Create a Stunning Handmade Wedding Invitation
We recently caught up with Pink Frog Designs who have kindly shared with us a straight-forward 7-step tutorial on how to create a beautiful handmade wedding invitation.
About Pink Frog Crafts
A family-owned craft company specializing in a wide range of cutting dies.
Pink Frog Crafts include their own brand cutting dies: Britannia Dies, Joanna Sheen Signature Dies, Crafter’s Companion Products, and many more! Pink Frog Crafts have a beautiful range of co-ordinating pearlised card, paper & envelopes perfect for wedding stationary.
The great thing about using dies and stamps to make a handmade wedding invitation is that you can match the colour to your theme and they’re easy to batch make.
Distress Oxides – bundled sage and iced spruce
Silver Mirri Card
Score card at 14cm from each end.
Cut from the score line to the corner on the outer panel. Add tape to the bottom of this panel and adhere to make a pocket.
To decorate the front of the invitation, cut a 12cm x 13cm panel from Super Smooth card. Using the large leaf stamp from the flowers and verses set, stamp from the centre of the card using bundled sage. Mat and layer onto silver mirri card, 12.5cm x 13.5cm and attach to the front of the card.
Die cut square and scalloped square. Ink scalloped square with iced spruce and stamp small leaf on square. Ink a small strip of Super Smooth with bundled sage, place Quick Stick on the reverse and die cut the word invitation. Attach word to centre of square.
Layer scalloped square and square on the front of the invitation with foam pads.
To finish the card, trim 2cm of each side of the triangle saved from your first cut. Stamp leaves to add detail and mat and layer onto silver Mirri and adhere to the inside pocket.
Print invitation details on Super Smooth paper. Stamp leaves to add detail and mat and layer onto silver mirri. Insert into pocket.