Frame your invitations and requests with a playful lacy pattern. Just type your big-day details into a file with our clip art. One letter-size sheet makes two invites or four response cards. And here's a great tip: Use magnetic paper for the save-the-dates.

Save-the-Date Card and Magnet How-To

1. Using a desktop-publishing program such as Microsoft Word, download the PDF and place it as an image in your document.

Create a text box and layer it over the lace image; then, type in the text for your invitation and apply the font of your choice. Print on magnet sheets. Cut at crop marks using a metal straightedge and a craft knife (don't cut all the way to the paper's edge; this will leave the crop marks intact for each subsequent cut). Each sheet will yield four save-the-date cards.

2. Print the save-the-date holder on 8 1/2-by-11-inch paper. Cut at crop marks using a metal straightedge and a craft knife (don't cut all the way to the paper's edges; this will leave the crop marks intact for each subsequent cut).

3. Lay save-the-date magnet on top of the holder, and position the card so the designs align. With a pencil, lightly draw 1/4-inch-long marks around each corner. Remove the magnet, and position a metal straightedge diagonally across each corner, connecting the ends of the marks. Using a craft knife, cut along the diagonal to make a small slit. Repeat on the three remaining corners. Gently erase pencil marks. Tuck the corners of the save-the-date card into the slits.

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Invitations How-To

1. Using a desktop-publishing program such as Microsoft Word, download the clip art and place it in your document. Create a text box and layer it over the lace image; then, type in the text for your invitation and apply the font of your choice.

2. Print on 8 1/2-by-11-inch paper. Cut at crop marks using a metal straightedge and a craft knife (don't cut all the way to the paper's edges; this will leave the crop marks intact for each subsequent cut). Each sheet of paper will yield two invitations.

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Reception Cards How-To

1. Using a desktop-publishing program such as Microsoft Word, download the PDF and place it in your document. Create a text box and layer it over the lace image; then, type in the text for your invitation and apply the font of your choice.

2. Print on 8 1/2-by-11-inch paper. Cut at crop marks using a metal straightedge and a craft knife (don't cut all the way to the paper's edges; this will leave the crop marks intact for each subsequent cut). Each sheet of paper will yield four cards.

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Reply Cards How-to

1. Using a desktop publishing program such as Microsoft Word, download the PDF and place it in your document. Create a text box and layer it over the lace image; then, type in the text for your invitation and apply the font of your choice.

2. Print on 8 1/2-by-11-inch paper. Cut at crop marks using a metal straight edge and a craft knife (don't cut all the way to the paper's edges; this will leave the crop marks intact for each subsequent cut). Each sheet of paper will yield four cards.

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Comments (12)

Anonymous
January 4, 2013
Could anyone help and email me the clip art for this one? shona_biggart@yahoo.co.uk It keep saying its moved and it would be perfect for my theme. Much appreciated.
Anonymous
January 4, 2013
HI i am having problems like the previous person. It says the link has been moved. Is their still a way to get these lovely lace cards?
Anonymous
September 17, 2012
This link will take you to a short easy to follow tutorial on how to get the pdf image into word!! http://www.ehow.com/how_5743648_put-picture-microsoft-word-document.html
Anonymous
July 1, 2011
I cannot upload it into ms word either! Any tips?
Anonymous
June 24, 2011
I'm having a hard time getting this into MS Word. I've saved it but it saves as a pdf and I can't insert it into Word as a picture. Can anyone help?
Anonymous
May 18, 2011
You'd have to get a photoshop program to change the color of the lace
Anonymous
March 8, 2011
Can anyone specify how to chance the color of the lace? please help
Anonymous
May 23, 2010
Does anyone know how to change the color of the lace?
Anonymous
May 13, 2009
you can go to www.dafont.com and find 100's of different fonts, I'm sure there's one that will suit you.
Anonymous
May 1, 2009
i love the fonts they used for the stationary.....does anyone know which ones they used and where i can find them?
Anonymous
April 8, 2009
If you have an image editing software (photoshop, or any photo software) you can edit colors there. Look for color balance or anything that says color.
Anonymous
April 5, 2009
Can the lace color be changed in any way?