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Anna from Download & Print with a super simple printable that has a TON of possibilities. I’m calling these DIY Printable Wedding Medallions， and with the right tools， you’ll have these printed and ready to go in less than an hour. Use them to embellish your invitations， or use them on napkin ringsdecorative pillow shams， candles， favors， use them anywhere you like! The design prints in black and white so you can coordinate with your wedding colors by printing on matching paper.canvas throw pillow covers
You have three designs to choose from：
Grab the free printables and follow along with the steps below.
Pick a medallion style and download the template. Open the file in MS Word and enter your text. The fonts I used are listed below and can all be downloaded for free by following the links， or use your favorite font.
Print the file on white or colored card stock.
Each print out yields 12 2” medallions. Cut the medallions lengthways down the paper. Each strip will contain four circles.
Punch out each circle using a 2” circle punch. Flip the punch upside down while punching to make lining up the circles easier.
This step can also be done with scissors， but trust me， the circle punch will be your new best friend if your wedding guest list is 200 long!
The DIY Printable Wedding Medallions？are now ready for embellishing in a way unique to your wedding. I used double-sided tape to attach mine to some gold glitter ribbon around an invitation， but the possibilities are endless. You could create dreamy watercolor paper and then print the medallions (check Pinterest for tons of DIY watercolor tips and inspiration). You could embellish with paint pens or stick on decals. Add a bow， punch a hole and hang them with a cute photo booth picture of the two of you. I really could go on and on. And don’t just think invitations. The medallions can be used on napkin rings， favors， candles， and more.
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