Brunch Party Belted Sleeve Invitation
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Brunch Party Belted Sleeve Invitation

Add your own creative flair to a sunny Sunday brunch party by creating invites and coordinating elements yourself from place cards to menus to a live centerpiece of fragrant herbs in hand-decorated pots. Click here for other Brunch Party Ideas. Designed by Debbie Coe

Craft Time: varies
Uses Recycled Items: No
 
 
 
 
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Material List

  • Wild Asparagus/My Minds Eye Paper
  • Scallop-edge Scissors
  • Invite fonts printed in Microsoft Word - Palladium and Script MT Bold
  • Plaid® Anna Griffin® Foam Mount Alphabet Stamps, Embellished Victorian
  • Black Dye Ink
  • Scrapbook Walls/Chatterbox Small Beach House Blocks
  • Scrapbook Walls/Chatterbox Olive Vacation Floral Paper
  • All Night Media® Pop Dots™
  • Circle Punch
  • Cosmetic Sponge
 

Project Instructions

Step: 1

Print invitation on solid green side of Wild Asparagus paper using desired fonts (we used Palladium and Script MT Bold). With scallop-edged scissors, cut to approximately 4 ¼ -inch x 5 5/8-inch.


Step: 2

Trim 9-inch x 6-inch piece of Small Beach House Blocks paper. Lay paper pattern side down and fold 2 ¼ -inch flap on each side so the edges meet in the middle (final folded size should measure 4 ½ -inch x 6-inch). Fold four corners over as shown.


Step: 3

Using black dye ink and Embellished Victorian stamps, stamp monogram onto same green paper used for invitations and cut into a 1 ¼ -inch circle. (Tip: A circle punch is the best way to achieve a perfect circle every time.)


Step: 4

Ink edges of monogrammed circle using black dye ink and a cosmetic sponge.


Step: 5

Trim a 9-inch x 1 ¼ -inch strip Olive Vacation Floral paper and ink edges of solid green side using black dye ink and a cosmetic sponge. Wrap strip around center of invitation sleeve so ends meet in the front. Crease folds neatly and secure in center with Pop Dot™; top with monogrammed circle.


Tips

Refer to photo to complete project.

Follow manufacturer's directions for all products used.