Then I got to work putting together the invite. I used a picture of the 'neighborhood' for the front with some of the song lyrics. Cute right? You can see the cobblestone road that I was trying to recreate in my DSP there too :)
Then for the back I used the adorable image of the group peeking over a ledge. I placed them on a strip of DSP and ribbon as their 'ledge' and then placed an oval mat behind them which I could write the info on (ps- don't everyone show up at this day and time- they are just placeholders until I figure out when we are really scheduling this thing!). I used the 'nifty galifty' freeform tool to make an oval I could tac the RSVP info to also- isn't that a cool feature? Once the words are attached to the shape all I had to do was turn the opacity of the oval to zero and now all you see are the words. Awesomeness :)
Isn't it Grrr-rific as Daniel would say? Well, I hope my daughter likes them- but let's be honest, she just wants the cake :)
Flutterback soon for some more Daniel Tiger inspiration!
Love it! I am doing a Daniel Tiger Party for my going-to-be 3 year old and love your graphics! Awesome job!
Where did you get the font you used for the invites? So cute!
I checked and the font is CK Shu Shu (CK means it is a Creating Keepsakes font). They used to have a free font friday where I'm sure I got it from- but I'm pretty sure that they are available for purchase on the website also.
Thanks so much for your kind words! I really love creating and going all out for my kids parties. It is so much fun :) I can't wait to share the My Little Pony party that is currently in the works.
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