Lace/Recycled Wedding Invitations

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    Invitation samples for Jennifer and Jason - orange ribbon, lace, recycled pocket fold

    MiniAroundM, shodd81, DTS Designs, and 5 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. kdw1984 21 months ago | reply

      Hi There -- Do you customize and sell these invitations? If so, I would be interested in seeing more photos of the product and receiving a quote for about 100 invitations.

    2. aus_chick 20 months ago | reply

      Hello! Thank you for your interest! Right now I am not taking any orders for invitations, sorry! (too hard to manage with a baby and work!). I hope you have a great wedding though :)

    3. jxox 20 months ago | reply

      hi! reading the comments above i see that you do not make these for sale, my cousin is getting married and loves these invitations. would is be possible to tell us how you made them?

    4. aus_chick 19 months ago | reply

      sorry for the delay. i am planning on putting up a tutorial on a wedding blog that I occasionally write for. I'll post here when it is up.

    5. Peanuty4u 18 months ago | reply

      Could you please post the tutorial soon or even a picture of the back? I love these invites!

    6. aus_chick 18 months ago | reply

      sorry i haven't put the tutorial up yet... but the back can be found here: www.flickr.com/photos/aus_chick/6937104597/in/photostream

    7. mlmartin7 17 months ago | reply

      Where do you get the lace to use for these?

    8. aus_chick 17 months ago | reply

      Hi, I got the lace from G Street Fabrics in Centreville, VA, but they no longer stock this particular one (I bought all they had!).

    9. athomp12 10 months ago | reply

      Where did you get the hang tag label for this invitation? Or how would I go about doing something similar? Is it metal?

    10. aus_chick 9 months ago | reply

      Hello, the hang tag is a sheet of 8 1/2 x 11 metallic/stardream cardstock with the monogram printed on it. I then used a circle punch to cut each one out, and then a smaller hole punch to make the hole for the ribbon.

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