Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Decorative Kid Party Invitation Envelopes

We are having a puppet themed birthday party this year.

In my usual micro-detailed fashion, I wanted to make the party invites super cute.

I ordered them from Tiny Prints - these guys really have an awesome selection for just about every occasion. It's the 2nd time I've used them, and I'm still really impressed.

Instead of just writing all the addresses on there, I wrote them with some funky hand writing and had my almost-4-yr-old color in all the 'holes' of the letters with pretty colored pencils.

Cute, right? Fun way to involve your kids in addressing the invites when they are too young to actually write all the addresses.

In other news, last night I went to a lecture at my quilt guilt (SCVQA). Lecture by Melinda Bula was entertaining, and her quilts were very beautiful.

I think she uses a fusable technique to make these giant floral quilts. Very Georgia O'Keefe looking. Bright colors. I had seen the quilts all before when I attend the quilting in the garden quilt show in Livermore last year.


Janet said...

I love the invitations and I'd love to hear all about the party when it's over too. I enjoyed the link, the quilts are amazing.

Natalie said...

Love the personal touch on the invites.

Typo or...?
"quilt guilt"
I've heard they can be tough.

AnnaVallance said...

What a great idea to have your four year old help.

kathleen said...

uber cute Maris! love it...

Liz said...

A puppet theme sounds wonderful! My son has asked for a Candy Land themed party this year, but I may suggest puppets for next year. Thanks for sharing the idea.

sherry said...

this is so cute. i wish we lived close enough to come to your party. it sounds so fun. you will have to tell us all about it.