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Spring showers, bring May flowers or lots of party invitations. Since my son’s started school, he’s been getting lots of party invitations for his classmates’ birthdays. You know those cute little invitations with the handwritten information on them. There’s just something so personal about them. Don’t get me wrong, I love the electronic invites as well for the their own benefits. I’m planning a post on some of my favorite online invitation sites in a future post.But for now, here are some simple blank invitations I created for you. You can fill these out by hand or type the information on them using an editing website, like PicMonkey.
Printing out your invitations
There are two invitations on one 8.5×11 paper. The invitation is 5×7 inches, but you can resize it smaller by adjusting your printer setting. To achieve the best quality invitation, print out on cardstock and choose “Best Photo” if you have that option on your printer. Cut on the trim marks. Write your information. Send out.
These invitations are great for Sunday brunch, birthday party, spring and summer parties.
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