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#41 niajs

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    Posted 20 December 2010 - 09:17 AM

    Wow - you are so talented! Can you let us know how you made your bookmarks? I would love to make some for my OOT bags.



    #42 smfs

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      Posted 20 December 2010 - 09:26 AM

      Cant wait to see how your wedding turned out & all the pics!


      *16 confirmed~9/10/11~Nassau, Bahamas*
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      #43 sebitasalejo

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        Posted 20 December 2010 - 07:44 PM

        Oh wow! What an amazing planning thread. Kudos on all the diy work. You are so lucky Gianinar got it right. My dress was a total failure. I absolutely love your BM's dresses, the way you customized your shoes, you are a very creative person. The only thing I did not like was the shells, but that's b/c I don't like shells. Period. Thanks for taking the time to show us.
        [SIGPIC]

        #44 breeze616

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          Posted 22 December 2010 - 09:23 AM



          Originally Posted by niajs 

          Wow - you are so talented! Can you let us know how you made your bookmarks? I would love to make some for my OOT bags.



          I'm a graphic designer so I made the bookmarks using Adobe Illustrator. I also have contacts in the print industry who were happy to print them, laminate them and cut them for me. But really anyone could make them!

           

          You could use Powerpoint or even Word. Just design the bookmarks in text boxes and leave the text box marked out so you know where to cut them out of the regular sized paper. Then you could print them on glossy cardstock, but I recommend having them printed at Office Depot on card stock and laminated there as well. Laminating them makes them look very professional and last longer. Then you (or office depot) can trim them using a paper cutter. I love this paper cutter http://fiskarspapercutter.com/ you can only do one page at a time, but its more accurate than the guillotine-type cutters.

           

          After they are cut out, I used a scrapbooking corner punch to round the corners, this is what I used: http://www.123stitch...?item=01-001448 Then I used a hole punch for the ribbon hole, tied some ribbon through it and voila!

           

          I get all my supplies at craft stores like Michaels.

           

          Happy Planning!



          #45 msucooper

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          Posted 22 December 2010 - 07:10 PM

          Enjoyed your journal and I LOVE all your DIY projects.  Can not wait to see your wedding pics.



          #46 starrysim

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            Posted 24 December 2010 - 09:05 AM

            Absolutely amazing!  I can't believe all the work you put into it.  I guess I'm a bit more selfish - the reason I really want to do a DW is to avoid having to plan and micromanage every detail.  You've done an amazing job here.  Your ring, dress and invites really stood out as my favourites.  Congrats, and can't wait to see the review thread - I'm just a few days away from booking my date at the same resort, I just need to get copies of our ID to send, and with being off work right now it's harder to find "facilites" to do that :)  take care, and Merry Christmas!


            11.16.11 -Iberostar Rose Hall Beach, Montego Bay, Jamaica

            #47 natalie7

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              Posted 26 December 2010 - 10:20 AM

              Thanks so much for letting me know where you got the bottle openers from... I dont think they make those anymore.. unfortunately!! :( They look awesome...

               

              which shell sizes did you buy from that website??? You did an amazing job.... I can't wait for your tutorials...!! and to see some wedding pics!! Post soon!!!

               

              Natalie



              #48 JayKay

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              Posted 26 December 2010 - 11:01 AM

              Wow, I love love love your STDs!!



              #49 natalie7

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                Posted 01 January 2011 - 04:25 PM

                what size seed beads did you use and what type of glue??? Did you get the seed beeds in bulk? Because Michaels only sells little ones!!! I would have buy like 60 of them!!!!!



                #50 JenArge

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                  Posted 01 January 2011 - 05:01 PM

                  Amazing planning thread! So many pics I couldn't stop looking. Thanks for the great ideas and congrats on the big day!






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