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BeBeSpArKLeS10

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  1. Great job! You would never know they are DIY!
  2. Quote: Originally Posted by SouthernSweetie These look incredible! The vellum is so classy. I also love the background paper. Did you get that from Michael's also? Yes I did, It's 12x12 cardstock cut to size. 1 down 59 more to go And 30 days til the wedding
  3. Quote: Originally Posted by bsf&jpg did you print the velum on a regular printer? will it smear? I just used a regular HP residential inkjet printer. Within 20 mins the paper was dry and I was putting them together no smears yet!!
  4. Quote: Originally Posted by mdb Weird question... Is that paper brown? I've been looking for brown paper like that but all I can find is black and white? IF so , can I ask where you found it? Sorry it is black and white, the picture was taken with my cell phone at work under hideous lights Quote: Originally Posted by JanineA I have a Lexmark inkjet. I think I will see if I can buy a few sheets of velum and try. I really like the whole look of the velum with a patterned cardstock behind. Velum is on sale right now at Michaels for $ 0.20 a sheet just an FYI!
  5. Quote: Originally Posted by JanineA Awesome!! How hard was it to print on the velum. Does the ink stay wet for long once you've printed? I don't know why but because of how velum looks and feels I tend to think the ink will take a while to dry....maybe I'm wrong. From what most people have said it should take a while to dry. I have an HP inkjet printer and honestly it took about 20 minutes for it to dry. My mother on the other hand for my bridal shower invites used velum on a Brothers printer and it would smear on the way out of the printer. So I think it all depends on your printer.
  6. Quote: Originally Posted by JanineA I like it. Did you use velum? I am going to be doing mine and I am still searching around for ideas and how-tos. I like how yours came out. Great job! Yes, I used velum for the front card, clear photo corners to attach it to the black and white cardstock (Oh and don't mind the food selection my FI picked it out....wanted him to feel like he was part of it )
  7. BeBeSpArKLeS10

    Hello from Illinois

    Hi all! Just decided two days ago on a destination wedding! Know it will be in Florida in early 2010 so I don't have much time! I haven't decided on the exact date yet or found a great hotel!
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