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Transformation Tuesday: Custom Wedding Invitations

One of the biggest joys I get from being the Papercrafting Passionista is the custom orders that friends and family have requested.  I'm sure you've noticed I've been a little on hiatus lately, and that's because I had an order for some wedding invitations that took up majority of my free time this month.  I am excited to share my creations with you here, exclusively for my Blog Readers!

Here they are:


I used a retired Thinlit Die from the So Detailed Thinlits from last year's Occasions Catalog.  I just knew I would have a use for that die someday!  Ha!  It was definitely a labor of love, hand-cutting 250 of those gates!  And it also wore on my Big Shot Plates to the point where they snapped in half!  BUT, OMG, so worth it!  And I would do it all over again!

Here's what the invitation looks like disassembled:


I did all of the graphic design work, too.  So that RSVP Card and the Information Card was all created by me.  I even hand-stamped the hearts on the Information Card and the Medallions.  Those were from the Sealed With Love Stamp Set that was already retired from last year's Occasions Catalog.  I will truly never get rid of that stamp set!  I have used it so much!

Here's just the invitation:


And then a close up of the RSVP Card and the Information Card:



I am so pleased with how these turned out and the Bride was just "obsessed" and she couldn't "stop staring at them!" (her words!) 

So if you feel like you need a little Papercrafting Passionista for your Special Occasion, please Contact Me and let's chat about how I can make something special just for you!


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