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My latest post over at Cookie’s Nesting blog gives step by step directions on how to make the Lemonhead Invitations–with all the sources included.
Scott and Melissa
March 18, 20091:06 pm
What program did you use to design the invites and stickers?
March 18, 20091:13 pm
I used Adobe Illustrator.
March 18, 20091:21 pm
these are SO sweet!
The Woman Behind the Words
March 18, 20091:47 pm
I love this idea and have been on-line all day lookin for a cute idea for my daughter’s birthday invitations. What size were the boxes that you used?
March 18, 20092:25 pm
i’m going to have to plan a party just to be able to send out invites like these!
March 18, 20092:43 pm
Oh. My. Goodness! How amazingly cute and delicious at the same time!
March 18, 20094:16 pm
Do you know what sizes the boxes were?? Thanks
March 18, 20094:34 pm
I think they were 6×5.
March 18, 20098:23 pm
I have never seen such cute baby shower invitations!! I would have melted if I had been one of the recipients!
March 18, 200910:50 pm
Hello, my dear. Where can I find the back issues of the Martha Stewart Kids magazine? Nicole said the link was somewhere on your blog.
March 18, 200910:52 pm
Nevermind. Found it.
March 19, 200911:59 am
So happy and sweet! Can’t wait to use this idea
March 19, 20092:00 pm
I am in love with this concept!
March 23, 20092:27 pm
I am loving your blog—thank you for sharing your ideas. I have a question about the invitation, did you hand stamp the design border at the top or did you use a digital stamp?
March 23, 20092:31 pm
I designed it in Adobe Illustrator then printed it.
March 28, 20094:31 pm
oh fer cute.
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