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i am getting married in 86 days…

March 25, 2009

and while the invitations are working themselves out, with a lot of lovely help, i thought i’d show the save the dates i made..

it was a really big project. the designs were scanned in to the computer and then printed onto cardstock from paper source {my favorite store of all time}

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once everything was printed (it took some time to get the printer to accept printing onto A2 and 4bar sized cards) the text card got trimmed and attached to a brown card WHICH was then attached to the foldover.

the text itself was really fun to do,

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as was addressing the envelopes, also from paper source. dscn2570dscn2561despite all the layers, the final cost of these was really not too bad, something like 86¢ each.

i’m sort of sad that the save the dates and invitations are already designed, its a pretty fun process, you can really do anything.. i’m excited to make the programs!

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IN OTHER NEWS: i have begun selling some of my greeting cards and stationary at Ada Books (717 Westminster Street, Providence, RI) ! the line is called BREAD OF MANY / FLESH OF NONE and everything is hand drawn and one of a kind !

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here is the first set from a series of alchemy notecards i made :

this one is called “Genesis in the Retort”

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here’s the second (sorry, really bad scans)

this one’s called “Cosmic Egg”

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{ i’ll post more as i make them / get a chance to scan them }

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7 Comments leave one →
  1. April 29, 2009 1:11 pm

    Just saw your save the dates on iDIY–amazing calligraphy, fantastic job! I absolutely love them.

    • haley permalink*
      April 29, 2009 1:15 pm

      thanks! i’ve read your blog before, it’s great

  2. melissa permalink
    August 12, 2009 3:32 am

    hey!! looove the invites! did you hand draw the calligraphy or buy a font? i loooooove it!!

    • haley permalink*
      August 12, 2009 3:49 pm

      i hand lettered all of it, and thanks!

  3. Nicole permalink
    August 13, 2012 11:49 am

    Please make this calligraphy avalible as a font. Or point me in the right direction as font like this… It is formal but not too fancy like most calligraphy. Love it!

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