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#1 bahamasbound

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    Posted 01 June 2012 - 08:12 AM

    Thanks to you girls I was able to save myself some money and got the cute idea for boarding pass STD's. I sent them to get printed and I bought the corner punch to round the edges. My question is how the heck do you get the triangular cut on the left hand side to make it look like a real boarding pass??? I've searched the threads and saw some of you used scissors? Is that the only way??

     

    Also, do you think it's necessary? I'm debating just rounding the corners and sending them off to save time. My wedding is 11/11/12....running out of time!!!



    #2 ChocoTaco7568

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      Posted 01 June 2012 - 08:32 AM

      Yes, scissors are the only way, there is no punch for this unfortunately. Just make sure you have a good pair of scissors so so the rounding is smooth and easy.  Honestly, it doesn't take much time and I think it's worth the effort, then again, I only made 21 invites.  Good luck, and I hope you post your labor of love when it's complete.



      #3 acireta

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        Posted 01 June 2012 - 10:01 AM

        I opted not to do the little inside cuts, just the corner rounding. I had to make 100 invites and it wasn't worth it with my OCD.

         

        I think some girls use manicure scissors?


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        #4 bahamasbound

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          Posted 05 June 2012 - 04:30 PM

          Originally Posted by acireta 

          I opted not to do the little inside cuts, just the corner rounding. I had to make 100 invites and it wasn't worth it with my OCD.

           

          I think some girls use manicure scissors?

          Thanks! I decided against the little cuts. I figured if my guests have never seen the boarding passes before they would never know it was missing!!






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