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How to Make…Rustic Kraft and Lace Wedding Invitations

make Rustic Kraft and Lace Wedding Invitations

How to Make…Rustic Kraft and Lace Wedding Invitations

When our new Seine Lace Arrived in stock, we couldn’t wait to play around with it. We soon realised that the lace was so beautiful, it really doesn’t need very much added to it to make it look amazing. Within a few minutes, we put together this gorgeous design of Rustic Kraft and Lace Wedding Invitations that took our breath away. It’s easy to replicate so why not give it a go?

Rustic Lace Wrap DIY Wedding Invitations

 

Here’s How We Made It:

make rustic kraft wedding invitation with lace

INVITATION

Here’s What You’ll Need:

Floral Lace Kraft Paper ½ sheet of Floral Lace Kraft Paper BUY
Kraft Card. A4 Kraft Card. DIY wedding stationery card making and crafts 2/3 sheet of Kraft Card BUY
Seine Lace is a very wide lace for decorating diy wedding invitations, stationery, cakes etc 29cm of Seine Lace BUY
Roll of hemp string. Jute cord. 1mm width jute string. DIY wedding stationery supplies appx 2 1/2 meters of 1mm Natural Jute Cord BUY
rose key bronze. Small decorative key with flower details. DIY wedding stationery, card making and paper craft supplues 1 Rose Key BUY

 

 

You Might Also Need:

Crop-A-Dile Eyelet and Snap Punch. crop a dile eyelet setter and hole punch. Crop -a-dile by we r memory keepers. 1 x hole punch (e.g. crop a dile) BUY
Tools_270x250 Paper Trimmer BUY
Useful_270x250 Double Sided Tape BUY
Useful_270x250 Glue Gun BUY

 

You will also  need Scissors

 

Instructions:

  1. Print your invitation wording on to Kraft Card and Cut down to size.   The finished size should be 13cm wide x 18cm high.
  2. Starting at the front of the card, wrap each end of the lace around to the back of the card. When the ends meet, use high tack double sided tape to stick the overlapping ends of the lace together. Make sure that you do not stick the lace to the card.
  3. Print your front tag on to Kraft Card and cut to size. The finished size should be appx. 4cm high x 6.5cm wide. Make sure that you set the wording to the right, leaving a larger gap on the left. You will also need to make sure you leave enough room for the key.
  4. Then use a scissors to cut the left side of your tag in to an even point.
  5. Take your hole punch to make a hole on the point of the tag.
  6. Use your glue gun to carefully stick your rose key in to place on the tag.
  7. Cut of 6 lengths of jute cord appx. 50cm long. Line them up so that the ends meet. Starting at the back, wrap them around to the front of your card.
  8. Thread one side of the cords through the hole in the tag.
  9. Tie a knot and then a tight bow.
  10. Cut off any loose edges.

make rustic kraft wedding invitation with lace

RSVP

 

Here’s What You’ll Need:

kraft_rsvp_envelope 1 x Kraft RSVP envelope BUY
Kraft Card. A4 Kraft Card. DIY wedding stationery card making and crafts ¼ sheet of Kraft Card BUY

 

You Might Also Need:

Tools_270x250 Paper Trimmer BUY

Instructions:

  1. Print your RSVP wording on to A4 Kraft Card and cut down to size. The finished size should be 9cm high x 11.5cm wide. You should be able to fit 4 RSVP cards on to each sheet of A4 if you print in a landscape format.
  2. Place against the envelope and slot in to place underneath the lace, on top of the invitation.

 

make rustic kraft wedding invitation with lace

Lined Envelope

 

Here’s What You’ll Need:

diy floral laser cut wedding invitation. Elegant diy wedding stationery supplies. 1 x envelope for Darcy Laser Cut Invitation BUY

Floral Lace Kraft Paper
Floral Lace Kraft Paper
½ sheet of Floral Lace Kraft Paper BUY

 

 

You Might Also Need:

Useful_270x250 Tape Runner BUY

You will also need a Scissors and a Pencil

Instructions:

 

This is a little tricky, but when you get it right, it’s amazing!

  1. Cut your sheet of Floral Lace Paper in Kraft in half. Open up your envelope and place it on to pf the paper so that the point of the envelope matches the top of the paper. Take a pencil and draw around the outline of your envelope.
  2. Take a scissors and cut around the outline you have just drawn. The tricky part is that you need to cut about 0.5cm in from the line you have drawn. This will ensure that your liner is smaller than your envelope and will fit neatly inside.
  3. When you have finished cutting and you have a piece of floral lace paper that is slightly smaller than the top part of your envelope, slot the paper inside the envelope with the pattern facing you. Once you have the paper in the right position, use your tape runner to stick it in to place.

 

See our video to help:

make rustic kraft wedding invitation with lace