A menu card in off-white shades with a punched-out church and vellum paper
Make a menu card in off-white shades. Punch out churches for decoration and use vellum paper for wrapping around the card as a cover. Finish with a piece of mercerised cotton yarn and a wax seal.
How to do it
Trim a piece of A4 card by cutting off 3 cm from the long edge.
Divide the card into three equal sections and score the lines to make a tri-fold card.
Punch out churches in the die-cutting and embossing machine from white paper.
Glue a punched-out church onto the front of the tri-fold card using a glue pen.
Cut a piece of vellum paper the same size as the tri-fold card for folding around it. Print the word MENU at the top of the vellum paper and print the actual menu onto a piece of plain paper. Attach onto the middle section inside the tri-fold card with double-sided adhesive tape.
Wrap a piece of mercerised cotton yarn around the card. Tie a knot. Light the sealing wax stick and drip wax onto the knot. Gently push the seal into the wax. Don't remove the seal until the wax has hardened.
Fold the church and glue it together. You may use the church as table decoration.
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