Post # 1
I created labels for all the food (which was also time based to follow the theme).
Breakfast – Assorted mini quiches
Lunch – Assorted Tea Sandwiches
Dinner- Chicken and Snow Pea skewers with a honey drizzle
Snack – Fruit with raspberry white chocolate dip, cheese and crackers
Drinks – Cocktial Blueberry Pomegrante Champagne Punch (also had Citrus Vodka in it so it had a punch…LOL) and Non-Alcoholic Sparkling White Grape,Blueberry, Pomegrate Punch
Post # 3
Where did you get the design for the cutouts (the scrolly frames)?
Post # 4
Tameerenae: the cutouts and the tag itself are cut using the Circuit and the Accent Essentials Cartridge. The white piece is cut from the same shape as the blue only larger and filled. While the blue is a “shadow”‘ and no fill.
Hope this helps!
Post # 5
These are so awesome! This is exactly what I want to create for a girls themed night dinner. How did you create the actual designs/text that is on the paper? I understand how you cut them out – but I’m wondering about the design process? What program etc.. I would love love love and appreciate any advice!
Post # 6
Can you tell me where you got your stands?
Post # 7
BabyJane91: I designed the tag layout in Photoshop and cut the shapes out of white cardstock with my Cricut and then ran it through my rather forgiving HP printer. I then cut the the blue shadow out, again with the Cricut, and ran it through the Xyron to glue it to the white shape.
Mibee: I purchased the small heart shaped stands at Party City. They are in the wedding decorations area and I believe were about $2.50 each.