The Jule Box Studios

"Making memories and celebrating moments with pretty crafty things!"

Hello everyone!
 
Today I wanna share some birthday party invites I made a couple weeks ago for Anna’s 18th Birthday party!! Yeah…18, I’m still in denial! LOL
 
Anyhow, I had the 12×12 Primas “Nature’s Garden” paper collection I wanted to use. I LOVED side A of the collection. Side B was a little too purple and gray for me, although the images were exquisite! 🙂 
Thanks Jodie Lee for the awesome design! It’s a favorite for sure!!  So I used this collection for the 12 invites and also used -3- 12×12 sheets I punched a border design on them for the cake and present table
….it was so pretty!
 
I recycled 4 glass Starbucks bottles. I saved about 8 of them, but used 4 and they worked great for small flower arrangements on the cake table!
 
Let me apologize that I don’t have the video tutorial for these, I really wish I could have had one but this was during the time when I had no internet and had 2 laptops in the shop and I was stressed. When I finally had some connection I did a search on Pinterest and found an awesome picture of a card that totally inspired me!!! AHHH, you guys, this lady is so talented, her name is Anne and her blog is mesmerizing! 
You must visit her at “Anne’s Paper Fun” she is a 
designer for Wild Orchid Crafts Blog design team! 
Her work is amazing! Thanks Anne!
 
Products I used:

Prima’s “Nature Garden” paper collection
Lace from my stash
(what you see wrapped around my basket)
Patsy’s Seam Binding at “Prairie Bird Boutique”
White card stock, my stash
Flowers and flat back pearls from Wild Orchid Crafts
“Vintage Photo” distress ink
Martha Stewart punches:
“Floral Vine Deep Edge” and “Deco Fan” edge punch
“Classic”  and the 3 in 1 “Classic” butterfly punch
Spellbinders Shapeabilities die “Fleur De Lis Accents”
Glimmer Mist “Old Lace”
Lindy’s Stamp Gang “Royal Crimson Fire”
Basket from Joann’s at 50% off
Burlap flowers I made
Cheese Cloth, my stash
Paper doilies, my stash

I’ll be sharing the birthday card in the next post which I also used the “Nature Garden” paper collection to make it. I’ll also share the gift I made for her. She said she really loved it…so that made me happy! 🙂

I appreciate you stopping by to see what I made. I hope it inspires you to create for a party or gathering! Enjoy the gallery below!

I made about 10 of each color, the pink ones for the girls and the green ones for the boys! I loved these!

The altered bottles and placemats!

Happy 18th Birthday Anna!!

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