Monday, November 17, 2014

Cookie Exchange and Holiday Party Invites


I am so sorry, being a day late on the craft post. I am having a hard time bouncing back from the four day weekend. Can you believe it is December 1st already. AAAGGHHHH!

Today I wanted to share with you some invitations that I received this week that are so cute. The first is an invitation to a cookie exchange.

I think this is such a neat idea and perfect for the occasion! I am not sure what she used, but top colored section is printed on white paper.  There is the cutest saying.....


I know it is hard to read so I included it below:

Enjoy festive cocktails, something savory and something sweet....
Bring 3 dozen of your favorite holiday cookies or treat,
And an empty container for the ones you take home to eat!

On the bottom section of the invitation is date, time, addressed (covered up) and RSVP information.  It has really nice ribbon tied in the center of a hole punch. The ribbon is red with white glittery 'Merry Christmas" on it.  So appropriate and adds just the right touch.


The back of the invitation (and what the printed paper is adhered to) is a recipe card.  I just think this idea is so adorable - a perfect, quick and easy invitation!

The other invitation in the mailbox this week was to an annual neighborhood party.  My neighbor made her invites too - and they are fabulous. I think they are pretty to easy to make as well.


This is lime green glitter paper (about 4x6) with a white piece of paper adhere on the glitter paper. The white paper is printed with red ink. The invitation has all the pertain information: event, date, time, place and RSVP information. Added at the top of the invitation is a candy cane embellishment. You can purchase the embellishment (or similar ones) at Michael's, Joann's or AC Moore.

Another super easy, but festival and professionally looking invitations.  So if you haven't' gotten your holiday party invitations out - this weekend would be the perfect time to work on them. How about organizing a cookie exchange with neighbors, good friends, co-workers, and other friends. Think how much fun you can have and the invitation above is so "theme" perfect!

Thanks for stopping by today! Have a great weekend working on your holiday invitations!

I originally posted at Outnumbered 3 to 1.


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