By Vera Holden. Party Invitations. Published at Monday, January 15th, 2018 - 12:42:31 PM.
2.Something for a Beach Theme: The old flip flop is great for summer barbeques and pool parties, beach parties and luaus or anything with a tropical theme. Pick up some groovy flip flops from a discount store, you can usually get the for a couple of dollars a pair. Neatly write the invitation on the sole with a marker pen, or use the flip flop as a template tracing around it on a piece of coloured card. Cut out the flip flop shape, write the invite using words like ‘dude and ‘aloha. Let the kids decorate the card by sprinkling sand like glitter around the edges before sticking onto the sole of the flip flop.
Ideas For Invitations Mailed In A Tube - Invitations of all types can be mailed in wide variety of ways. Finding the best invitations to send out to your guests is very important and depending on the special event or occasion that is planned your invitations will vary a great deal. Mailing invitations in the traditional manner is nice, but to add more interest and intrigue mail invitations in more creative ways such as in a tube. These tubes can come in a variety of size, colors and materials. These invitations can be mailed in traditional tubes, clear tubes, plastic tubes and padded tube envelopes.
4.A Pirate Summons: You and your kids will have a lot of fun getting the aged look that is so perfect for a pirate party by simply soaking regular copy paper in tea, though please dont add milk or sugar! Just pop a few tea bags in a tray of water and allow to steep before laying sheets of paper into the water nice and flat. Dont leave the paper in there for too long or you risk disintegration. Take out and hang on the line with a peg to dry. You now have the basis for a beautiful handmade party invitation with an authentically old look. Write on it with a fine marker pen in a loopy old fashioned way; perfect for any pirate party or treasure hunt.
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