I live deep down in the South, and it’s getting hot outside. And every year, when the weather turns hot, I start making two things: Cocktails and Popsicles. So this year, I decided to combine the two and throw a popsicles and booze party.
First things first: Invitations. Once I started designing the invitations for this party, I knew right away that I wanted to share them with you.
Popsicle Party Invitation
For this project, you’re going to need:
- Popsicle Party Invitation Printable (see below)
- Heavy Card Stock
- Popsicle Sticks (mine were 4-1/2 inches long)
- Adhesive (I found double stick tape worked better than glue, but it’s up to you)
1. Print out printable onto card stock (using the link at the end of this post). One printable is good for three invitations, so print as many as you need. Cut out each popsicle (keeping the two pieces joined at the top).
2. Fold each popsicle section in half where the two pieces join. TIP: It’s easier to snip out the little cut-out at the top of the cards after they’re folded.
3. Adhere the stick to the inside of the FRONT of the card. This may seem counter-intuitive, but if you put the stick on the inside of the back, you won’t have anywhere to write. This picture may make it a little clearer:
And that’s it! It’s a super-simple design, but one that has a lot of different uses. If you aren’t having a popsicle party, why not use the printable for invitations to a kid’s birthday party, an ice cream social, or even a cookout. Or use them as thank you cards or add them to hostess gifts. However you use them, I hope these little cards will be good company all summer long!
Click The Image Below To Download The Free Printable
If you want to share this printable, please just make sure you credit me. (And please don’t use it for any commercial uses without my permission — not like you would!) Thanks so much and enjoy!
Make sure you stay tuned to see how the party goes.
SPOILER ALERT: There will be boozy popsicle recipes in the near future.
And as always, I would love to hear from you. If you use this printable, let me know what you did with it! You can leave a comment on this blog post, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or find me on facebook or twitter.