Today, I spent time editing the details for the inside of the card. And I loved doing it! You know, whenever I get invitations for any occasion, I almost always spot a typo or a grammatical error. And I hate it (please, double check!!). This hatred in me better push me to make this wedding invite perfect, or else I'm gonna shoot myself down!
I have downloaded a lot of wedding-y fonts for this, but I ended up still using my favorite font. I sent the draft and some pictures to the bride, and she'd have to approve first before I go buy the papers and print. After that, it's all gonna be easy-breezy! :p
|I have a love-hate relationship with our printer. Good thing it cooperated tonight! That's love!|
|Now it looks wedding-y!|
|Please ignore my ugly cutting - amateur crafter and 4-year teacher can't even cut straight along a guide line!|
It's amazing how a paper can make or break a project. And this time, I'd like to believe that the paper made it! I didn't expect the printed output to look so formal and polished. I hope you can see it in actuality, 'cause my camera phone practically ruins how it looks! Yikes!
I still have more time to work tonight, but I don't want to work on the monograms yet. I don't know, I'm quite nervous about it so I don't wanna start working on it. Haha! It has to be perfect and beautiful 'cause it'd be in front. I'm requesting all the powers to be with me as I do those soon. ;)