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Friday, June 4, 2010

Baby Shower Invites - Phase 1 Completed


Hello faithful readers!

First, thanks for your suggestions for quick make cards - if I tire of doing the onesies, I may very well switch to your suggestions. They would also work very nicely for thank you cards - as I think my sis SHOULD send thank you cards to everyone who does come out for the baby shower.

Anyways - believe it or not - phase 1 of the "Sheena's Crazy Baby Shower Invitation Project" (or SCBSIP) is complete - after only about 3 or 4 hours of work.

The 12x12 coloured cardstock (yellow and pink) have been cut down to 8.5x11 and, along with regular white cardstock, printed with the shower details (for two invites - you can't see the printed side in the photo) and then cut in half to produce the bases for the invites (4.25x11). That stack of paper is about 3 inches thick -- 300 card bases.

Now for phase 2 - scoring them at the midpoint for the tent-fold.

ETA: To answer Peggy's question, I didn't score the paper before cutting 'cause I'm a goober! Doh! That would have been much smarter now wouldn't it? Since they have to be scored three times - once for the centre and then again on both ends for the foldie up bit. Triple Doh!

I PVRed "Bladerunner" earlier this week so I'm thinking that when Newton wakes me up for his pre-dawn feeding, I will probably get up, turn on the movie and score the card bases. Maybe THIS time I will actually see the movie from start to finish. For some reason, I always seem to fall asleep whenever I try to watch this movie.

Anyways, hope you all have a great weekend! I have a crafty play date with Tanya on Sunday and I'm planning on using that time to work on my Father's day cards and some kindergarten graduation cards for our nieces.


PaperWorks Co. said...

emmmm i hate to be the one asking...

why didnt you score the 8.5 paper first and then cut, then you would only need to score it 150 times...

Cristina said...

Wow, I cannot imagine myself doing so many cards! Kudos to you!