For my friend’s baby shower that I hosted, I hand made the enchanted forest baby shower invitations. I think they turned out super cute!
Enchanted Forest Baby Shower Invitation
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Supplies needed:
To make the outside of the invitation, I started with some blue sky paper and cut it to fit the top 2/3 of the card. I cut a piece of green textured cardstock to fit the bottom 1/3 of the card and used my Fiskars grass punch to cut out the grass design.
invitation 2
Grass Border Punch

The deer and the owl were cut using my Cricut and the Create a Critter cartridge. This has got to be one of my favorite cartridges. The critters are so cute! For the owl, I used mint textured card stock, light tan card stock, brown card stock and light brown card stock.

For the deer, I used brown textured card stock, light tan card stock and black card stock.

Create a Critter Cricut Cartridge

Create a Critter Cartridge

 I printed the saying onto vellum, cut it out and attached it with Terrifically Tacky Tape. I made a small bow with blue ribbon and used the Terrifically Tacky Tape to attach the bow to the vellum. This also worked to hide the piece of tape I used to attach the vellum to the card.
On the inside, I was originally planning on printing the invitation information directly to the blank card, but my printer would jam every time I would feed one through. So, I improvised and printed out the details on plain white card stock and adhered it to the inside of the card.
inside of invitation
invitation 1

Laura Silva

3 Comments on Baby Shower: Invitations

  1. Hey Laura! Thanks for your comment on my blog The cartridge I used for most of the flowers was accent essentials. I’m your newest follower and I’d love it if you’d follow me to! See ya round blog world!

  2. So cute! I’m sure all your hard work was very much appreciated – hopefully you didn’t have too many to make! Thanks so much for linking up to The Creative Spark – I really appreciate it! Off to tour around your blog a bit more!
    Jenn :)

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