This vibrant and colorful art party came to me from Katie Guess, created for her daughter Olivia's 2nd birthday at the Marbles Museum. Highlights include custom crayons and invitations created as coloring pages, handmade pocket aprons and the infamous rainbow cake. There is so much true originality in these party details! Read on for more creative ideas from Katie...
Every once in a while, my real world and blog worlds collide and it's always exciting when they do. I first talked to Jill of Paperbox Press about her growing party invitation and stationary business over a year ago online. About 6 months later after Caitlin was born, I joined a local mom's club and discovered she was also a member- I had no idea we even lived in the same state! Like I said, small world. Anyway, I've been meaning to share some of Jill's products and designs for a while, and that time is now... here are just a few examples of all her shop offers.
I'd recommend these party invitations not just for the cute designs, but also for their print quality. I had a chance to see them in person and they come on a soft, thick cardstock that looks and feels great, even with double-sided printing (a very cool option as you can see below).
Best of all, this month Jill is offering some adorable FREE printable Valentine's Day Cards. You can download and print as many as you want for free, or have them customized for only $6. They make perfect little valentine notes for classmates, teachers and loved ones. Take advantage & enjoy!