By Lynn Macdonald. Party Invitations. Published at Tuesday, July 17th, 2018 - 15:27:57 PM.
1.Photo Invitations - Write your invitation on a large piece of card that is big enough to read from a distance. Get your party child to hold it in front of themselves, or if its really big perhaps have them stand next to it, but whatever they do they must have a huge cheesy grin on their little face. Now it is as simple as taking a picture, printing them on your home computer or through your local photo processing shop on standard 10 x 15 cm photo paper. If you want to make them more card like just paste brightly coloured card to the back, or alternatively laminate them.
5 Easy Handmade Party Invitations DIY and Save - When you think of handmade party invitations you are probably thinking of fancy decorative layers of paper with exotic fonts, but what about creative invitations that are fun and interactive and absolutely perfect for kids parties? There are loads of creative ways you can make your own kids invites and you dont need to use the traditional paper and envelope at all. There are many things you can use that dont cost a cent like writing on leaves for a fairy party, or on the inside of a shell for a beach party; the point is that putting a little thought into your own handmade party invitations not only impresses your little guests, but also gives your party child a wonderful memento to keep in their memory boxes forever.
Clear plastic tubes are commonly used for those who choose to mail invitations in tube form. For the most part, sending the invitation in a clear tube will give the invitation a special look. This is a great way of sending an invitation to a wedding, baby shower or bridal shower. These tubes are more than likely plastic and very durable. The invitations are made out of traditional invitation paper and rolled like a scroll to be placed inside the tube. Then the invitations are adorned with an address label and sent to the guest being invited to the party.
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