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Posts from — July 2008

Dings: DBQ Menu

You can get this nifty ding for your menu cards by simply typing the letter “A.” Cool eh? DBQ Menu Ding (free!) from the Dingbat Depot.

July 22, 2008   No Comments

Carlene’s Save-the-Dates

Ever heard of the NaniBird? I came across these cuties while Flickr’ing one night. They have plenty of designs from various artists all over. Just download (for free!), print, cut, and enjoy!

What’s that? You want a wedding NaniBird too? Here’s Carlene’s mashup version for her save-the-date.

I think they’d also be fun for table numbers if you have a modern/bird/origami themed wedding. You can download Carlene’s li’l one here.

And if you have time, have a look at Carlene’s sleek little website. Her DIY desktop wallpaper STDs are just totally rad. Yes, I’m not even a guest but I’ve downloaded it, hehe.

Here’s my absolute fave. Clever and fun!

See the rest of them here.

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July 21, 2008   No Comments

Blueprint’s Downloadable Wrapping Paper

Beautifully patterned wrapping paper in PDF format free for download here. You can easily print it from your computer and make your own wrapping. Thanks Martha!

July 20, 2008   1 Comment

Dings: Ornamental Frames

In classic, vintage-y goodness for your monograms, etc. Get them here.

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July 19, 2008   2 Comments

Fortune Cookie Place Card

From Martha Stewart — a fun and easy DIY for an Oriental / Asian-themed wedding.

  1. Print messages or romantic quotations centered onto 8 1/2-by-11-inch card stock, oriented horizontally. Cut into 1/2-inch-wide strips. Turn strips over, and calligraph first and last names 1 inch from each end. Notch ends.
  2. To make the “cookie,” cut patterned paper into a circle 5 1/2 inches in diameter (if you like, make a cardboard template using a compass). Roll circle into a loose tube. Overlap ends about 1/2 inch and secure with doublesided tape. Hold the tube so that the top flap is pointing down and facing away from you. Slip a fortune into the tube with the name toward you. Fold the tube inward and secure with double-sided tape.

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July 18, 2008   1 Comment