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#1 finzup

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    Posted 29 August 2009 - 05:28 PM

    My boarding pass save the dates are completed! I have to say I wouldn't even have come up with this idea if it wasn't for BDW and all the fabulous crafty members who I "borrowed" ideas from. Thank you !!!

    My STD Cards

    Each boarding pass is made up of 5 sheets of paper, tied it together with a decorative ribbon, and put it in a ticket jacket that has our logo and a save the date magnet.
    I tied it all together with a raffia ribbon and a thin silky ribbon.
    I then stuffed them in big white envelopes. They are ready to go!!

    The project really was easy but very time consuming.
    I have my MOH to thank for helping with all the cutting (and there was a LOT) as well as my FI who helped me with printing, scoring, folding the ticket jackets as well as the final assembly.

    Here are the pictures:

    Boarding passes (5 different pages)
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    Ticket Jacket , Magnet, & Logo

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    Final Product!

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    Templates
    I based my boarding passes off of a template I downloaded from Ailee Bits for the boarding passes (thanks!)
    I got the ticket jacket template from BDW
    Both are attached to this posting.

    Special Fonts Used:

    Envelope - Text is Angelina , Palm tree is Tropicana BV
    Boarding Passes - Minya Nouvelle, Tropicana BV, Vivaldi, wmtrees1
    Ticket Jacket - Angelina

    *wmtrees1, Angelina, and Tropicana BV are from dafont
    the others I had on my computer already.


    Supplies and Cost Breakdown
    Michaels/Jo-Ann Crafts: (used various coupons and some items were on sale)
    4 - 10 pack white envelopes - 8.96
    2 - Dk brown raffia - $3.73
    4 - Thin turquoise ribbon - $2.00
    4 - Decorative turquoise ribbon - $7.96
    1 - Craft scissors - $8.99
    4 - Packages cardstock "Seaside Val Pack" - $9.96

    Walmart
    1 pack white 110lb cardstock - 5.48
    1 pack Avery clear 2x4 shipping labels - $7.22

    Vistaprint
    50 Magnets - $7.00
    Address Labels - FREE
    Shipping (priority) - $17.18

    Logo - Aylee Bits
    1 Logo - $2.00

    USPS
    .44 cent stamps - $17.60
    .61 cent stamps - $24.40

    Items I already Owned
    1 - Corner punch
    1 - Fiskars paper cutter
    1 - Rectangle shaped hole punch
    1 - Scotch tape (to stick the magnet to the ticket jacket)

    total including postage = $122.48 / 40 = $3.06 each


    Hope you like them!!

     

     

     

     

    Attached Files


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    -Katie
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    #2 Kristin_And_Stewart

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      Posted 29 August 2009 - 05:37 PM

      These look fantastic! Great job. I really like the colour scheme you went with.

      #3 Stamperamma

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        Posted 29 August 2009 - 06:29 PM

        These are beautiful thanks for sharing.

        #4 nsbride2010

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          Posted 29 August 2009 - 07:25 PM

          Hey! We are also using the boarding pass save the dates, and your pages have given us some things to add to our own, so thank you! :) Just wondering where you got the clip art for the flip-flops, flower, shell and fish?
          Enjoying marital bliss since July 1st, 2010

          #5 nsbride2010

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            Posted 29 August 2009 - 07:26 PM

            Oh yeah and where can I find the jacket template? I downloaded one from Aylee Bits too but I like yours better... haha
            Enjoying marital bliss since July 1st, 2010

            #6 finzup

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              Posted 29 August 2009 - 07:48 PM

              Quote:
              Originally Posted by nsbride2010
              Hey! We are also using the boarding pass save the dates, and your pages have given us some things to add to our own, so thank you! :) Just wondering where you got the clip art for the flip-flops, flower, shell and fish?
              Hi, thank you!

              Those are just characters from the Tropicana BV font (available free on dafont.com)


              the ticket jacket template I used is attached to orig post...
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              -Katie
              Have you met Alice?
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              #7 vlynnw

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                Posted 29 August 2009 - 07:48 PM

                I love them!! Great job they are beautiful.
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                #8 nsbride2010

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                  Posted 29 August 2009 - 08:04 PM

                  Thanks so much! :)
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                  #9 cruisebride0410

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                    Posted 29 August 2009 - 08:04 PM

                    Awesome job on the Save The Dates! I love the colors you picked - they really pop. The cutting is time consuming, but the final product is definitely worth it!

                    #10 Lashawn

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                      Posted 29 August 2009 - 08:14 PM

                      great job!




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