- Mrs. Spring Roll
- 9 years ago
- Wedding: March 2009 - Beach Social Hall
Planning our wedding has been a bit stressful. However, as crazy as it may seem, it has also kept me sane. I love crafting and having a project to work on. No matter how big or small the project may be, it is relaxing and rewarding to me. Today, my project was small; I made ‘reserved’ signs for wedding chairs that immediate family will be seated in.
Below you will find a tutorial on how I made the signs.
- Photoshop or similar editing program
- Card stock (8 ½”x11” standard printing paper size)
- Hole puncher
- Ribbon (purchased from Wal-Mart 2/$1)
- Trimmer or good pair of scissors
1. Using Photoshop or a similar editing program, design a ‘reserved’ sign
2. Print the design in 3 ½”x5” size onto card stock paper
3. Using a trimmer or a good pair of scissors, trim card stock into desired size (My card ended up being approximately 5” wide by 4” tall)
4. Punch a hole into the top right and top left corners using a hole puncher
5. Cut ribbon into desired length (I cut my ribbon to be 36” long)
6. String ribbon through card
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