Pink and brown is one of the best color combinations as it is somewhat girly and elegant at the same time. I came across this elegant damask pattern to use and created a simple butterfly outline with it. These will make perfect Thank You cards or could even be changed to have your name on it as personalized stationery. Check them out over in my Etsy Shop.
Do you have any big plans for the week before starting to send the kids back to school?
It’s been a busy couple of days and I feel like a kid getting all these packages in the mail! The pocket folds arrived for the invitations I’m working on and I love them! The bride picked out a gorgeous metallic blue color for the pockets with a natural linen textured paper for the invites.
I stopped by the printer today and all the printed pieces came out fantastic. It’s great to see the process from screen to reality as it all starts to come together. Of course there always seems to be one little snag because nothing is ever smooth. Turns out the smaller envelopes for the Response cards were not the correct size so I’m waiting on the new envelopes to arrive. At least I still have a little time for those to arrive since I still have to put all the invitations together. Here’s the first one…. only 79 more to go!
Check out the new pocketfolds listed in my Etsy Shop.
I will be the first to admit that I am in love with paper punches! After using the scallop circle to create the Class of 2011 medallion for graduation invitations I keep looking for more ways to use them. I came up with this simple Save the Date design that I added a nice edge to the corners for that little something extra. This new listing is now available to check out in my Etsy Shop.
I’m working on a new Invitation design right now which will be the first one I get to use Pockets for! I have the pockets ordered and am finalizing the design for the invitation which will include a Directions, RSVP and Reception cards that will be fitted neatly inside the pocket. Can’t wait to see how it all looks together!