PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE PURCHASING. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS ON DIGITAL FILES.
Here by popular demand, we are providing full template files for our famous tree ring Wedding Wheel invitations! These planting wheel-style invitations feature two separately spinning wheels that reveal whichever piece of information the arrow points to. Get your guests the info they need in a delightful and unique keepsake!
These files are ready to go straight to the printer--just add your own text! All Pantone separations, guides and die lines are included, but these files remain fully editable so you can change as little or as much about them as you want to. Have them professionally cut and printed by your local printer or DIY it--it's up to you!
Finished invitations measure approx. 8 1\/2" in diameter.
Included in your purchase are three fulls sets of digital files (ten files total) in the following formats:
--Adobe Illustrator CS3
--Illustrator eps CS3
--Adobe Photoshop CS3
Each set of files contains a template for the outer wheel, a template for the inner wheel and a template for (die) cutting both wheels.
These templates work best when used with Adobe Illustrator CS3 or higher. They might not be as fully editable in other programs.
We do not recommend purchasing these files if you are not comfortable using a graphics editing program since we do not provide tech or design support for these files. Please convo us if you need them provided in an earlier version of Photoshop and/or Illustrator.
Your purchase ONLY includes the digital template files listed above. It does NOT include any fonts, physical goods or design services.
Within 48 hours of payment, you will receive a link to your files via e-mail and Convo. The full set of templates is 12.5 MB and comes bundled as one .zip file.
Please convo us prior to purchasing if you have any questions or would like to request custom services.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
**How did you make your invitations?**
We had ours professionally letterpressed on untreated, recycled chipboard (the stuff cereal boxes are made from). The printer also did the die-cutting for us. They are attached in the center with a 1/4" wooden plug in the front and a steel washed on the back because we chose chipboard that was too thick to use regular grommets (oops).
**Where should I get these printed?**
That really depends on your budget and your taste/style. These templates are prepared to work equally well with letterpress, offset/lithography, screenprinting or digital printing. We'd recommend going with someone trusted and local to you so you can see past examples of their work and get proofs before you print your full run.
**What do I need if I want to DIY these?**
You'll need a printer (inkjet or color laser, doesn't need to be fancy), a 1/4" hole punch (awl-style or long-arm), 1/4" grommets/eyelets and grommet/eyelet setter (awl-style or long-arm), card stock (we recommend 90 lb. or thicker), and a circle cutter (recommended) or scissors. Specific places to get these items:
Hole punch: McGill's long-arm or a 1/4" drive pin punch available at any hardware store, made by common brands like Stanley, Starrett, Brown & Sharpe and Tekton. If you use a drive pin punch, you'll need to have a rubber mallet to whack it with.
Grommet/eyelet setter: Crop-A-Dile Big Bite long-arm, or Tandy setter with anvil.
Circle cutter: Olfa, Martha Stewart, or Rockwell (for thicker materials).