Thank You cards

Enough depressing hair talk. My new embosser arrived in the mail today! I ordered this style from Living Victorian (with our married monogram) and couldn’t be happier!

I found some really lovely white cardstock folded cards on clearance at Target a looong time ago and scarfed them all up, knowing they’d come in handy at some point. Enter our Thank You cards. I already tried embossing the front flap of one and love it!


  1. September 13, 2008 / 9:24 PM

    I use my embosser ALLLL THE TIIIIME! (esp now, since my initials will be changing soon)

    You’ll start finding all kinds of things to emboss! I do the books in my library, and gold seals that I place on the back of all my envelopes! They look really nice, but are only maybe $2 for 30 seals at the stationery store!

    Target has GREAT paper products!

  2. September 13, 2008 / 10:34 PM

    What a faboo idea. I think I may have to jump on the embossing bandwagon!!

  3. September 13, 2008 / 11:24 PM

    I did this as well. I got our cards at Crane (on clearance) that matched our wedding colors (yea!!) and ordered an embosser with our married monogram. I also bought another plate with our address so that we could emboss our adress onto the back. It worked out SO well. I highly recommend the address embosser, especially if you have the kind where you can switch out the plates!

  4. September 15, 2008 / 11:19 AM

    An alternative to embossing, if you’ve got the time, is also to do wax stampings.

    Or you could combine the embossing with an postcard sized image to create a nice visual appeal. Your wedding photographer should be able to source good quality photographic thank you cards.

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