Put your personality into this year’s Halloween Party Invitation
It’s even easier than 1-2-3 to find a terrific Halloween graphic, add your own note and have your invitation printed on super metallic-glossy photo card stock.
Store-bought invitations just don’t cut it — they’re boring. Follow along as I show you how easily I created my own invite to convey my own special Halloween party message.
Create your own card in minutes and have them delivered within a few days. Plenty of time to address those spooky black envelopes and send to all your friends. Oh, and did I mention that these invitations come with BLACK envelopes — how perfect is that!!
Halloween is my favorite holiday.
I decorate. I plan. I invite friends over for a party and bonfire, sometimes even a treasure hunt for the kids. There is so much you can do to have fun on Halloween. So it’s no wonder I’m particular about the invitations I send out. I want them to convey my personality, my humor and the intent of the party to be a howling success! I decided to send out customized 5″x7″ HotNotes Metallic Photo Greeting Cards. Here’s how I did it:
- Upload a photo (maybe from last year’s party??) to lifephoto.com. I didn’t have a great photo, so I selected a graphic that fit my Halloween mood from Microsoft’s Clip Art site (free). Saved it to my computer, then uploaded it to lifephoto.
- Pick out a template. HotNotes offer 9 templates which take from 1 to 5 photos or uploaded graphics of your choice.
- Drag your photos or graphics into place, add your text message, then order.
It’s just that easy. Took me 5-10 minutes, including time to pick out a Halloween graphic — the clip art site had 69 images from which to select.
Black Envelopes — Ideal for Halloween Cards
The envelopes are absolutely the perfect complement to a Halloween invitation. And they’re included in the price! But the real treat is viewing the actual 5″x7″ card — with its wonderful color clarity on a liquid-like glossy finish. Pictures cannot convey that look — you just have to see it for yourself. The blues, silver and gold tones of my witch graphic really “pop” on this special photograph card stock.
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