Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Harry Potter Party: The Invitations

For our Harry Potter party invitations, I was inspired by many ticket invitations I came across during my idea search.  In the end, I created our ticket to be printed onto a parchment-style card stock. Originally, I though I might print them on plain white card stock, so I created a colored parchment-style background.  


I wish I could create a custom invitation for anyone who wants one, but I know that would never happen.  I think I was able to get pretty close with this set of tickets.  I removed all of the unique information, and I put a couple of options into a PNG file.  If you're used to creating graphics, you should be able to add your own text in a few places and create your very own Harry Potter party invitation.  


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16 comments:

  1. Anonymous4:50 PM

    Those are awesome, Thx! I'll have to try it out.

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  2. Anonymous1:37 AM

    Love this! Thanks so much!

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  3. Anonymous10:58 AM

    Obrigada!!!

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  4. Anonymous11:33 AM

    Those are so great! Really like them, thank you so much! hope you have a lovely day :) xo

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  5. I'd found and fell in love with the completed image a week or so ago, and intended to use it, but I can't thank you enough for doing the hard work that I thought I would have to do myself. What you left me with will be quite easy to use. I can't thank you enough!

    I don't suppose you'd like to share which fonts you used, or considered? "Font Quest" is next on my to-do list.

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  6. Hi! Thank you so much for the lovely templates! I was wondering which font you used for the 'RSVP' and '2014'?

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    1. Hi Amy! I'm thinking that the font is Sunday Best plain engraved.

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  7. Thanks!!!! I love this~you're awesome to share!

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  8. Anonymous11:27 AM

    thanks so much, this is perfect!

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  9. Thanks for sharing!!!!!

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  10. Thank you for sharing! These will work perfect for reminders

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  11. Anonymous9:03 AM

    I can't save the file. Can someone give me instructions on how to save it?

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    1. I did right click, save file as. That allowed me to download to my desktop. Hope that helps.

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  12. Thanks! Made great party invites for my 9 year old!

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  13. I need to send this electronically to a few people. How can I save this with just the front ticket image? I used the parchment looking template.

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    1. Hi Sara! Once you have saved your finished page as a JPEG, you should be able to crop it down to only include the one ticket you've chosen to use.

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