DIY Tiffany Blue Ombre Stationary

27 Feb

So I finally figured out that my paper cutter has this amazing feature, where it measures paper right as you cut.

Paper cutter with measure feature

That Martha Stewart, she thinks of everything.

And don’t judge, I would have figured this out sooner if I had actually read the directions…

Anyways, this is a vast improvement over measuring everything with a ruler.

So slicing and dicing custom cards is now pretty quick. Which is good when you’re getting ready for girls night out breakfast at tiffany’s birthday dinner and still haven’t started the cards…

But these went quick. I started off with 4 different shades of Tiffany blue for an ombre effect, in 12 x 12 paper.

Trim these down to fit in A6 envelopes.

A6 trimmed Tiffany blue cards

Then a quick run through the printer to customize.

Tiffany blue diy stationary

And done.

(For reals, I need to learn how to do letterpress to uplevel the wow here.)

I even got these sweet transparent envelopes to make sending the cards super fun.

Transparent vellum envelopes

But seriously? This whole “distance to the blade” feature is changing my life.

It’s the little things these days, really. 


7 Responses to “DIY Tiffany Blue Ombre Stationary”

  1. foodfrommetwoyou February 27, 2013 at 9:50 am #

    oh these are just beautiful…lovely post..sarah

  2. Cakerypapery Sister February 28, 2013 at 7:24 am #

    These envelopes are sweet! does that mean no liners?!?

    • cakerypapery March 1, 2013 at 6:21 am #

      I may have broke from my usual mold…no liners.

      Shocking, right?

  3. KC January 30, 2014 at 5:26 pm #

    Hi! Where did you find your card stock? Sometimes the swatch featured on the website is either lighter or darker when seen in person.

    • cakerypapery January 31, 2014 at 10:54 am #

      I bought this at Michaels – just the regular craft store!


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