Posts Tagged ‘thank you cards’
…With The World’s Smallest Postal Service!
Email schmemail – what could be better than a tiny love note?
(Photo credits: Leafcutter Designs)
Write one to your soon-to-be or consider giving these as unique wedding invitations, favors or thank you cards to guests! I mean really, who wouldn’t love to receive one of these darling treasures?
“Here’s how it works: You write a letter and it is transcribed onto tiny stationary with a magical transcription device. The letter then goes into a see-through folded coin case and is packaged up with a magnifying glass in a larger glassine envelope, finished off with a wax seal. It is put in a sturdy mailer for shipping.” – Leafcutter Designs
…One Very Crafty Way To Ask Your Girls To Stand Up!
Last week, on the Wishpot.com Wedding blog, I guest blogged about these fun little DIY treasures. Brides, if you’re looking for a creative way to ask, “Will you be my bridesmaid?”, why not make each of them a flower pop up card…handmade with love by you?
You could create cards using paper in your wedding colors in patterns of your wedding flowers! Or, get personal and view other patterns that might remind you of each of your friends. You’ll have plenty of options to choose from…
If you’re feeling really crafty and have the extra time and patience, you could also totally use these as thank you cards. What a sweet way to show your guests how special they are and that you truly do appreciate everything! According to the site, they’re very easy to make.
Visit Easy Cut Pop Up to view more from their wide selection, get your free pattern download or purchase any of their extremely affordable patterns! Happy crafting!
…It’s What A Girl Wants!
I’ve come across these delightfully pretty note cards by newly discovered designer Inslee today and couldn’t resist sharing them with you. If you’re stuck on ideas for your bridesmaids gifts, check out her fabulously stylish collection!
For many of the designs, you can choose from personalized, flat or folded. Wouldn’t these also make for adorable bridal shower invites or thank you cards? Take a look at just a few of my absolute favorites…
“Stand by Me”
Her gorgeous 2009 Calendar would also make a wonderful gift!
Though designer Inslee recently graduated just last year after majoring in studio art and art history, she has been drawing ever since she was a little girl. After she graduated, her sketches really took off and became a hit!
“I began sketching ballerinas and brides which eventually led to my love of sketching all things fashionable and elegant. My sketching moves as quickly as the ever-changing styles of the moment in my attempts to capture the glamour and beauty of couture.” – Inslee
Support this talented new designer, check out the rest of her work and get shopping by clicking HERE. Cheers!
(Thanks to Pret-A-Party for sharing this with me!)