Chevron Invitation Project
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You can make this invitation at home with the free templates from Download & Print and a paper trimmer. Add your invitation wording and personal monogram to the band with Microsoft Word. If you want to change the colors of the chevron pattern check our our print ready option or become a premium member and get the Photoshop version of this template where the colors can be edited. Check out the step-by-step tutorial below to learn how to make this invitation.
Step #2: Trim the invitation card along the dotted lines with a paper cutter. This will result in two 5×7 inch invitations.
Step #3: Take the printed chevron band and score the fold lines. Take a ruler and x-acto knife, blade side up, to mark the fold lines. The fold lines are indicated on the printed template. This will ensure that your band fits sung with the invitation.
Step #4: Trim the band along the dotted lines with a paper cutter. This will yield in two 3 x 10.5 inch chevrons bands.
All Cutting Done! With both invitation and band cut out it’s time to start assembling.
Step #5: Fold the band along the score lines and press the folds with your hands.
Step #6: Use double sided tape to seal the band. The pieces will overlap to hide the tape and create a fished look.
Step #7: Slip the band over the invitation and position so it’s covering all of your event wording. Use an A7 envelope to mail this invitation to family and friends.
Credits: Photography by Rachel Sollee & Invitation Design by Anna Skye.