How To Make Kiddie Party Invites

5 Aug

1.) Print party details on plain paper. 

I used Centennial board paper for this. P29.95 (<$1) for 10 sheets from National Bookstore.  I only used 3 sheets because I printed 4 invites per page.

2.) Paste Character Cutouts to the invites.

I bought a pack of the Hello Kitty Chipboard Medley from Pandayan Bookstore.  Each pack costsP39.75  (<$1)and contains around 20 HK cutouts.  Nicole helped me glue the HK cutouts to the invites. You can use double-sided tape to make the process easier.  You can also choose to put double-sided tape on the back of the character (do not peel off cover of tape) and then paste the cutouts lightly on the invites so that the kids can re-use the cutout as sticker.

3.) Cut each invite to desired size and paste to Scrapbooking Paper.

Filstar scrapbooking paper costs P29.50 (<$1) per pack. One pack contains 4 sheets of assorted scrapbooking paper.

4.) Cut invites to create finished product.

Tada!

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5 Responses to “How To Make Kiddie Party Invites”

  1. iris August 5, 2010 at 12:03 pm #

    So nice razz! ^_^

  2. Len Gonzales August 5, 2010 at 2:46 pm #

    Hi Raz,
    I love the invite! Very cute.:))

  3. juyjuy August 11, 2011 at 3:24 am #

    Malapit na pala ang birthday ni Nicole. I am one of your avid readers po. 😀

    • sweethopia August 11, 2011 at 6:10 am #

      It’s on Monday 🙂 She’s turning 6! Time flies.

      Thanks for reading my blog even if I don’t blog regularly anymore 🙂 Do you read this blog, or http://www.sweethopia.com?

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