Allow the birthday child to decorate the card with you.
A roller skating party is exciting for youngsters who gather with their friends and spend the day on wheels. Punch holes into the edge of the skate, at the back of the foot. She continues to keep ahead of parenting methods and is eager to share them through her professional writing. Tip Allow the birthday child to decorate the card with you. Pair off the roller skate card stock images.
Cut out the roller skate template. The party is easy for parents who choose a roller rink because they're allowed to skip out on supplying the party place and cleaning up after.
Open the card to make sure it resembles an invitation with the decorative part facing out and the information facing the reader as soon as the card is opened. If the party is at a roller rink, include a "regrets only" line to avoid an abundance of phone calls.
Dont Go! Cut out the roller skate from the card stock, copying and cutting two roller skate images per one invitation. Whether the party is on the pavement or in the rink, the homemade invitations add a personal touch. About the Author Rebecca Mayglothling has worked directly with toddlers and preschoolers for more than three years. Lay it on the card stock and trace the shape with the pencil.
Stack the decorated skate on top of the information skate, decorated side facing out and information facing in. Decorate the first roller skate with crayons, glitter, greetings or stickers. Slide the brass fasteners through the hole starting at the front of the card.
Rebecca Mayglothling has worked directly with toddlers and preschoolers for more than three years. Flip over the card and spread the fasteners to hold the card together. For the creative family, making homemade roller skating birthday party invitations is not only fun, but also economical. She has published numerous lesson plans online as well as parenting and teaching advice.
Set that skate aside and list the party information on the second roller skate.