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Hey everyone, I had been eyeballing luggage tag save-the-dates on Etsy for a while, but I just couldn't get myself to spend the $2 for each one. Considering i would have needed 70, that would've been around $140!! With lots of patience, I came up with my own template, and the results were better than I imagined. The best part about it, all of the supplies (cardstock, rope, magnets, paper slicer, envelopes) cost around $70. 

700

700

 

Steps to DIY:

1.) Download template and input your info

2.) Print the image

3.) Scan that image  (there may be a way around this step, but I couldnt figure out how to copy an paste the entire image in order to print multiple tags per page)

4.) Open image in new document, re-size and copy/paste so that you can print 4 per page

5.) Print the image onto cardstock

6.) Decorate as you like!  (i used rope for a rustic feel,i also glued a tiny magnet onto the back so people can glue it to the fridge)

 

** Feel free to contact me with any questions, good luck!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Awesome! Thank you for his document! Needed this to create our program.

DIY save the date. template.docx

DIY save the date. template.docx

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Great, so glad to help! Let me know if you have any questions :)

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what a great idea, i have been seeing these they are excellent are you able to email me as i cant open the doc? ajjcs@hotmail.com

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Hey everyone, I had been eyeballing luggage tag save-the-dates on Etsy for a while, but I just couldn't get myself to spend the $2 for each one. Considering i would have needed 70, that would've been around $140!! With lots of patience, I came up with my own template, and the results were better than I imagined. The best part about it, all of the supplies (cardstock, rope, magnets, paper slicer, envelopes) cost around $70.  LL LL Steps to DIY: 1.) Download template and input your info 2.) Print the image 3.) Scan that image  (there may be a way around this step, but I couldnt figure out how to copy an paste the entire image in order to print multiple tags per page) 4.) Open image in new document, re-size and copy/paste so that you can print 4 per page 5.) Print the image onto cardstock 6.) Decorate as you like!  (i used rope for a rustic feel,i also glued a tiny magnet onto the back so people can glue it to the fridge) ** Feel free to contact me with any questions, good luck!! [ATTACHMENT=13511]DIY save the date. template.docx (113k. docx file)[/ATTACHMENT] [ATTACHMENT=13512]DIY save the date. template.docx (113k. docx file)[/ATTACHMENT]
Great job...thanks for sharing!

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Hey everyone, I had been eyeballing luggage tag save-the-dates on Etsy for a while, but I just couldn't get myself to spend the $2 for each one. Considering i would have needed 70, that would've been around $140!! With lots of patience, I came up with my own template, and the results were better than I imagined. The best part about it, all of the supplies (cardstock, rope, magnets, paper slicer, envelopes) cost around $70.  LL LL Steps to DIY: 1.) Download template and input your info 2.) Print the image 3.) Scan that image  (there may be a way around this step, but I couldnt figure out how to copy an paste the entire image in order to print multiple tags per page) 4.) Open image in new document, re-size and copy/paste so that you can print 4 per page 5.) Print the image onto cardstock 6.) Decorate as you like!  (i used rope for a rustic feel,i also glued a tiny magnet onto the back so people can glue it to the fridge) ** Feel free to contact me with any questions, good luck!! [ATTACHMENT=13511]DIY save the date. template.docx (113k. docx file)[/ATTACHMENT] [ATTACHMENT=13512]DIY save the date. template.docx (113k. docx file)[/ATTACHMENT]
These are PERFECT is there any way you can email me the template to elmodelesline@yahoo.com I can't download yet :(

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