Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Tutorial: Wedding Invitation Card


Our popular Die'sire Edge'ables dies can be used to create a variety of projects, from cards to invitations! Alexia has put together this tutorial, to show you how to create an elegantly stunning wedding invitation, complete with a gold flower closure. 

Crafter's Companion US supplies:




Step 1: Score and fold glitter cardstock at 3" and 8 ½" respectively on Big Score scoring board.


Step 2: Place the Edge'ables die on both ends of the scored glitter card stock and run through die-cutting machine. This process can be done separately if one die is used.

Tip: make sure not to place the die beyond the folded lines and the clean cut side of the die is facing towards tend of the card stock.


Step 3: Trim the excess off using a craft knife. Do this to both sides of the die-cut pattern.


Step 4: Prepare two gold foil card stock that is 2 7/8" x 6 3/8" in size. Apply double-sided foam tapes on the inside of the die-cut patterns and adhere the shiny side of the gold foil card stock onto it.

Do this to both sides of the gatefold invitation card.


Step 5: Prepare 3D Lily flower using the lily dies (as shown above).


Step 6: To make the band of the card, trim a gold ribbon that is approximately 11 ½" long, connect both ends with a staple. Then glue the 3D lily flower right on top (where it's stapled) using a hot glue gun.


The end result should looks like the  picture above!


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2 comments:

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mackyton said...

These are gorgeous wedding invitation card ideas. Simply loved their design. We are finding unique wedding venues for my cousin and once it’s finalized will ask them to seek inspiration from this post for their wedding invitation.