I think this may be my final Wedding DIY ladies and gents! This actually makes me feel a little bit sad as I've loved making everything and giving our wedding a real personal touch, not to mention saving money. It would be a crime if I let someone else make my wedding stationary when I'm a crafter at heart. So the final tutorial I have is our thank you cards. I wanted to create something simple, easy to make but pretty and in keeping with the theme of the other wedding stationary we have so here it is! If you want to make these yourself, follow the simple steps below.
You will need:
- Double sided sticky tape
- Paper doilie
- DL size card with "Thank you" printed onto them
Fold card in half. Ensure that "Thank You" Has been printed low down on the card to ensure you can fold the card in half and still fit the print and doilie design onto the front of the card.
Take a doilie and place over where you would like the design to be on your card. Turn the card and
doilie over and draw the outline of the card onto the doilie.
Cut out the doilie and then stick the doilie onto the card using double sided sticky tape across the top of the doilie.
And that is it!
These are again super simple and easy to make but look effective at the same time. They're extremely quick to make which is great for doing vast quantities for guests!
UPDATE 23rd March 2015: I am extremely chuffed that so many of you love this template and I have received increasing requests for the template I created in Word. Due to the number of requests I am happy to continue sharing the template but I am asking for a small fee of £2 to cover my time which can be paid via Paypal. If you would like the Word template I created, please leave a message in the comments below or email me at email@example.com
I also have templates for the following:
- Rustic Save the Dates
- Thank you cards
- RSVP Cards
Each template is £2 each or to purchase the entire package (including extra images) it’s £6.
Please note: My ‘DIY guide and template’ are for individual, private use and not to be used for distribution or resale. Many thanks
I hope you like this DIY and don't forget to check out my save the dates, wedding invitations and place card tutorials.
I've also done a video on this so check that out here: