Send Your Love From a Distance With This DIY Wedding Card

Due to restrictions and safety guidelines imposed by COVID-19, weddings have looked a lot different this year. Smaller guest lists mean you may need to find a way to support the lovebirds without actually being there in person. In fact, blog contributor Tina Kistinger recently got inspired to send her love from a distance with the help of the All My Love collection — check out these fun DIY wedding cards she made!

Tina’s Inspiration:

I’m loving the fall palette of the All My Love collection. I wanted to create a project that is of a celebratory nature for weddings and anniversaries — something that still celebrates the event without having to be there in person due to COVID-19 restrictions.

To create this card you’ll need:

Step 1: Cut three 5″ x 5″ squares out of White Solid Cardstock. Cut two 4-5/8″ x 4-5/8″ squares and one 1-3/4″ x 1-3/4″ square out of patterned paper. 

Step 2: Score the white squares on the diagonal.

Step 3: Cut the three squares of patterned paper on the diagonal.

Step 4: Adhere the three cardstock squares together using the Tape Runner

Step 5: Adhere the paper triangles to the cardstock using repositionable adhesive.

Step 6: Combine one hook and loop together and adhere to the upper corner. Fold up the card to resemble a pyramid to close the card and set the adhesive dot.

Step 7: Embellish with stickers and flower embellishments. For any sticker that hangs off the edge, apply some baby powder to take away the stickiness.

Step 8: Write your sentiment on one of the blank panels.

Step 9: Collapse the card to a flat rectangle to fit into a 5″ x 7″ envelope for mailing or gifting.

Will you be trying out this unique (and oh-so pretty!) DIY wedding card? Let us know in the comments below!

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