Christmas Cheer DIY Holiday Invites

Christmas Cheer DIY Holiday Invites

"The Best Way To Spread Christmas Cheer Is Singing Loud For All To Hear"! Now one of our holiday traditions is to watch "ELF" the movie about 30 times! This year I wanted to have a little fun with this tradition so the girls and I decided to invite a few friends over for movie night. I found the perfect stamps over at Rubber Stamps to help us with the party invites. We decided to go with a red, white and green color theme. These invites were not only easy to make but let you know the theme of the party once you look at it. I purchased the green pre made cards and envelopes from Michaels. Once they arrived the rest was pretty simple. The size of the stamp fit perfectly to the envelope, Rubber Stamps have so many options to choose from. I absolutely LOVE all the available options! I decided to go with a burgundy red for the ink and stamped the saying on the top center of the cards and the cutest mitten stamp on the bottom right hand corner of the envelopes. To complete the look, I added a red and white stitched ribbon to the bottom of the card. Now these could also make for great holiday cards for neighbors, teacher gifts and friends. Once we mailed out our cards we were ready to sit in our pjs with popcorn and enjoy a great evening of laughs, singing and Christmas cheer for all to hear! IMG_9343 IMG_9350 IMG_9340


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Begin by grabbing your stamps and applying ample ink to each one. Make sure you press down on your stamps firmly. I made sure to center my stamp to the card and used the mitten stamp kinda angled on the bottom right hand corner. At this point you can cut your ribbon to fit the size of the card. You will want to make sure you leave a little extra room to wrap around on both sides of the card. You will want to use double sided tape to adhere your ribbon to your card. Now you have an adorable custom invite and are ready for the party to begin!
IMG_9348 IMG_9344 IMG_9355 What is your favorite part of the "ELF" movie?
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