Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Sunflower Theme Wedding Invitations

Japanese Style Box + Bi-Fold Sunflower Wedding Invitations
Happy Thursday Everyone! One more day, before the latest Paint Fusion launch. Today, I am excited to share with you a project I made using the Sheena Douglas Paint Fusion Sunflower Stamps set. Since it is summer time and everyone is enjoying the season, it inspired me to create this Handmade Sunflower Theme Wedding Invitation. Sunflower Theme Invitations radiate sunshine and happiness and nothing brings cheer and joy more than a Sunflower. 
Japanese Box - Open
Bi-Fold Sunflower Invitation- Closed
I had loads of fun creating this Bi-fold Wedding Invitation and Japanese Style Box. The main invitation, containing the important information (Wedding Date, Place, Bride and Groom, etc) is placed at the center. The Directions/Maps + RSVP + Reception cards are placed on the side panel or pocket.
Pocket - Fold Wedding Invitation - Open
I created a paper belly band to keep the Bi-Fold invitation card closed and a ribbon belly band to keep the box closed. My pocket fold invitation and Japanese Style box were decorated with coordinating ribbons and Sunflowers cut-out that I hand-painted using the Sheena Douglas Paint Fusion Sunflower Stamps set. I then layered my Sunflower Cut-out using the Double Adhesive Sided Foam Squares to get the 3D effect I want. To achieve a perfect folds and clean lines for my Japanese Style Box and Pocket-Fold Card, I used The Boxer & Envelobox Creator  Ultimate Tool
Japanese Style Box- Closed
Sunflower Event theme makes a bold statement. You can use this idea in making your birthday invitations, Quinceanera or Sweet 16th invites, the possibilities  are endless. Suggest this idea to a friend or family. It's fun and easy to make. 
Thanks a lot for stopping by. I hope you like my projects and that I inspired you today! 


Bonnie Garby

Beautiful invitations Jinky! Thanks so much for joining our Really Reasonable Ribbon challenge.

Connie M.

Oh my! What an amzaing invitation! Thanks so much for playing in the Really Reasonable Ribbon Challenge! Connie M.


I absolutely love these!!!

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