Post # 1
All my materials from Cards and Pockets are here! Now, I need to figure out what type of adhesive should I use to secure the lace for the invites. The lace needs to go behind the actual invte and I am afraid of using glue and causing wrinkles or being bulky.
Here is a picture of what I am trying to recreate (minus the bow)….
Post # 3
Pick up double sided tape from a craft store. It works better with lace than glue does, and of course, it is less messy. You won’t see the tape through the lace at all.
Post # 4
I second the double-sided tape idea.
Also, on the backside, I would put one piece of tape at the top edge, and one at the bottom edge, and only fold the lace over enough to stick to those spots. Then you can glue that top card to the backing card with less bulk (as opposed to having the lace run up the entire back of the card). Does that make sense?
Post # 5
glue dots is just like double sided tape but it comes in a lot of diff sizes.make sure you get the ones that are adhesive to ALL types and are flat..those are what i used on my invites..good luck!
Post # 6
Can’t thank you ladies enough!!! 🙂
Post # 7
Lavender Paperie is so flattered that you loved our signature lace invitation and want to recreate them for your wedding. Here is the link to our Etsy shop, for use of our photo and photo crediting, https://www.etsy.com/listing/70090502/brittney-gold-lace-wedding-invitation where you can find the invitation and more information. Thank You!
Post # 8
Those glue/tape runners work really nicely for these kinds of projects.