loads for me!
side view….i like vellum =)
the inside (sorry for blurring) in english for the friends and chinese for the older relatives:
map with hotel rate card in back
RSVPs – followed suit with many a weddingbee bride and left the number of spots for names as the number invited….tried to fill in the names when i could too….took forever!
all the pieces together…
wanted the cutout to show thru the vellum envelopes
and off they go! (need togo buy stamps!)
Post # 3
Oops, the pictures aren’t attached! I’d love to see them!
Post # 4
don’t know why i can’t get the pix up, hopefully the link will work!
Post # 5
ooh, where did you get your cute wrap around label?! did you do them yourself? They’re adorable.
Post # 6
The look great! I really like them. I wish I were that crafty. I loved my invites but probably paid much more for mine than you are for yours and they look pricey! Good job.
Post # 7
i made the wrap around label using aspire petallics paper (same for all the ivory pieces) printed teh brown part with with a color laser printer, then used my cricut to cut out the labels and attached with a scrapbooking roll adhesive. Thanks for the compliments!
Post # 8
Wow those are really amazing! I’d love to open up something like that 🙂 Great job!
Post # 10
How did you make the mailing labels?
Post # 11
Oh my gosh, you made those yourself! Darn it, I wish I were crafty or at least coordinated…my craft attempts tend to look like they came out of a preschool classroom. Seriously, though, they look amazing.
Post # 12
Love them!!! You did an amazing job!
Post # 13
Wow .. these look amazing!!! great job!
Post # 14
Wow…lots of props for a job well done!!
Post # 16
Those are amazing. I agree with Chela429 and Rose999 that I wish I were that crafty!