Birthday Invitation Cards
for Kids

Make these birthday invitation cards together with your child.

Your child will surely feel so important and grown up making them.

Let him sign his name on every card, count the cards and seal them. Let him paste the postage stamps too.



Take the time and effort to explain to him or her the whole process of making and posting the cards.

Then make a special trip with him to the post office to post them. This will definitely be a fun learning experience for your child. And I'm sure it will be a very memorable one yourself too.

Let your child make some splash paint background. Then stamp "It's a Party!" with Brilliance ink on the splash paint background. Layer with blue and pink cardstocks. Mount onto blue basic blank card

Stamp Used: It's A Party! - Stampendous

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Tips: Use your child's drawings to make into cards. All you need is give your child some drawing paper and a box of color pencils or crayons. Let him draw and color as he likes. From the big drawing, either cut out certain portion that will look good on an invitation card or if you want to use the whole picture, just scan and resize with your computer and print out onto cardstocks. Layer the picture onto colored cardstocks.

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