A wedding is one of the most special days of your life and provides a once in a lifetime opportunity to make a wedding program that is both unique and personal. Plus you can recruit your friends and family to help which will make your wedding day even more meaningful. The program will be placed in the hands of all of your guests, so what better place to customize and add your own personal touches than in its creation? Tag shaped pages, printed in the font of your choice, and bound with a metal chain are nested in an elegant and fun holder that is embellished simply, with the paper of your choice and crowned with a self-adhesive gem stone. Every guest will leave the ceremony with a little remembrance of your wedding, hand made by you.
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Sandi Genovese is known to millions as a multitalented author, artist, educator and television personality who brings innovation to new heights in scrapbooking and paper crafting. Sandi is a familiar face and source of creative inspiration to millions of viewers who have seen her host the DIY network show SCRAPBOOKING (which aired on HGTV and DIY from 2001- December 2010) as well as her numerous guest appearances on television shows including Good Morning America, The View, Specials on DIY and HGTV, and The Carol Duvall Show. Sandi is a frequent contributor to national magazines, has a syndicated craft column distributed nationwide by the Scripps Howard News Service and is the author of multiple “How To” books and DVD’s, including Pop Up Cards (released August 2008, Sterling Publishers), Designer Scrapbooks with Sandi Genovese, Creative Scrapbooking, Creative Greeting Cards, Memories in Minutes, and Sandi Genovese's Three-Dimensional Scrapbooks. In 2012 her Pop Up Cards book will be released in paperback.
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