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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!!

 

 

 

 

BoardingPassTicketJacketTemplate.ppt

template-pass.doc

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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?

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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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