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Moses and his cousin Henry were born a week apart so we decided to do a combined birthday party. It is music themed so Liz and I put together these invitations and printed them on the gocco yesterday.
December 1, 20091:11 pm
Ooo, love them! I want to get a Yudu to do something like this. Perhaps you could make CDs and include them in the invite, make a neat label cover.
When I was working in an office I would email all my coworkers every Christmas and ask them what their favorite Christmas song was. Then I made a CD with all the songs they mentioned and handed them out as gifts. It actually turned out quite lovely and well received.
December 1, 20091:22 pm
I love this card!!!Have you ever posted Gocco tutorials…That would be a great help!
December 1, 20094:34 pm
those are very cute!! great job.
December 1, 20096:17 pm
December 2, 200912:00 am
Nice idea…a music party! My boy is turning 4 at the end of the month so I may just have to use your idea. Looking forward to seeing photos of the party!
December 2, 200912:40 am
Very nice invite. Definitely more personalized than a store-bought invitation.
December 2, 20095:49 am
gorgeous Jordan x
December 2, 20096:56 pm
venessa, i did a gocco tutorial a while back on designmom here: http://www.designmom.com/2008/02/using-gocco-screen-printer-by-sister.html
December 2, 20099:21 pm
Liz,Thank you so much, checking out the tutorial now!
December 4, 20095:55 pm
nice idea, really cool
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