How to Throw an Escape Room Birthday Party at Home
A DIY escape room party is a great way to celebrate without having to worry about the gender boundaries, because it’s a gender-neutral theme that both boy and girl are allowed to feature it in their party. Would your tween or teen love to have this kind of party at home? But you have no idea where to begin? This page is going to teach you how to …
Create an awesome puzzle escape room birthday invitations
To make it easier, you can consider this vintage style template as your party invitations. I bet you might have seen it somewhere but don’t know where it was. It was inspired by the classic, 60’s-70’s style poster, and most of would know and notice it displayed in a bar, museum or sort of.
I started to create the iconic grunge style border design, painted it in dark and slightly lighter grey color. After that, I moved to the base by adding rustic paper style background and I was surprised by how great it is when paired with thin sans sheriff font-styles. There is also bunch of things here that will show it to your guests that you’re going to have an awesome Puzzle Escape Room themed birthday party for your kid. From the lockbox to the timeless key that is hard to found, especially these days.
How to Download
If you’re ready to keep it as yours, you may need these following simple instructions,
- Right-Click each one of your selection.
- Then Select “Save Image As”, locate the destination folder.
- Click “Save” or tap “Enter” to start the download process.
- Open and edit the file/template with Adobe Photoshop or Ms. Word or Paint.
If you choose to send out the invites digitally, like using social media platform, it’d be much easier for you to do that. Since the file has JPG format, you can even download or edit the template file in your smartphone, insert your text onto the template and send it to your guest through Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other type of social media platform you had.