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Inspiring Event Decor With Card Templates

Inspiring Event Decor With Card Templates

Ashley Campbell shows off some brilliant uses for our Fun & Flirty card collection. She writes, "I used the Fun & Flirty #4 card template and sewed various fabrics to the top and bottom to create customized ruffled invitations to my sister's baby shower. The banner & food labels were created using the main graphic ornament on the card. For the banner I combined the graphic with scrapbooking paper and re-purposed coffee sleeves to create a layered effect. Dainty cards for a personalized shower game were made using the bottom graphic of the original save the date card. The product was easy to customize in numerous ways. The delicate swirls and designs added to the 'vintage backyard garden party' feel of the event. By using the Fun & Flirty template and the individual design elements on it, everything was nicely pulled together. Many of the guests were pleasantly surprised by the uniqueness of the shower and how the graphic elements really tied it all together."




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