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#21 newflores

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    Posted 15 December 2009 - 06:23 PM

    Hi Finzup,

    I'm really really really computer illiterate, and i really really like your design... even after i downloaded the template and the boarding pass ticket jacket template, i have no idea how you can turn it into what yours look like

    Is it possible that you email me your finished design?? you can delete the info on it of course, it would really help me out a lot if you could send me your design because i honestly have no idea how to go about doing this.

    Please email me at andrya.wong@gmail.com

    Thanks very much!!!

    #22 SouthernSweetie

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      Posted 16 December 2009 - 08:33 PM

      These are super! I especially love the ribbon. Thanks SO much for the cost breakdown, that helps a ton. Congrats, job well done!

      #23 latina77

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        Posted 22 December 2009 - 02:15 AM

        Originally Posted by finzup
        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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        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

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

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

        Logo - Aylee Bits
        1 Logo - $2.00

        .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!!

        you did a beautiful job on your invitations! What program did you use to put it all together on the computer? Corel? I'm really interested in doing something like this but not computer savvy although MOH is!

        I hope to hear from you!

        #24 becks1581

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          Posted 22 December 2009 - 01:38 PM

          They look great and thanks for posting all of the tools needed to complete the project. We plan to do something similar for our own save the dates. I really like including the small vistaprint magnet as well. Terrific job!

          #25 doblauvelt

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            Posted 22 December 2009 - 01:43 PM

            how cute! you did such a nice job.

            #26 melissat617

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              Posted 23 September 2010 - 09:25 AM

              These look wonderful. I tried to do this following your instructions. How did you get the clip art to be colored and how did you write the text sideways. Any thoughts would be great. Thanks

              #27 deesanders33

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                Posted 25 April 2011 - 01:10 PM

                Thanks for all the pics and info! I am starting to design mine now and this is VERY helpful!

                #28 kris9685

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                  Posted 26 April 2011 - 07:02 AM

                  These look great!

                  #29 STAC8228

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                    Posted 05 June 2011 - 09:35 AM

                    super cute, love them, you did such a great job.

                    #30 DramaticAnnie

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                      Posted 05 June 2011 - 05:36 PM

                      Oh wow! I have never seen a DIY project where I loved ALL of the colors in the project but I really really really like this one. I wonder if it's too late to convince my FI to have a bit of purple in there along with our turquoise, aqua, greens, and black and white, lol...


                      I know this is an older project but really fab, great job with it, love it, i'm sure your guests were wowed by it! That's what I want, to send my guests something that will make them excited (well, even more excited) about the trip! :D

                      ~Married aboard the cruise ship the 'Carnival Dream'~
                      ~Carnival Dream Wedding April 28th, 2012, then set sail on a 7 night Caribbean Cruise April 28th-May 5th, 2012~

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