”Tis the season for house-warming! If you or someone you know is moving or buying a new house, why not have a housewarming party to celebrate?!
Here is a great idea for tasteful housewarming party invitation. And, it is super easy to make!
Just start with a solid color base sheet. Here, I chose a light yellow. Next, choose a coordinating lightly printed paper. The one I found is a light green color with a very faint swirl pattern to it.
For the text sheet, I chose a cream solid sheet. For the text itself, I chose a layout using a cursive font for the main body and a print font for the words, “Help us make our house a home…” I printed the text in a brown ink that blended better with the colors of the papers than a traditional black would have.
Rather than cutting a straight edge for the text sheet, I decided that a ripped egde would look better. Ripping an edge is easy and looks great.
Next, I used some metal brads and fastened them to the corners of the printed sheet. I think that the brads give a good texture and ‘home-y’ look to it.
I then made a tag using left-over cream and yellow paper and I freehanded the words “New Home” on it.
For the finishing touch, I wrapped the print and text sheets in a raffia and tied on the tag.
This design could be used for any number of invitations such as an anniversary. It’s also very easy to make, which means making a large number of these isn’t a problem.
Let me know of other housewarming invitations you’ve made!