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ebredhawk's boarding pass invites - lots of pics and details!!!

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Very nice! I like the pink envelopes and black jackets as an added touch! It just kind of sets it all off, kwim?

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Thanks Erin :) I am so torn between DIY invites and just buying them! Seeing how good yours look make me want to venture out and DIY or should i say DIM!

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WoW!!! What an awesome job you did!!

They sure are a lot of work, but it's so rewarding when they're all done. They look amazing! Your guests are going to love them.

Mine are going out this week too! It's so exciting.

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thank you so much girls... you are all way too sweet!!!


yay crystal i'm so glad yours are going out soon! really makes you feel like you've accomplished something!


okay josie.. here are the prices (i'm going based on the picture of my supplies so hopefully i don't forget anything) and honestly, if i can make these, ANYONE can. you'd be surprised how easy and fun it is with this site as a resource!!


Nail clippers, scissors, ruler, white card stock and hole punch: already had

Fiskars Rotary Trimmer: $20 from Walmart

Corner cutter: $4.50 w/ coupon from Hobby Lobby

Bone folder: $6 w/ coupon from Michaels

Cutting mat: $5 w/ coupon from Michaels

Double sided tape: $2.50 w/ coupon from Hobby Lobby

Palm tree punch: $7 from Michaels

Ribbon: $4 for 3 spools w/ coupon from Hobby Lobby

Black card stock (50 sheets): $4.50 w/ coupon from Hobby Lobby

Pink envelopes: $20 from paper-papers.com


I only made 20 invites for now, but could easily make 30 more for little to no additional cost! I plan on using what is left over for AHR invites as well.


OH, and my magnets were from VistaPrint... 25 free small magnets with free shipping... only paid $5 to upload my own image! Not too shabby!

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