How to Make Die-cut Wedding Song Request Cards

Involve your guests in your big day by creating these quick and easy song request cards. Perfect for slipping inside wedding invitations, these cards allow family and friends to choose the music that is played during your celebration, helping to ensure everyone is up on the dance floor! They can also be customised to suit your wedding colour scheme.

You could even scrapbook with these cards after the event, making them functional and a lovely keepsake. 

You Will Need Craft Essentials How to Make

1. Cut your kraft cardstock to 3 ¼ x 4 ¾ inches and your black cardstock to 3 ½ x 5 inches. Round the edges either using a corner punch, or carefully using scissors. Using double-sided tape, mount the kraft cardstock onto the black.

2. Die cut the cassette from black card and attach to your project, using small dots of tacky glue (or alternatively a glue pen).

Top Tip: Detailed and delicate die cuts can be tricky to remove from the dies and can easily tear if care isn’t taken,a die release tool is a great craft stash essential that helps to release the die-cut from the die without damaging it.

3. Using alphabet stamps, add your wording to your cards. Make it clear to the recipient that they’re helping to choose the music for your celebration, giving them plenty of space to write the name of the song and the artist. 

Top Tip: If you want to make your cards double-sided, you could ask loved ones to leave you a message or sign their names. This would be especially lovely if you plan to hold on to the cards in the future.

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