adorable birthday invitations

Today's share comes from Katharine of Katherine Elizabeth Photography.  She writes, “For my daughter's 5th birthday, I invited our whole family over for a pizza party.  I wanted to make the invitations special, so I used Designaglow's All Buttoned Up letters for the front and back of the card.  For the fabric background behind the letters, I actually found a nice, textured piece of fabric in my house and took a photo of it.  The fabric background, combined with the letters, made it look like the buttons were actually "sewn on” to the invitation.  My daughter loved it and so did her grandparents, aunts, and uncles!” Thanks for the great share, Katharine!  Your $75 gift certificate is on the way~


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