We're gearing up for another birthday party around here.
As always, it all starts with the invitations.
Thankfully, she shared her ideas and how-tos. You'll see that I will use her party as inspiration for my own. The first thing I stole from her was her invitation.
To make mine, I used:
8.5" x 11.5" orange card stock
Craft paper 5" x 6.5" foldover notes by Paper Studio
8.5" x 11.5" camo scrap paper
small black & silver eyelets
hole punch & hammer
In a print shop software, I wrote up the invitation on an Avery postcard template.
The fonts I used were Stencil, My Remington & Urwood.
Once the invite was printed on the orange card stock, it was cut into fourths.
Next, I prepared the other papers.
The camo paper was cut to 4.75" x 6.125". (Two per sheet of camo paper.)
The craft paper foldover notes were laid flat and cut in half at the crease.
Using a small bit of adhesive to keep the papers in place, I put the invitations together.
Then I punch holes and set the eyelets with the hole punch, eyelet setter and hammer.
The completed invitations fit perfectly in the envelopes that came with the fold over notes.
They were quick and easy to complete.
And really, don't we all feel better after we punch holes and set eyelets with a hammer?!?
Stay tuned for more Nerf party ideas!
May share this invite at some of the parties in the side bar =>