Planning a party is such a fun and enjoyable time for those throwing it and also those hosting it. Many times we see so many of the same party invitations templates but it’s always so nice to have a new style or trend introduced that people have forgotten about or never used. Since retro and bringing things back is so popular this year, many event planners have gone back to the basics. So what is this common trend? Embossing!
How to Emboss
Using embossing tools or printers allow you to save a lot of money and customise quote a bit. You can make them look just as professional at a printer, just at a lower close. Details like this are what create such beautiful and intricate memories. You’ll want to purchase a stamp, monogram, party themed stamp, or icon to match the party you’re throwing. You’ll want it to match your party invitation templates and not look out of place.
Design Your Invite
Next you’ll want to design the other parts of the party invitation template online on a word programme like Microsoft Word or Pages. You can add items related to the invitation wording such as font, info, details, RSVP, and even address the envelopes on here. The embossing can be used for borders, designs, icons, etc but many times with beginners it’s best to create and print the details of the event on the computer.
Embossing Your Party Template Invitations
Next you’ll want to ink your rubber stamp you chose and stamp the image on to the invitation. You’ll then shake the embossing powder over the stamp allowing excess to happen so that you can get enough on it. Shake off when done. Wait a bit to make sure it’s exactly how you want and then hold the embossing heater over it. Wait a couple seconds. You’ll see this melt perfectly. Allow to dry and add the accessories or add-ons you desire.
Embossing party invitation templates are a fun craft DIY project, have fun!