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Encrypted Save-the-Date





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  1. Step 1

    Download clip art for the text of the card, the red-squiggle design, the note for the lens, and the envelope liner (on the 3rd page).

  2. Step 2

    Input details of your event into the editable file, and print onto card stock.

  3. Step 3

    Print the red-squiggle design over the text by running the same card through the printer again.

  4. Step 4

    Stamp our "look closer" note onto the decoding lens (send our clip art to a rubber-stamp maker, such as Stamp-Worx 2000.

  5. Step 5

    Print blue envelope liner. Cut to fit the envelope. Adhere with glue stick.

Martha Stewart Weddings, Fall 2010



Reviews (4)

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  • BrittyCakes 31 Dec, 2011

    To anyone who may be considering these save the can be done! If you have a photo editing program in your computer (or you can download a free version of one) you can lighten the blue letters and then print the red over it-it works perfect! Also, I ordered a custom made stamp to put on the handle of the spy glasses to say "formal invitation to follow" They turned out really great! These can get a bit pricey-printer ink, envelopes, adds up quickly! But it's worth it!

  • Abybaby 3 Jan, 2011

    I was thinking about using these as our Save The Dates, did you find a way where the blue wasn't showing or did you end up choosing a different Save The Dates?

  • tawandrey 29 Nov, 2010

    Has anyone made these? I just printed one out and although I am in love with the idea, you can totally see the the blue SAVE the date writing without a decoder. Ideas????