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Wedding Invitation

Wedding Invitation
By LeNae Gerig

card making, card ideas
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  1. Cover the two panels with one rounded edge and one straight edge with black cardstock. Stamp swirls repeatedly over the other two panels.
  2. Computer journal the couple's names (one above the other) on white cardstock with about 1" of space between, then punch to a 2 1/8" circle. Punch a 2 1/8" circle of black cardstock layer under the journaled circle. Add a heart brad in the space between the two names.
  3. Place the Pinwheel with the stamped panels on the left and right. Add two small pieces of foam tape (one above the other) on the back of the layered circles, toward the left. Foam tape the circles centered on the pinwheel front, attaching them only to the left panel.
  4. Print the wedding details on white cardstock and crop to a 4 1/2" square. Stamp a swirl below the text. Mat on black cardstock, trim to 1/4" and glue inside the Pinwheel.
  5. Close the Pinwheel and wrap ribbon around it, threading it through the space between the foam tape on the back of the layered circles. Tie the ribbon ends into a bow on the left side of the Pinwheel's front surface.

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A tip from LeNae:
Sara's Surfaces™ are made of white 12-point board (like heavyweight cardstock), with a glossy finish on one side and a matte finish on the other. Depending on which way you fold them, you can choose to have either finish on the outside. When stamping on the glossy side, be sure to use a StazOn ink pad–they're made to dry quickly on non-porous surfaces like glossy papers.

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Project comments

Written by Diannah Smith
 3 years 4 months ago:
Very nice! I always stayed away from wedding invitations because they seemed so scary but you make it look easy! My husband and I are planning to renew our vows in 2016 and I think I'll make our wedding invitations - I'm inspired to atleast try! :)


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