Making a Clear Wedding Invitation

As I was preparing my wedding project for Imagine this month, I took over on Pinterest to see if there were any new trends happening. While I was searching, I came across several completely clear invitations. And of course, I thought I can make that! Not only am I sharing how to make a clear invitation, but I’m also sharing how to use Staz On Pigment Ink for stamp layering as well! Be sure to watch the video tutorial below for all the details!


The first step on this card is printing all of the information onto the acetate. I used a laser printer for this, so I could foil it and add some shine with Pewter Foil from Deco Foil. If you choose this step, be sure to use a heat safe acetate so it doesn’t melt in the laser printer or laminator.

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After printing I wanted to add a marble pattern to the invitation. I used the Marble Layering Stamp Set from Waffle Flower and stamped it onto the back of the invitation. Because acetate is a non porous surface, I used Staz On Pigment Ink for the layering. Be sure to watch the video above to see how to get the best look!!


I have really enjoyed creating these wedding invitations the past month and I hope you all have enjoyed these projects as well! To see my last set of invitations head HERE! If you are interested in the supplies I used, be sure to check out the list below! Happy Crafting everyone!!


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One thought on “Making a Clear Wedding Invitation

  1. Love it and how different to have clear invitations. Have to show my daughter as she is getting married October 19th. Thanks for new inspiration on wedding announcements! You are so awesome and I so appreciate all you give to the crafting world. Now over to your tutorial to see how.

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