alphabet invitation set

Today is the day. Finally! I've been working on this project for what seems like a very long time. As I was working on my Alphabet Flash Cards I designed these party sets (purple/orange and green/blue) and the additional illustrations needed for the favor boxes. Three illustrations per letter of the alphabet. Phew.



A new detail with to this set is that the PDF for the invitations is editable. You can type in all the information for your party, press print, cut and you're done. No more cramped hand from writing a dozen invitations.



The boxes are also sold in sets of four (purple/orange or blue/green) - you select the initials you need.



I will be using the purple/orange combination for my little C's birthday next month. The alphabet boxes came in handy for Valentine's day as well. I gave each of the kids a box with some Hershey kisses in them. I was surprised to find that I could fit 2 dozen little chocolates into each box. Fear not, I did not give them that many at all. We definitely do not need the kids bouncing off the walls!

A big thank you to Heather (who I was lucky to meet at Mom 2 Summit) for her sweet words in mentioning my alphabet cards on her blog last week! Her design blog is also a wonderful and inspiring place to visit. Thank you Heather!

13 comments:

  1. Yay! Love it. I will definitely be planning my daughter's birthday around these this year.

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  2. You can congratulate yourself on a job very well done! You deserve a prize for all the work involved in these.

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  3. Thanks everyone! :)

    Michelle - My prize = catching up on all my favorite blogs. I fee like I've become a blog hermit!

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  4. These are SO great, Patricia!

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  5. I love these little boxes and matching party sets. They are truly adorable.

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  6. Three little illustrations for each letter? That's quite a challenge! What, pray tell, did you use for Q? X? J?

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  7. Thank you so much everyone! :)

    Kristina - yes, I made three illustrations for each letters. They are for the three sides that don't have the initial on them. I repeated one illustration for the bottom.

    J: jar, jacket, jump rope
    Q: queen, quail, question mark
    X: xylophone, xray, xenops (a type of bird)

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  8. *LOVELY* You always have great ideas!!

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  9. It looks great ! I love the color combo!

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  10. These are very cute! What a great idea!

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  11. Very nice boxes! And very good idea about the invitations being editable!

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