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V's Boarding Pass STD's Are Finally Done!!!!!!!!- Pic Heavy - See Post #23

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Hello ladies,

 

I tried adding these to the DIY forum in hopes for tons of critique.  So far only two posts.

 

I am adding it to this forum to see if i have better luck.

 

I am really nervous that they look juvenil.  I want to send these out in the next couple of weeks so I turn to the lovely ladies of the forum for help!

 

Please tell me what you thing.

 

BTW- the boarding passes are out of order.

 

THANK YOU

 

Virginia

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I like the blue as the primary color over the orange...the orange is over powering when you use it as the primary. So my preference is the last one...looks fantastic though! I really like how you have the date on the right with your pattern...very pretty and nothing Juvenile about the design

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Yes, I purchased the cardstock from paperandmore.com.  I also bought gold cardstock for the jaket; both pearlscent
 

Originally Posted by Brandy View Post

I think they look great! Are you going to print them on a white shimmer cardstock?



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Thanks I never even considered that!  I actually have to make some with a different first name for my FI (dont ask,long story) and I will change the colors so that i have two blue passes and one orange one.

 

Thanks for the feedback!

 

Originally Posted by Janet1480 View Post

I like the blue as the primary color over the orange...the orange is over powering when you use it as the primary. So my preference is the last one...looks fantastic though! I really like how you have the date on the right with your pattern...very pretty and nothing Juvenile about the design



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No problem....I know when i am looking for opinions I like to get detailed comments and go from there...helps to see things from other peoples eyes :)

 

dont forget to share the final product here when you are done :)
 

Originally Posted by vcwedding2011 View Post

Thanks I never even considered that!  I actually have to make some with a different first name for my FI (dont ask,long story) and I will change the colors so that i have two blue passes and one orange one.

 

Thanks for the feedback!

 


 


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