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How To Make ….. Rustic Invitations With Lavender and Twine Bow

Wedding Invitation with lavender. Rustic style invite for summer garden wedding. DIY wedding ideas from Imagine DIY

Make Your Own Rustic Laser Cut Invitations with Lavender and Twine Bow

This DIY invitation captures the essence of Spring and Summer Weddings.
The lavender printed border works perfectly with the laser cut outer and twine bow to create a really rustic feeling invitation.
This is one of our easiest invitations to make. The hardest thing is mastering the bow (but it’s well worth the effort).

Why not give it a go?

For Each Invitation You Will Need:

1 x Doily Laser Cut Invitation in Matt Off White
1 x Insert
2.25 Metre of Dusty Olive Hemp Cord (1 roll will make appx. 10 invitations)

Also:
Envelope
Scissors

…..if you would like us to print the inserts for you, CLICK HERE  
(for each invitation you will need to select 1 x Printed Invitation

If you’re not big on reading instructions, we’ve put together a video to show you how it’s done. (just press play)……

You’ll also need to download this template…..

INVITATION TEMPLATE

We used the following font:
Winter Calligraphy and Century Gothic

So Here Are The Instructions……

DIY wedding invitation with lavender and bow. How to make your own rustic wedding invitations. Design guide and tutorial

Instructions

  • Download the following template:
    INVITATION TEMPLATE
    Type your wording in the spaces provided. Make sure you check that the spelling, grammar and layout are all correct. You will also need to check that the times, dates and locations are all included.
    We used the following fonts….Winter Calligraphy and Century Gothic.
  • Print the wording onto your invitation panel.
  • Place your printed invitation panel inside the laser cut outer.
  • Measure a length of twine appx. 75cm long (5 times the width of the invitation). At 75cm, fold it over and double the the length until you have 2 sections measuring 75cm each. Fold it over again and add another length so that you now have 3 lengths of roughly equal size.
  • Holding the 3 lengths together, find the middle and feed it over to the back of the laser cut invitation. Slide down the card so that they twine sits roughly in the middle.
  • Feed the 2 loose ends of twine in towards the centre of the invitation and tie a knot in the centre. Place your finger in the centre of the knot and tie a second knot over the top.
  • With the loose ends, tie a neat bow, teasing into place until you are happy with the size and look. (watch our video if you are struggling to do this). Use a scissors to cut off any excess twine.
  • At each side of the card, carefully separate the lengths of string and spread it apart.

……and you’ve finished! Awesome!!!!

Easy DIY wedding invitations with lavender and rustic bow. How to make your own wedding invites.
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