Making Gatefolded Wedding Invitations

How do you make single gatefold cards for wedding invitations?

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August 3, 20070 found this helpful

http://www.creativepapercrafts.net/pattern/200503.php

I found this pattern for you there are lots of weeding stamps and stickers that I found at a dollar tree that you could use on the cover. Also wedding confetti and keepsakes you'll be amazed.

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August 27, 20070 found this helpful

More ideas for making wedding invitations: http://www.cheap-wedding-success.co ... ke-your-own-wedding-invitations.html

Get out your ribbon, glitter pens and coloured pencils because making your own wedding invitations is easy!

Good luck with your gatefolds.

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March 22, 20130 found this helpful

I try to keep things simple. I create a 4"x6" flat card invitation; get wedding coordinating color 12"x12" card stock or scrap book paper, cut it in half & then each half into 8" long strip; measure in from each end 4" & fold (or center the flat card on the 6"x8" strip and fold in the sides) so they meet in the middle to create your gate.

Once you have your folds glue or double stick tape flat card into position in your folder; wrap ribbon around card and tie in front (ribbon can be secured in back w/dbl stick tape or glue). Alternative closures: Coordinating sticker; punch hole in 1/4" from edge of paper in the center, insert ribbon & tie; or cut folder paper 1/2" to 1" longer (9"-10") so they overlap and use self-adhesive velcro dots. Any other imbellishments is up to you.

Hope I didn't forget anything.

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