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Create Your Dream Wedding: Beautiful Paper Crafts for Your Special Day (Annie's Attic: Paper Crafts) Paperback – January 15, 2010
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Out of all of these I like styles of the Earth ToneS Suite and Magical Metallic the best.
Each section has 5 - 6 items covered (including the invitation). Some of the other items featured include candles, thank you cards, table cards, scrapbook pages, guest books, gift boxes etc. So it covers a variety of items which are used for weddings.
The two main issues I have with this book are
Nowhere on the front cover or in the editorial review on Amazon does it mention that ALL of these projects rely on the SPELLBINDER's die cuts. This info is on the 1st page of the book, which is not browsable online. So if you did not have these dies or similar die cuts it would not be so easy to do these projects. In addition, some of these dies (e.g On the Vine Grand Template) need the 12" long mats /spacers rather than the regular sized mats / spacers. If you had to buy a manual die cutting machine, e.g a Cuttlebug this could cost $40-$70. For these Spellbinder's dies I have seen price range from $15 - $25.
So you could easily spend $100 - $200 just to set up a die cutting system with a few dies.
It is not very helpful in terms of mass producing these cards. If you had to produce 50 or 100 of these, how would you tackle this? How to identify the quantity of material needed? How to put these together? How to budget time, money, persons needed for these projects?