My biggest project to date (aside from these cookies) was to make invitations for my parents' 50th wedding anniversary party. I originally thought it would be about 20 or 30 invitations, but it ended up being 52. I went through several iterations before finally deciding on this layout and design, but I am thrilled with how they turned out.
I used gold 5x7" cards (on sale at my local Paper Source store), and printed the information on luxe fino cream paper from Paper Source. I used this stamp and this gold ink stamp pad to add a little shimmer. I downloaded the font for the invitations from DaFont.com, which has been my resource for fun fonts lately.
Not only did I make the invitations, but I also made RSVP cards and inserts which show directions to the party location and information about a nearby hotel where I reserved a block of rooms. The maps were fun and easy to make - I've made them before, using this tutorial from Weddingbee.com.
The party is a few short weeks away and I have a few other ideas up my sleeve, so they might be making an appearance on the blog as well, so stay tuned!