Easy DIY Invitations
I made these easy DIY invitations in a jiffy. If you are a fellow crafter, you probably already have these items in your craft closet. These invitations are perfect for any party, and cost less than pre-packaged invites.
- Card stock and/or decorative scrapbook paper
- Light weight Computer Paper
- Hole punch
- Double stick tape
- Paper Cutter
- Pre-packaged envelopes 4.75” X 6.5”
Step one: Start by choosing the wording for your invites and type up the information in the desired font, style, and color on your computer. Print on a lightweight paper and cut out. The size of this information page should be 3.5” by 5.5”. Another option is to use vellum paper.
Tip: There are several websites online with wording samples for any occasion if you get stuck!
Step two: Prepare the rest of the paper by cutting out 4” X 6” base card stock for the bottom piece and 4” X 1” strips for the top strip.
Note: Three sheets of scrapbook paper will be needed for the bottom layer in order to make 24 invitations. Less than one sheet of scrapbook paper will be needed for the top strip.
Step three: For 24 invites, cut 24 pieces of ribbon at 12” in length.
Tip: To save time, wrap your ribbon around a twelve inch ruler and snip each end.
Step four: Create an assembly line. Layer the 4X6 card, then 3.5X5.5 info sheet, then 4X1 strip in the desired position and adhere with double sided tape, on the top of the invite only.
Step five: Using a small hole punch, punch two holes approximately one inch apart in the top center of the invitation, thread a ribbon through the holes, and tie a bow.