(Closed) Pink?

posted 12 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
291 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2007

Pink vellum?  Dunno if that works if you layer it on something black, tho’.  Or, if you already bought the pink stardream…use white vellum and affix that (there are oh-so-many choices on how to do that!) to the stardream.  Then you still get to use your stardream paper, no waste, and it looks very pretty.    There are couple different kinds of vellum, tho’, I warn you.  There’s the more expensive, thicker kind — I bought mine from LCIpaper.com — and there’s a thinner, cheaper kind that I bought from Ben Franklin (craft store — like Michael’s); it was the generic store-type brand.  The thin stuff is OK, but you can really see the difference; it’s more like tissue paper.  The expensive stuff was much nicer.  The store carried both, but I cheaped out.

Post # 5
536 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2019 - The Desmond Hotel in Malvern, PA

How about Paper Source’s PS Collection paper in Strawberry?


I used it for my sister-in-law’s shower invitations, as a backing card on a kiwi green and pink design, and it was really pretty.  Not too bubble-gum pink, not too delicate baby-kind-of-pink, and not too fucshia — just right

Post # 6
3 posts
  • Wedding: August 2007

We used pink/yellow/white for our wedding… this is the pink we used in our invites: ColorMates "Dark Pretty Pink"  #CPKK12U


On my monitor the color on the website looks alot different than it did in person. Maybe a local scrapbooking store will have samples?

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