How to Create a Hello Kitty Party Invitation

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How to Create a Hello Kitty Party Invitation
Place your Hello Kitty party invitation into a greeting card envelope for delivering. (enveloppes image by Gautier Willaume from Fotolia.com)

A popular cartoon feline icon, Hello Kitty makes a party theme option for any fan of the cartoon character. Match your Hello Kitty party with invitations featuring the character to incorporate the theme throughout all parts of the party. Look for Hello Kitty stickers and pictures at craft stores and on the Internet.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Card stock paper or plain paper
  • Markers
  • Hello Kitty stickers, stencils or pictures
  • Scissors (optional)
  • Tape or glue (optional)
  • Greeting card envelopes

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Fold a piece of card stock in half, width-wise to create a 5-1/2- inch by 81/2-inch card.

  2. 2

    Use the markers to write on the front of the card the beginning of your invite. Gear the invitation to the occasion for the party. For instance: "Hello Kitty invites you to...", "You are invited to a Hello Kitty party" or "Celebrate with Hello Kitty...."

  3. 3

    Open the card, and write on the inside of it the remainder of the invitation. For instance: "...a fun-filled Hello Kitty party!", "Let's celebrate at a Hello Kitty party!" or "...come party with me and Hello Kitty!"

  4. 4

    Attach Hello Kitty stickers to the front and inside of the card. Alternatively, cut out Hello Kitty pictures with scissors, and tape or glue them to the card. Trace stencils of Hello Kitty if you cannot find stickers or pictures.

  5. 5

    Place the Hello Kitty party invitation into a greeting card envelope and address it for mailing, or hand deliver the card to the recipient.

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