DIY Rubber Stamp Photo Card Save the Dates

It’s the ladies of Anti­quaria, back with another fab­u­lous and cre­ative DIY project for you!  This week they’re here with some awe­some DIY photo card save the dates!

Need a fabulous and unique way to incorporate your engagement shoot into your save the date?  We’ve got the solution for you: hand stamped photo save the date cards!  We are constantly inspired by all the wonderful engagement shoots that folks are putting together these days, and wanted to find a way to incorporate that imagery with rubber stamps.  We think the results are truly adorable and your family and friends will love receiving a sweet photo of the two of you.

DIY Photo Card Save the Date

DIY Photo Card Save the Date

Step One: Cut paper to a size A9 card (5.5″ x 8.5″).  Use photo corners (our most recent obsession) to secure your (3″ x 5″) photo to the card.  You just stick them on each corner to activate and the adhesive, center over the paper and press down to secure.

DIY Photo Card Save the Date

Step Two: This step will take two stamps, a monogram (we used our ribbons & banners monogram) and a website stamp (we used our calligraphy accent website stamp).  Ink each stamp thoroughly, position and stamp down on a hard, even surface.  Let dry.

DIY Photo Card Save the Date

Step Three: Cut paper to (4″ x 4.5″).  Ink a save the date stamp (we used our “Circus” save the date stamp) and make print on a hard surface.  Make sure when stamping, you apply moderate and even pressure over the entire stamp.  Let dry before assembly.

DIY Photo Card Save the Date

Finish up the suite with twine, wrapping the bundle a few times before making a knot.

Rubber Stamps:

“Banners” monogram

“Calligraphy Accent” website card

“Circus” save the date


A9 Card (5.5″ x 8.5″)

A9 Envelope

Photo – Printed locally or online.  Look for specials and deals on 3″ x 5″ prints

Save the Date (cut to 4″ x 4.5″)

Stamp Pad (we used orange)

Orange twine

Photo corners

Photo Credits: Anti­quaria, Save the Date photograph by Kelly Lynn James

p.s.  I’ve got two holiday card round ups coming a bit later this morning, so check back soon!



  1. Love this! Thinking of doing a stamp for the new business cards, so great inspiration 🙂

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