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  • Party Invitation
    You’ll need
      • Cream card and paper
      • Purple feathers
      • Wooden cocktail sticks
      • Gold wired cord
      • Gold star confetti
      • Hole punch
      • Hot glue gun
      • 3M Spray Mount
      • Computer
      • Pencil, craft knife, cutting mat and rule
      1. Cut the cream card into A5 size. On a computer type out your invitation, choosing a suitable font, and centre align the text. Place a box around the text, slightly smaller than the A5 card and print out on cream paper in a purple shade.

      2. Cut around the edge of the box, then stick this using spray adhesive to the centre of the cream card. Trim the end of a feather into a point; you may want to trim a little off the length as well, remember you will need all the invitations to look uniform.

      3. Using a hot glue gun, stick the feather to the end of a cocktail stick, then fix a gold star to the base of the feather. Tie a bow in a length of wired gold cord, then stick this below the star.

      4. Make two holes at the top left-hand corner in which to thread the feathered cocktail stick. Write your message inside and hand to your recipients.

     
     
    Party Invitation
    You’ll need
      • Cream card and paper
      • Purple feathers
      • Wooden cocktail sticks
      • Gold wired cord
      • Gold star confetti
      • Hole punch
      • Hot glue gun
      • 3M Spray Mount
      • Computer
      • Pencil, craft knife, cutting mat and rule
      1. Cut the cream card into A5 size. On a computer type out your invitation, choosing a suitable font, and centre align the text. Place a box around the text, slightly smaller than the A5 card and print out on cream paper in a purple shade.

      2. Cut around the edge of the box, then stick this using spray adhesive to the centre of the cream card. Trim the end of a feather into a point; you may want to trim a little off the length as well, remember you will need all the invitations to look uniform.

      3. Using a hot glue gun, stick the feather to the end of a cocktail stick, then fix a gold star to the base of the feather. Tie a bow in a length of wired gold cord, then stick this below the star.

      4. Make two holes at the top left-hand corner in which to thread the feathered cocktail stick. Write your message inside and hand to your recipients.