Welcome to my World
Welcome to my little corner of the vast God planned domain. I plan to share mostly my card projects here, you might even possible see some scrapping, quilt projects, and photography. Who knows I may even try other other craft projects. I am also going to share a selection of little recipe cards I have collected over the past few years - scrapped, of course. There may even be some little things of greatness of my daily life. Every now and then, I might even vent!
Saturday, April 10, 2010
Well we have just over 100 completed and going to have a work party with some friends to complete the rest today hopefully. In the top picture are the components to the invites. The 3 little pieces stack and go into a pocket on the left side when opened. The main invite part is on the right. Close it all up add a picture and wrap in a ribbon (this is what she wants) but I think I am going to just add a bow. (Much easier).
Thanks for looking and please let me know what you think. No I really am not in the market of producing these for money. Way too much time involved. I love my daughter very much is why I am doing them for her.
Thursday, April 8, 2010
From left to right are the supplies and such to make 250 wedding invites.
Chocolate Chip CS 11 packages
Whisper Whtie CS 6 packages
CM Adhesive 2 rolls
Tacky Tape 7 rolls
SU Snail Adhesive 5 cartridges
Photos 250 plus a few extra for ??
Michaels ribbon 25 spools
Envelopes 250 and Postage $110.00
cutter, scissors, corner rounder
Almost one full set of ink cartridges
Far left with picture of Christina and Matt was our prototyle made in December. The one tied with the Teal ribbon is the final design. I tried 10-12 times to get the stamped hydrangeas to look the way I wanted them, then I copied them, onto the white CS. I have 100 all assembled just need to ties them together, threfore there are still 150 to go. Now do I think I saved money. Not sure but they were fun to do. GOOD think I only have one daughter to do these for. I will post better picture of the final sas soon as my battery camera's recharge. Had just enough to take the picture above.