Post # 1
I saw this idea on Pinterest and thought it was really unique from other invitations I’ve received and seen during the wedding planning process. I thought I could use my mom’s cricut to mimic this, but when I tried it out, it only took halfway through the first trial to know that it was just not going to work. Now I’m looking for a company that I could just order the first page cut out and I could do the rest of the printing and assembly. Has anyone ever ordered anything like this or know of a company that would do this? Most of my googling has found me companies that do metal or wood and I’m just looking for a nice linen cardstock.
Post # 3
Depending on how much you get quoted for those somewhere it might be easier/cheaper to DIY these using a REALLY good die-cutting machine such as the silhouette cameo. If you are good with computers and design it should be a breeze. You can get a silhouette cameo brand new for $219.00 withe free shipping some places.
These are not mine by the way, just an example on a blog of what can be done with the cameo. The opposite can be achieved for a laser cut look.
Post # 4
@Thinkboxxx: You made me so happy. My Cameo came today, and I was hoping to do something similar to this for my invitations (the “laser-cut” version).