Sometimes you think to yourself, “Self, you should totally make your wedding invitations. It will save you money and be a lot of fun.” So you buy a Japanese screen printer and you spend a lot of time comparison shopping for paper and you order samples and you cut samples and you order a special Cricut cartridge and you select paper and order it and unwrap it and spend an afternoon cutting it all in half and then you order way too much ink because you had a nightmare about all the ink for your special Japanese screen printer running out because although something like one in three Japanese households has one of these machines apparently the supplies are now discontinued and being hoarded by other people who bought this special Japanese screen printer to make their wedding invitations and now you have a huge box full of special Japanese screen printing ink and still you think to yourself, “Self, it was a really good idea to make your wedding invitations. You are totally having fun.”
Oh, and originally you wanted to do pocketfold invitations but then you decided they were either going to be too labor-intensive or too expensive. So instead you decided to make a booklet invitation.
A six-page booklet invitation.
So you spend your weekend afternoons re-watching the first season of “Glee” and cutting out invitation pages. And after ten episodes of “Glee,” almost all the way down the Road to Sectionals, you have almost cut out half the pages. And your craft room looks like this:
And you know what? You were partially right. It is kind of fun. Which is a good thing, because once you’ve finished these you’ve still got half the pages to cut out.
Which is what the Road to Regionals is for.