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The wedding was a success — it was a huge whirlwind and we both wish that we had more time to spend with all the wonderful people there.

But, now that I’m back home, I thought I would follow up on my “how-tos.”

Here is our wedding invitation:

This was pretty simple to do!

Supplies – I purchased brown kraft card stock from Paper and More and had them custom cut the paper to 4 1/2 x 6 3/4 so it would fit nicely in the fabric pockets, a black Color Box inkpad from Papersource, and of course the stamp from Antiquaria.

After I had all of the supplies I sat aside a couple of nights after work to stamp! I liked stamping with slower drying ink because the color was more vibrant than when I tried stamping with a fast drying ink. Because I picked the slower drying ink, we ended up using every shelf, table, and flat surface as a drying area for the invitations. It looked a little something like this…

If you’re wondering about the kraft tags, I found them on KatsPaperTrail’s shop on etsy and I used the same ink as I did for the invitations using another stamp from Antiquaria.

So there you have it — super easy wedding invitations! Now when can I start planning another wedding?

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