Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Yee haw! I love fun mail.



As a companion to the fun, country wedding invite I created for Cassie & Brandon, the couple wanted an equally-fun rehearsal dinner invitation. So, I designed this simple, oversized, boot-shaped postcard.


I had the fronts and backs printed on kraft paper and then I spray glued them to a piece of heavy-duty chipboard. It gave my fingers and wrists a workout to cut the boot shapes with an exacto knife, but there were only 20 so it wasn't too bad. It helped to drink a glass of wine or two. (That rule pretty much applies to all of my projects.)


Oh how I love sending cool, unusual mail pieces. Each postcard will need an extra 45¢ in postage, but they're so worth it. And this one definitely has the fun & flavor of the engaged couple too. They really know how to kick back and have a good time.







2 comments:

A.vincent said...

Do you print invitations for other people or csn you tell me where you got this template...i want this for wedding invitations!!

Project Denneler said...

Unfortunately, this isn't a template. I'm a graphic designer and I created it on my computer. Occasionally I do custom invites for people, if I have the time. (And the price is right.) This particular one was a small quantity -only 20. So I was able to print them myself, mount them on chipboard, and cut them by hand. If it's for a wedding with a larger quantity, I'd have to explore what it would cost to have them screen printed and die cut.

I can always send you an estimate if your interested and it fits into my schedule. Email me at: sdenneler@gmail.com

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