Jennifer Perkins: What was ones party the invitation is now a party favor. They’re super easy and super quick. Starting with the sparkly bat, the first thing you want to do is make a little invitation and print it out on some orange card stock or whatever color tickles your fancy. You can see here that I have it in my paper and that’s because I’m going to put a little bat template on there. This just made up of cardboard and it seen right up pulled him down and either a craft knife and trace them out or trace them with the pen and then cut them out with scissors. Now, we need to get our sparkling black foam on there. I could both again use my crafts knife or a flip it over to this door back side and use a pencil to trace them and cut them out with scissors.
Now you have your orange invitation and you have your black sparkles and together align them up so that you get the orange they form invitation awesomeness. The next thing I would do is glue on a couple of goodly eyes because everything is with goodly eyes. The fun part about this invitation is the inside of it is actually a little picture frame. We need to glue our bat down but this part is where gets a little tricky. You don’t want to glue all this down right here at the top of you little bat but we want to go you know all the way around is little wing span. And then some people looking to the picture and you wan t to be stricken to the fridge after the party. You add some magnetic tape to the back, now these just come with little sticky back on them. So, you just fill out the back, stick it on, get our little friend again, sticks him in and there he is two for one special, that’s what I’m talking about. Very fun, very easy and everybody is going to come to your party.
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