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Tees and Thank You

Martha Stewart Weddings, Summer 2007

For a cute twist on personalized thank-you notes, send gift-givers postcards of you and your groom wearing clothing emblazoned with messages. Use 3-inch-high stick-on vinyl lettering, peel off the backing, and affix the letters to plain shirts. Ask a friend to take digital pictures, then upload your favorite to a computer and print onto photo paper. We ran the photos through a Xyron sticker machine, which adds an adhesive backing. Attach each photo to a blank size-A6 postcard, and voila! -- picture-perfect stationery.

Comments (9)

  • notesideas 3 Mar, 2013

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  • lauradamato 26 Aug, 2011

    where can I buy the blank postcards with the cute lines on the back???

  • Pc0zzie 5 Apr, 2011

    You could use a great site called www.photopostcards.com.au that you to creat custom postcards online abd they will send them for you!!!

  • creativeinkinvites 30 Mar, 2011

    This is a great idea and very cute

  • rikka24 25 Feb, 2011

    plan ahead..ask your wedding photog to take this photo during your engagement session. Likely they can make Thank you cards for you or you can purchase the digital negative and print them yourself. Better than asking a friend (who may not be able to take a professional looking photo) to do it :)

  • kjack17 19 Oct, 2009

    Costco now offers postcard orders online through their photo shop, they are very affordable

  • octbride08 2 Jul, 2008

    Try printsmadeeasy.com, you can upload your pic to the postcard and it's cheap!

  • morgan0713 17 Jun, 2008

    You can buy the paper at an office supply store.... Hope this info helps... Thanks

  • shopgirl82 23 May, 2008

    where do you get the blank size a6 postcards