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invitation stock

Posted by abergen (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 5, 02 at 10:07

I am looking for blank invitations to send through the printer. The invitations would be for an anniversary party. Ideally, I'd like invitations to have a border. Where have you found nice stock at a reasonable price? I've already checked Office Max, Office Depot, and Staples without finding what I want.


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RE: invitation stock

JoAnn ETC carries the sets to print your own. They even have sets with vellum overlay and the ribbons to weave the two pieces together, with envelopes. I think I have even seen these sets at WalMart.

A thought: Why buy pre cut? Just buy cardstock from an office store in your color choice. Print your own invitations in any size you want, 2 up, or 4 up; folded or not. Print your own border or make it. I like to emboss with stencils. You can buy a stenciling tool very cheap at a craft store. Make your own frame from heavy stock (or buy one - should be rather inexpensive). Emboss the border around the invitation after you've printed the wording.

If none of this helps or makes sense, e-mail me. I never buy invitations, and have made many invitations for weddings. I'm sure that together, we can think of something inexpensive, but very nice.


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