For those who aren’t too Photoshop savvy and are in need of an easy but cute invite set for your kiddo’s party, look no further–we have an adorable solution for you! And we swear, it’s incredibly easy to do! Today, Koni Esteban of Candidly Pretty is showing us how to do a fabric invite. So grab your materials and let’s get crafty! See the complete tutorial here.
- Brown kraft paper
- Ticket puncher
- Pinking shears
- Glue gun
- Twine or jute string
Step 1: Make an invitation template with the following dimensions: main invite (3.5in x 5in) and tag (2in x 1in). I used Microsoft PowerPoint.
Step 2: Print the file on kraft paper and cut the main invites and tags accordingly.
Step 3: Using pinking shears, cut a strip of fabric long enough to cover the main invite from top to bottom
Step 4: Cover the main invite with the fabric strip. Dab a bit of hot glue to secure.
Step 5: Punch one hole on each end of the tag. Slip a jute string into both punched holes.
Step 6: Tie the jute string on the back of the main invite. Make sure that the tag is on the card’s horizontal and vertical center.
This fabric invitation will be a pretty detail for your little one’s party! It’s easy to do and very budget-friendly!