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Carnival Birthday Party Package, Circus Birthday Party Package Invite Thank You, Signs, Banners, Cupcake Toppers PERSONALIZED Editable Files - DIY Printable PDF files

This is a printable package that you will print and cut and put together yourself, nothing will be mailed everything prints on 8.5 x 11 in paper.

******Please note you must have Microsoft Word to edit the files!!!**************
******Please note you must have Microsoft Word to edit the files!!!**************
******Please note you must have Microsoft Word to edit the files!!!**************

Visit this link to see Birthday Party Package in Action and to get ideas:

http://s302.photobucket.com/albums/nn104/ajrademacher/Olivia%20and%20Nicolettes%20Carnival%20Party/?albumview=slideshow


Package includes Microsoft Word Files and PDF Printables:
- Invite (2 on a page 8.5 x 11 Mircosoft Word File) Editable File
- Thank You with name (4 on a page 8.5 x 11 Mircosoft Word File) Editable File
- Happy Birthday Banner with Name (Birthday Banner PDF- Name/Age - Editable Microsoft Word File)
- Months/Years Photo Banner (age 1-10 years included)
- Cupcake Toppers with name (10 on a page 8.5 x 11 Mircosoft Word File) Editable File
- Cupcake Wrappers ( popcorn, cotton candy, and multi colored - these are only regular cupcake wrappers they don't have the curves) (PDF File)
- Enclosure Cards "Thanks for Coming to "Name's" party (8 on a page 8.5 x 11 Mircosoft Word File) Editable File
- Water Bottle Labels fits small and large bottles with name (3 on a page 8.5 x 11 Mircosoft Word File) Editable File
- Door Sign "Name's" Age Birthday Party (8.5 x 11 Mircosoft Word File) Editable File
- Yard Signs 8.5 x 11in (8.5 x 11 Mircosoft Word File) Editable File
- Small table signs (2 x 3 in) (6 on a page 8.5 x 11 Mircosoft Word File) Editable File
- Medium Table Signs 4.25 x 5.5 (4 on a page 8.5 x 11 Mircosoft Word File) Editable File
- I am 1 Highchair Banner
- Printing Instructions
- Instructions on how to make and edit each item.

Printing instructions:
Please note I can't guarantee the color on the computer is what your printer will print, all printers print colors differently. Make sure your printing the highest quality there is in your print settings.
For best quality printing, use Bright White Paper and a Laser printer you can also use brochure glossy paper for higher quality, found at your local offices supplies store. (ink jet printers, will fade the color over time and the color maybe different from your first print to your last print) If you don't have a laser printer I recommend going to an office supplies store or some other printing place. I have found that office max is the cheapest for printing so try there first.


Instructions for making your items, please note this is also included in the download files.

Invite:
You can print the invite on White Cardstock or what I like to do is take it to an office supplies store and have them print it on 8mil Glossy Cardstock. This makes them look professional.
Envelopes:
You should be able to find 5x7 envelopes at your local craft stores. (5.25" x 7.25" are called A7 envelopes)
4.5" x 6.25" envelopes: http://www.amazon.com/Quality-Park-Envelopes-Redi-Strip-10742/dp/B007BD0LLM
http://www.officemax.com/office-supplies/envelopes/specialty-envelopes/invitation-envelopes/product-prod3292846
http://www.staples.com/Staples-4-3-4-inch-x-6-1-2-inch-Photo-Envelopes/product_763173

Photo Banner:
There are 2 printout stencils on the pdf that you can use as a guide for the cardstock circle size. You don’t have to use the one for the printed circles just an option if you like white space around the circles. You can also use a 3.5” punch for the cardstock circles.
You can print on regular paper or use full sheet label paper (basically they are a giant sticker that is on a 8.5” x 11” paper) You can find that at your local office supplies store or craft stores and maybe even at Wal-Mart. You can also just use regular glue to glue the paper to the cardstock.
A couple ways you can do the banner is to hot glue the cardstock circles on the banner. I layout the photos to see how far apart they need to be then put a small glue line and stick the cardstock to it. Then you can find snap clips (30mm triangular snap clips) see image here: http://img0.etsystatic.com/000/0/5955083/il_fullxfull.252349400.jpg and hot glue that to the cardstock. Then you can snap the clips to hold the photos in place
Another option is to get clothespins and glue the cardstock to the clothespins with either glue or hot glue (I’m not positive how well regular glue will hold). Then you can just clip the clothespins to the ribbon.
See a photo here of a photo banner already made:
https://img1.etsystatic.com/000/0/6415275/il_570xN.317681577.jpg


Highchair Banner:
There are 2 printout stencils on the pdf that you can use as a guide for the cardstock circle size. You don’t have to use the one for the printed circles just an option if you like white space around the circles. There isn’t a big enough circle punch for these.
You can print on regular paper or use full sheet label paper (basically they are a giant sticker that is on a 8.5” x 11” paper), you can find that at your local office supplies store or craft stores and maybe even at Wal-Mart. You can also just use regular glue to glue the paper to the cardstock.
How I make the banner is to hot glue the cardstock circles onto the ribbon, or a different strong glue. I’ve never tried tape but that might work too or any other way you can think to attach it.
To see a photo of the Highchair banner already made:
https://img1.etsystatic.com/000/0/6415275/il_570xN.322016503.jpg


Pennant Birthday Banner:
For the Letters You can cut just outside the dots to give you a white boarder. Then once you have one cut, there is a triangle stencil that you can use to cut out the cardstock that goes behind the banner.
You can print the letters on regular paper or use full sheet label paper (basically they are a giant sticker that is on a 8.5” x 11” paper), you can find that at your local office supplies store or craft stores and maybe even at Wal-Mart. You can also just use regular glue to glue the paper to the cardstock.
How I make the banner is to hot glue the cardstock triangles onto the ribbon, or a different strong glue. I’ve never tried tape but that might work too or any other way you can think to attach it.
To see a photo of the Birthday banner already made:
https://img0.etsystatic.com/000/0/6415275/il_570xN.279277320.jpg

Door Sign:
The door sign can be made with or without a cardstock backing. You can print on regular paper or use full sheet label paper (basically they are a giant sticker that is on a 8.5” x 11” paper) You can find that at your local office supplies store or craft stores and maybe even at Wal-Mart. You can also just use regular glue to glue the paper to the cardstock. You can attach to your door with tape or hot glue ribbon onto the sign and hang it up.
To see an image of the door sign already made:
https://img1.etsystatic.com/000/0/6415275/il_570xN.302834919.jpg


Cupcake Toppers:
You can print on regular paper or use full sheet label paper (basically they are a giant sticker that is on a 8.5” x 11” paper), you can find that at your local office supplies store or craft stores and maybe even at Wal-Mart. You can also just use regular glue to glue the paper to the cardstock. You can find white lollipop sticks at your local craft store, and maybe even Wal-Mart, they are in the cake decorating area. Glue the sticks in-between the paper and the cardstock.
The cardstock circles might work with a 3” punch if you have one. Otherwise you can just cut them out.
To see an image of the cupcake toppers already made:
https://img1.etsystatic.com/000/0/6415275/il_570xN.305804811.jpg


Cupcake Wrappers:
Personally cupcake wrappers are more work than they are worth. It get’s messy and hard to get the cupcake wrapper the right size around the cupcake. I use tape to connect it. You can print on regular or cardstock paper. This will take longer than you think so plan accordingly before your party.
To see an image of the cupcake toppers already made:
https://img1.etsystatic.com/000/0/6415275/il_570xN.305804811.jpg


Thank You Tags:
You can print on regular paper or use full sheet label paper (basically they are a giant sticker that is on a 8.5” x 11” paper), you can find that at your local office supplies store or craft stores and maybe even at Wal-Mart. You can also just use regular glue to glue the paper to the cardstock.
The cardstock circles might work with a 3” punch if you have one, otherwise you can just cut them out. I use hot glue to attach ribbon to the thank you tags and tie them on to their gift bags.

Thank You Enclosure Cards:
You can either print on regular paper and use a cardstock for the back of it, or you can print on cardstock and not use a backing or you can print on full sheet labels and stick it directly on to your item.

Large Signs/Table Signs/Food Labels:
Print the table signs on cardstock, do not fold until time of party as they will stand up better. (for the carnival package there are additional instructions for the signs, see other file.)
See photos of it already made:
https://img1.etsystatic.com/000/0/6415275/il_570xN.305562021.jpg
https://img1.etsystatic.com/011/0/6415275/il_570xN.463891093_s8cc.jpg
https://img0.etsystatic.com/000/0/6415275/il_570xN.319027102.jpg


Thank You Notes:
Print on card stock. Then cut out.

Water Bottle Wrappers:
You can print on cardstock or use full sheet label paper (basically they are a giant sticker that is on a 8.5” x 11” paper), you can find that at your local office supplies store or craft stores and maybe even at Wal-Mart. I have found the sticker paper to work great but otherwise attach with tape or hot glue. You can also use clear packing tape to prevent them from getting wet and tearing on the outside. I haven’t tried them in a tub of ice. I just throw them in my deep freeze a few hours before the party and then set them out. I also have a big jug of water they can fill up with when their bottle is empty. There is a blank spot of on some of the wrappers where you can put your guests’ names.
To see a photo of the water bottle wrappers already made:
https://img1.etsystatic.com/000/0/6415275/il_570xN.305596729.jpg

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