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Today’s DIY is super fun and is made entirely with materials from our paper shop and DIY section. I love how this turned out and it would be such a great surprise to receive in the mail!
I chose the pebble A7 cards, pebble letter size paper, banana split 4 bar envelopes and yellow hemp cording.
Click here to download the free
Tying the Knot Printable Card and Tying the Knot Printable Liner
Just tooo cute!
How do you work the envelope liner?
We have a die that cuts out the shape of our envelopes for us. But, depending on what kind of envelope you are using (square or pointed flap) Cut out the liner to be about 1 inch smaller than your envelope when it is open. Then to adhere it to the inside of your envelope you just need double sided tape or a glue stick, one strip about the fold and one strip below. Put the tape or glue on the envelope and then slide the liner in and press it down with your hands. And you should be good to go! Thanks for using our template!
One last questions for you….what’s the name of the font that “are tying the knot” is in? We’re making these this weekend hopefully. Super excited!
The font is called Bergamot. Send us pictures of your finished product! We would love to see how they turn out!
I certainly will! Thank you!
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Thank you for the fabulous idea! I will be using these for my engagement invitations! x
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