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Unicorn with Flower Crown Greeting Card Tutorial

Posted by Sophie on 12th Apr 2019

Unicorn with Flower Crown Greeting Card Tutorial
You will need...For this I actually used very little beyond a Unicorn Mix Pack. The only other equipment used by myself for this was scissors, a glue stick, a pencil, a flower die and a little bit of sketching! If you don't have a flower die or way of die cutting, don't worry, you can still create the card, you'll just need to draw and cut out your flowers. I started with the ears and chose the pink non-shed glitter card for these. I sketch...
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Paper, Card & Envelope Size Guide

Posted by Beth on 1st Mar 2019

Paper, Card & Envelope Size Guide
Card Sheets  The sizes below are sizes offered by us in postcard blanks (single, flat sheets).   mm    cm    inches   A4   210 x297 mm     21 x297 cm     8.3" x11.7" A5   148 x210 mm  ...
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Assembling Pocketfolds - Pocket Placement

Posted by Beth on 21st Feb 2019

Assembling Pocketfolds - Pocket Placement
Pocketfolds are a hugely popular choice for wedding invitations, featuring a small pocket inside a card which can hold RSVPs, additional information sheets, menu choices etc.  With these pocketfolds, the pocket placement is versitile, giving you complete control over the final look of your invite. The pocket can be placed on the left or right hand side, or at the bottom for a vertically opening pocketfold!...
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4 Ways to Use Vellum Paper in Your Wedding Stationery

Posted by Beth on 15th Feb 2019

While traditionally wedding invitations are made from cardstock to give them a thicker, sturdier and more luxury feel, this is the one instance where you might want to consider paper for your invites. Vellum paper is translucent, a quality you won't find in card and gives invitations an ethereal, delicate feel. Despite this, this vellum paper is tissue thin and at 100gsm, won't tear easily and there are numerous ways to incorporate this b...
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