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  • First wedding invitation off the production line - lol!

    Well, started on my wedding ceremony invitations and thought I'd invite your thoughts. I've woven satin & organza ribbon behind the aperture -which is really fiddly and takes ages so don't think they'll be a rush job - but I'll be doing something simpler for the evening invitations. Too many of those to be doing all this for!

    Jane

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  • #2
    Absolutely gorgeous, love the colours, well done you

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    • #3
      Fantastic and I love the colours.


      BTW I have asked my dad to cut two horses in MDF and I am amending the design for the unicorn at the moment to give to him. As soon as they are cut I can get underway!
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      • #4
        loverly colours they are very nice
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        • #5
          they are lovely - how many do you have to do?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by greannancrafts View Post
            they are lovely - how many do you have to do?

            Jane
            For the ceremony around 10 or so as we're keeping that small. For the evening invites, I think I'm looking around 60-70 so that'll be a simpler print job onto card - though I may find an excuse to use a peel-off or sequin or two!
            Jane

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            • #7
              Wow I really love that card...have to agree that it's a good job you've only got a few to do like that cos it's obvious how much time went into it
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              • #8
                absolutely gorgeous
                I love those colours
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                • #9
                  That's lovely, really like the colours you've used too.

                  Good job you've not got too many to make though as I imagine that would take quite sometime to get it looking so good.

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                  • #10
                    Fantastic design! I love the colours!
                    Sarah

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                    • #11
                      Really, really gorgeous, what a great idea! That's your evenings accounted for, for the next few months lol!

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                      • #12
                        I agree it looks lovely and thank goodness you haven't got to do too many. Well done.
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                        • #13
                          it really is lovely... the only thing i find, i cross stitch the occasional card, hand made cards are very fiddly, and time consuming, so should only go to people who appreciate them....

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                          • #14
                            Beautiful card! How did you keep the ribbons straight? Did you stick each one down top and bottom, like iris folding? It's lovely
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                            • #15
                              It's beautiful.
                              I made my invites and we liked them at the time (first cards I'd made), but since then and since starting making cards properly myself, I've seen so many other designs and made so many myself that were so much nicer.
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