With the kid’s 1st birthday quickly approaching, I realized I had better get some invitations made for her birthday party. As many of you already know, I am a PicMonkey whore. There, I said it. I love all of the cool things it lets you do with photos. And I’m not talking the Royale features. I’m talking the free features. Y’all know I’m too cheap to pay for that stuff! I have used PicMonkey for my master bedroom wall art, my blog design, and to make my pictures “pin-worthy,” among other things. So, with the help of PicMonkey, I whipped up some pretty stellar invitations.
Isn’t it adorable? If you read about my birthday party inspiration, then you already know the “theme” is pink and blue. If you didn’t, go here to read it. This invitation was pretty simple to make. Here’s how to create an invitation in PicMonkey:
The first thing you want to do is upload an image for your background. I used a chalkboard background I found for free here. Next, add any other overlays you want to use. I added the blue borders I found here. The banners and labels were all found on PicMonkey. I put where you can find them in the image above. Now, its time to add your text.
All you do is add the text box and place it where you want it on the image. I put what fonts I used where in the image above. Save it, send it off, and you have a customized birthday party invitation for the non-customized price! I printed mine out in a 5×7 through mpix.
What amazing things have you done with PicMonkey?