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Aqua/Lime Pocketfold DIY Invites - Mailing Tomorrow *Pics*

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Thanks so much, everyone, for your encouragement. Just got my first phone call from a guest who got it today and almost had me in tears with her delight!


Cost-wise, the breakdown is:

Pocketfold: $2.14 per

Outer Envelope: $0.32 per

RSVP Envelope: $0.15 per

Lime Cardstock: $0.30 per sheet - 2 sheets per invite

White Cardstock: $0.06 per sheet - 2 sheets per invite


Which comes to $3.33 per invite (spooky, 3 is my favorite number) TECHNICALLY.


I did use a lot more white cardstock because I over-printed BIG TIME in case of assembly issues. And I didn't include any shipping for things because I had ordered extra stuff for doing thank you cards as well. And, finally, I did also order and use (and highly recommend) a "Jigster" from envelopments.com for $70.00. But it was worth every penny in keeping my sanity intact. It's a guide to help line up the paper when your gluing together different sizes.

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Very nice! Your colours look amazing together, really gorgeous combination. They came out really well- you must be pretty excited to send them out. Congrats!

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These are so great! I have the same colors and am *attempting* DIY invites as well. That envelopments.com website is awesome! I definitely need my own jigster. I didn't even know something like that existed!

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