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    Hi, just wondered what people thought of my DIY invites?

    Invite 1 is a cheque book style and Invite 2 is a pocketfold.

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    Invite 1 inside

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    Invite 2 - Front

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    Invite 2 - Inside

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    i think they are brilliant chick well done xx

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    thanks niki - i am now struggling with which one do i actually use!!

    just realised i've not posted a pic of the front of the cheque book invite!!

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    I think the cheque-book style one is lovely

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    I like the pocket fold - invite 2. It gets my vote.


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    They're both lovely but I think I like the cheque book style one best! x

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    Hey ladies, thanks for the input. I think i like the cheque book ones slightly better (and they are easy to make & i can fit all my info in them) but i've spent a small fortune on the blank pocketfolds so don't want to waste them either - i think i'm going to have to make H2B decide (the only thing he'll have made a decision on so far!!!) xx

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    I havent came across many cheque book style invites, so like that its a bit different!

    Well done though - impressed with both x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tulloola View Post
    I havent came across many cheque book style invites, so like that its a bit different!

    Well done though - impressed with both x
    Thank you - i'm the same never seen them in any wedding stationery shops just came accross them online and they are so easy to do and look really good xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tulloola View Post
    I havent came across many cheque book style invites, so like that its a bit different!

    Well done though - impressed with both x
    I agree, they are both lovely but I prefer the chequebook style ones as they are a bit different
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    i like the cheque-book one too.... but they are both lovely and cant believe they're homemade! :O

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrs breslin to be View Post
    i like the cheque-book one too.... but they are both lovely and cant believe they're homemade! :O

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    Thanks - you wouldn't beleive how easy they are to do (save a fortune) xx

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    Hi
    These both look great. Where did you get the things from? Was the card pre-cut or did you have to cut it yourself x

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    Both are lovely i am hoping to do mine but its the printing that's worrying me xx
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    Both look great, but i like the cheque book style best. So wish i could make my own but having doubts about doing it in case i wreck them x
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    Hi all, i bought all of the stuff from ebay, they are so easy to make (the cheque book style ones) you wouldn't believe. All you need is a4 pearlescent card in colour of your choice, hammered paper (for the inserts) a guillotine, co-ordinating coloured card and glue. You can make 3 invites out of every 2 sheets of a4 card and they take minutes to put together. I can send you the inserts on excel if you want just PM me your email address xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by reeceandcerys View Post
    Thanks - you wouldn't beleive how easy they are to do (save a fortune) xx

    EXCELLENT work, Mrs!!! LOOOVE them both, and I was kinda thinking the pocketfold was the way to go, but I like the idea of the chequebook style as it's so unique!! And that way no wee bits of paper are gonna get lost/mislaid, as they're all attached...SUCH a fab idea!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyV View Post
    EXCELLENT work, Mrs!!! LOOOVE them both, and I was kinda thinking the pocketfold was the way to go, but I like the idea of the chequebook style as it's so unique!! And that way no wee bits of paper are gonna get lost/mislaid, as they're all attached...SUCH a fab idea!!!

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    They are so the easiest way to go and the RSVP is perforated so all they have to do is pull out, pop in envelope and post - couldn't be easier - trying to make it as easy as possible and am having a strict no RSVP no entry!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by reeceandcerys View Post
    They are so the easiest way to go and the RSVP is perforated so all they have to do is pull out, pop in envelope and post - couldn't be easier - trying to make it as easy as possible and am having a strict no RSVP no entry!!!
    The Cheque Book Style it is then - thats it made my decision. Anyone looking to buy blank pocketfolds give me a shout!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by reeceandcerys View Post
    They are so the easiest way to go and the RSVP is perforated so all they have to do is pull out, pop in envelope and post - couldn't be easier - trying to make it as easy as possible and am having a strict no RSVP no entry!!!
    Quite right too on the entry policy!!! Lol
    Yeah, I reckon you've made a good call on the invites...!!

    Vx

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    Thanks for your help guys xx

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    Did you buy the cheque books on ebay ready made up or are the pages seperate and you had to put them together?

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