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An effective way to make economical name cards for your wedding.


Material

  • Lace Paper
  • Overhead Projector Film
  • Heart split pins
  • Paper clips
  • Sharp craft knife
  • Guillotine

Method

  1. Set up your name list at about business card size and print them on the overhead projector paper. It is best if you do lots of names on one sheet. I printed these on a laser printer as it seemed to set better on the clear projector film.
  2. Place the lace paper behind the projector sheet. Use the paper clips to hold the two sheets in alignment.
  3. Using your craft knife pierce the film on both sides of each individual name card to then push the split pin through. If you want them evenly placed you may wish to use a ruler to keep a straight line.
  4. Push the split pins through for each name card and then split them.
  5. Once you have a full sheet of cards with the split pins through use the guillotine to separate them into individual name cards.

Notes

You can also make matching invitation using the same process. There are some really nice lace style papers or you can use metallic or other paper which matches into your theme.




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    • 12 Mar 2014
      3:08 pm

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  • Gorgeous looking cards. Marriage isn’t high on most of my friends/family lists, but will try and remember for any upcoming nuptials I hear of

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  • ahhh that’s an interesting one… will share with my friends getting married.

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  • Wedding can be expensive this will definitely save you money


    • You could use for your guests names too

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  • Anything that saves you money and looks that good is a winner.

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  • How lovely. You have create a beautiful name card.

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  • So beautiful and a great way to save money!

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  • Very pretty and stylish. A great way to save some money.

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  • What a great idea! Thanks for sharing this!

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  • These are very pretty thank you for sharing

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  • Love all the wedding ideas I’m looking for ideas at the moment for my brothers wedding in September

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  • this is such a beautiful idea :)

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  • Oh wow. These look great. Would be perfect for my future sister in laws wedding.

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  • wow this is so simple but beautiful


    • thanks. lovely idea. for sure. thanks for posting this.

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  • These would make a lovely personal touch for a memorable wedding!

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  • A beautiful budget conscious idea!

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