A Primary Color First Birthday Party DIY Invitation

My cousin asked me to help her with her son’s primary color themed first birthday party invitations.  I had recently used Microsoft Word to design invitations my son’s train themed birthday, so that’s what I was comfortable with at the time and what I used to design Josh’s invites.  I gave her a few options, and after a few tweaks, this is what I came up with:

Primary Color First Birthday Invite by laceandyarn.com

 

FREE DIY Templates

Are you planning a primary color themed party and looking for some invitation ideas?  Maybe looking to design your own DIY invitation?  Well, I came up with four different FREE** templates for you to download, edit, and use for yourself!  These templates are clean and simple, and completely customizable.

Here they are:

ONE Primary Color 5x7 Invite Template -- laceandyarn.com

ONE Primary Color 5×7 Invite Template

ONE Primary Color 5x7 Invite Template With Overlay-- laceandyarn.com

ONE Primary Color 5×7 Invite Template with Overlay

ONE Primary Color 5x7 Invite Template Option 2-- laceandyarn.com

ONE Primary Color 5×7 Invite Template Option 2

ONE Primary Color 5x7 Invite Template Option 2 with Overlay-- laceandyarn.com

ONE Primary Color 5×7 Invite Template Option 2 with Overlay

How do I use these templates?

The templates are formatted to be printed as 5 X 7 invites.  Please keep this in mind as you design.

  1. Download the image(s) you want.  Click on the image you want to use.  This will open the image in a new window.  Right click the image, then click “Save Image As…”.  Save the image to your computer.
  2. Open the image in PicMonkey* or another image editing software of your choosing.  (I suggest PicMonkey* because it’s free, online, and easy to use.  Haven’t used it before?  Seriously, it’s pretty easy, give it a go.  I’ll be here cheering you on.)
  3. Use the left side of your brain and make the greatest invitation, ever.

Designed My Invites, Now What?

Now that you’ve come up with a beautiful invitation for your awesome primary color first birthday party, click print!  The templates are formatted for to be printed as 5 x 7 invites.  I suggest a printing on white card stock.  Don’t want to do it at home?  I like InkGarden.com.  Check out my review of InkGarden.com for my DIY birth announcements.  They have a great deal running right now, 50% Off Birthday Invites!* As low as 24¢ per Card. Use Code: BDAY50 at check out. Postage & Handling not included. 1 use per customer. Cannot be used in conjunction with other offers.

I’d love to see what you came up with.  Comment with a link, or #laceandyarn on Facebook and/or Instagram.

 

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**These images are free to download for your personal use.  Meaning, please do not sell them.  Also, if you use this in one of your works, please provide a link back to this post.  Thank you and happy creating!

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