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Not sure if this will be the same bc of style I used...


Invitation mat- I played around with it a lot because I wanted the roses to bleed off the paper

Page setup: 5.6H 5.6W

Print setup 6.2 Height 6.2W



Cut 5.75" (Page Setup 5" W 5.75" H) ; 4.65" (Page Setup 5" W 4.65" H)

3.5" (page setup 5" W 3.5"H)

I don't have the print setup. I would just use plain paper first as template and keep adjusting as needed


If you have any questions, just let me know. I really had no idea what I was doing so I will gladly help

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Thank you quackquack. I was messing around with them last night and having a bloody awful time! They are turning out to be a real PITA!


When printing on your inserts, did you use a particular programme? Or just a word document with the help of complicated (at least to me) computer tools?!!!


Did you print all and then cut? I know I'll get it eventually (by trial and error) but it's proving to be an absolute nightmare!

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I know what you mean...lol. I used powerpoint for inserts (with no experience). I just made a couple styles and chose which one I liked the best. I only had to cut the middle insert because I ordered the RSVP cards. I cut all the paper first. It was easy for me to see how it was going toturn out byt doing it that way. It's a lot of trial and error. I really wanted to give up, but don't, it is well worth it. Maybe take a break from it :)


Let me know if you need anything else

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