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    Hello, Newbie here!

    I'm after some more crafty help....I've ordered my wedding invitations from Vistaprint and now need to do the inserts for them.

    Please bear with me, I'm very new at doing crafts myself...what should I use that would be a nice insert, I didn't want to just use plain pink paper, fancied something a little different.

    If anyone could help a useless crafter out, you'd make me very happy indeed!

    Thanks
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  • #2
    Hi There,

    You could try semi transparent paper it looks really nice and you can print on it, I've just bought some gold colored for my labels and I did see some pink. It has a nice sort of classy look. When I did my invitations I also popped some aroma beads and some little hearts in the envelope its really annoying for people if they are major house proud but it has such a nice effect and my family and friends loved it (apart from the house proud aunt). The Papers called vellum, Good luck here's wishing you a fantastic day..........

    "Friends help you move. Real friends help you move bodies."
    www.fairyalchemy.co.uk
    fairyalchemy.blogspot.com



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    • #3
      Hammered paper looks nice, but like Fairyalchemy said vellum is gorgeous and you can get all different types of patterned vellum too - squirls, flowers, glittered etc - you need to use a tape mouse/pen (my mind's gone blank as to what they're called, the ones that you put your finger on the top and press it along the paper!!) or vellum glue to stick it in as ordinary glue can be seen through this semi-transparent paper.
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      • #4
        Hello, I am new to the foum as well.

        I have just received a wedding invitation and it was very unusual. The front was printed with a church, bells and confetti, but the inside was just printed onto paper in a nice script but it was edged with lace! It looked really impressive.

        Might be a thought?

        Debbie
        Debbie
        www.justoneoff.co.uk

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        • #5
          Would you be able to pop a picture of it on here for us to see? Sounds pretty...
          Facebook page, Cottage Charms & Cards: http://www.facebook.com/update_secur...20677888001883

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          • #6
            I like to tear the edges of my inserts and some times edge with a glitter pen or gold or silver pens. It's a bit time consuming but looks lovely.
            Susan Bradford
            www.SusanSpencerCards.co.uk
            http://www.facebook.com/pages/handma...ysusanbradford

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