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Erin - That's completely alright. I'd love to see how they turn out :)

 

C&J - The linen was $12 a roll (but I used 40% off gift certs at Michaels, so they were less). I fit 8 per sheet. So let's say after tax about $1.50 a piece for the fabric. The printing was cheap for me because of connections with my job, so I got it all at cost (around .50 per invite). The teal cardstock was $1 a sheet, and I used 2 for each. The white cardstock to build the base, let's say .10 per (I bought huge sheets and made a bunch off of each). Ribon, twine, etc, maybe .50 per invite?

 

In the end I worked it out and I made them for about $5 a piece. But that's with tons of deal hunting :). I do freelance design on the sign and if I made these for anyone I would charge about $10 per invite because of the amount of work involved.

 

Hope that helps.

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I only made 20 so it wasn't that bad :)

That's one of the better parts of a DW, less guests = less invites! haha.

Originally Posted by traceysteve View Post

wowza! that is an intense diy project! they look AMAZING!! how many did you make?



 

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Tris- These look amazing!!!  I bet your guests loved them!

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Holy cow...that's what I call dedication, lol (i guess it's called talent too! : ) Awesome, awesome, awesome invites! Thanks for posting your step by step...very inspiring!

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