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#61 Bpink62581

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    Posted 20 May 2010 - 12:03 PM

    Thanks again Sara for sharing your templates with all of us! This was a HUGE timesaver for me and I can't say enough great things about your design! It was exactly what I was looking for! YAY! Getting ready to post pics in a new thread :) Thanks again for your help!

    Brooke

    #62 teruotor

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      Posted 20 May 2010 - 03:38 PM

      I was successfull in editing the Indesign file and the STDs look amazing! Thank you so much Sara! When I joined the forum, I was torn between magnet STDs and bording pass STDs, but this is a combination of both ideas. I will post the final design once I create some envelopes and print them on the magnet sheets! I am so excited I cant wait to print them out :)

      #63 skadow

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        Posted 20 May 2010 - 05:45 PM

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        Originally Posted by teruotor
        I was successfull in editing the Indesign file and the STDs look amazing! Thank you so much Sara! When I joined the forum, I was torn between magnet STDs and bording pass STDs, but this is a combination of both ideas. I will post the final design once I create some envelopes and print them on the magnet sheets! I am so excited I cant wait to print them out :)
        That is sooo awsome. I am really happy that someone else could use the template I designed. It was kinda a pain because I hate numbers and measuring. So it should only be done once =) Not mult times by multi people. Do you own Indesign? Use it prior? Let me know if you need help with generating printer files.

        Just a note. If you use the magnet sheets, It helps to cut them on a paper cutter. My FI tried to use a Xecto (sp) Knife..and non of them pass quality control (Meaning...I made him due them over / wouldnt send them lol ) They cuts were not even.

        #64 skadow

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          Posted 20 May 2010 - 05:46 PM

          Quote:
          Originally Posted by Bpink62581
          Thanks again Sara for sharing your templates with all of us! This was a HUGE timesaver for me and I can't say enough great things about your design! It was exactly what I was looking for! YAY! Getting ready to post pics in a new thread :) Thanks again for your help!

          Brooke
          I am just elated it was useful! Work Smarter not Harder is my motto <3

          #65 skadow

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            Posted 20 May 2010 - 05:56 PM

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            Originally Posted by teruotor
            Thank you so much for posting the template. I love your design!!! How did you assemble the envelope?
            The envelope...Hmm how to explain.

            The Indesign Template is two pages. They are to be printed on 1 sheet of paper. Front to Back.

            There are dotted guide lines that represent fold lines and cut lines. ( The Green Guide Lines Do not Print, They are used for measurements)
            1. 1. You cut the VERTICAL guide line (Seen on Page 1 ) until you reach the Diagonal Solid Line. Once you reach the Diagonal line Stop.
            2. 2. You Cut the Diagonal Solid Line and it will create a .25in tab for you.
            3. 3. You then fold the HORIZONTAL Dotted Lines AND the tab...Then Glue the Tab under the section above it.

            Hope that helps.. Let me know if it doesn't. Maybe I can make a tutorial or something

            #66 magirl

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              Posted 24 September 2010 - 05:29 AM

              I love this idea but dont have indesign :(



              #67 mistibuard

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                Posted 24 September 2010 - 03:05 PM

                Sara, you already know how I feel about your boarding pass STD! You truly did an amazing job!


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                #68 tookute69

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                  Posted 12 October 2010 - 10:24 AM

                  I love it.... What a great idea!!!


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                  #69 Islandgirl910

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                    Posted 20 October 2010 - 09:05 AM


                    Great site and good job with your boarding passes Sara! Every time someone does something wedding affiliated I get so excited & look forward to mine!
                     

                    Originally Posted by skadow 

                    Click the image to open in full size.

                    Finnally Figuered out how to post pics

                    I could probably do these for other people if they didnt mind using something similar to the template I already created in regards to size. I believe its 3.5 x 8 inches for the magenet. If they wanted something custom it would take more time. The envolope is about 8.5 x 11 with maybe 4 folds. It is printed double sided.

                    When I first started my STD's I wasnt able to find boarding passes that where also full magnets. So I decide to make my own. I have designed a lot of stuff from tradeshows and other promo pieces so it wasnt very difficult. I contacted a bunch of STD vendars and magnet manufactors and no one would do them because I wanted a small size run. I printed 50. The magnet sheets came really handy and were very easy to cut.

                    I will try to post better pictures tonight. The camera didnt really focus the text at all.




                    #70 EricaMarie

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                      Posted 21 October 2010 - 12:52 PM

                      These look great!  Did you not cut the magnet to be the same same corners like the boarding pass?  Would you mind sharing how much it costed for magnet sheets?






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