I’m a big fan of using MDS for school projects – and with lots of summer parties & family reunions coming up, I thought it might be fun to share an invitation idea that I created for our PTO’s annual Teacher Appreciation Luncheon this past spring. The party theme was East Asian and the food, invitations, party decorations — everything matched!
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The papers and embellishments are from the Spring to Life Kit Digital Download (see the kit online). And you can use the kit elements in any program, if you prefer to do your digital crafting in Photoshop or another software package.
The envelope wrapping was closed with a stamped flower punched from card stock. Stampin’ Dimensionals make a great closure element for things like this — they stick well enough to hold the paper closed, but they peel up easily enough to open when the envelope is received!
The final element from our luncheon project was a recipe booklet including all the recipes for food served (fabulous food!). Teachers and staff each got to take home the booklet with a cover to match the theme for the luncheon.
As you’re planning your own party invites this year, be sure to look at the digital art that’s available from my online Stampin’ Up! store. With so much great art, you’re sure to find something perfect for YOUR event!
Have you been using MDS? Be sure you check the latest digital downloads!
Or looking for MDS project ideas? Here are a variety of MDS project ideas on my blog.
Or looking for some free MDS training? Here are some free MDS tutorials from my blog that you might find helpful!