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March 23, 2009



I really love this invitation it's unique , I'm really interrseted in doing it for my 8 yr old boy . Is there any way you can show a video of how you did It ? Or if you make them I will love for you to do them for me ! Please e- mail at kiki2123@bellsouth.net

Amber Robison

Amber, you are a genius! L.O.V.E. it!!! Please share some tips on how you did it. I'm sure a seasoned crafter could whip it out, but I am not that confident!!!! Thanks!

Amber :)

Robyn Longhurst

Hi - just came across this CUTE idea while searching for LDS Baptism Invite ideas....THANK YOU for sharing! The ideas are so great! Got me to thinking and that's what I needed!
You are truly talented. Thanks for sharing!
Robyn in Idaho

Amber Packer


That means so much to me. Thank you for letting me know. I felt the same way looking at Baptism invitations as you did.



I love this!!! I have looked everywhere for an invite for my sons baptism. I never found one I loved! I am so glad I came upon your site! I am so excited to get them started and see the finished project! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SHARING!!!!


So I just googled LDS baptism announcements, and your site came up. Can I just tell you how much I L.O.V.E this?!? It's so creative and amazing! I wish I could adapt this for a girl, and re-create it. You did a wonderful job!!! Do you ever make these and sell them? I would totally pay for these!


Do you make these for people? These are the most amazing announcements I have seen! Great job!


Amber - those are ADORABLE! What a great idea! I love those fonts too.

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