Candy Corn Invitations

This weekend is my son’s 2nd birthday party! I’m so excited for it and have SO much to do still, but I’m sure I’ll get it all done by Saturday. I never got to share my invitations with you guys yet, so I thought I’d show you how they turned out and how I used my PSA Essentials stamps to make them extra cute and personalized.

Here’s the initial invitation. I sent it to my favorite print shop and they set it against a 5×7 white background and printed for me. I used my PSA Essentials Halloween stamps to make a cute return address label and stamp over the front of the envelope.

I added a cute little ghost to my return address stamp, instead of my “D” logo they sent me, to make it extra cute and Halloweeny!

Then I took the invitations and added some orange and yellow ribbons to the top to make them a little less plain. I think it turned out perfect and not too girly with the ribbon touch added in there. I am so happy with what Carli made up for me!!! Chevron, polka dots and candy corn, what else could you want?!

The PSA stamps are so cool because they are Peel and Stick. This is super helpful because you can just pull one off and replace it with whatever you want. Easy peasy!

And look, it’s just as easy to change out the inks, as well. This stamp made getting my invitations out SO easy and FUN. I love how they ended up looking!!

I cut out small pieces of ribbon, tied them in bows, and hot glued them onto the invitations.

What do you think about my invitations?! A nice mix of happy yellow and orange birthday with candy corn/Halloween, no?! Huge thanks to Carli for an amazing Party Package (available here). that I can’t wait to share with you on Sunday. Don’t forget to check out PSA Essentials for some awesome products! I have another fun post for later this week that shows another great way to use PSA Essentials stamps–think wreath…think Candy Corn! 🙂

My name is Carli, owner, designer & creative mind behind DimplePrints. I am married to my high school sweetheart & we have 3 wonderful kids. In the beginning I simply started by wanting to share a piece of our lives with loved ones by sending cards & invitations for special occasions. With the support of family, friends & great customers, it has grown into Dimpleprints.

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