I’d never heard of Minecraft before this spring. My children are both over the age of ten, and I no longer watch a lot of children’s programming. But, as his third birthday approached, my nephew declared that nothing but a DIY birthday party would do the blessing for him.
Why do kids love Minecraft so much?
The main reason, in my opinion, is that this “sandbox” game can include engaging their minds creatively, building things from their vast imagination. So, is it safe for my children? If you ask me, I’d say a resounding YES. Because it is typically recommended for children aged 8 and up.
This Aunt would undoubtedly be required to assist in making his birthday so memorable. I was delighted to fulfill all of Blaze’s birthday wishes. So, to prepare for our small family gathering, I watched a few episodes and got some ideas for a fun party invitation card based on the actual show. To cut a long story short, please take a look at these.
I kept everything simple here, with colorful pre-written text, in which you can replace it with ease. So, no need to worry about it will take your precious time anymore!
Follow this instruction to download our templates:
- Scroll-up a bit and you should see the provided link that says “Download Free … Invitation here”, point your mouse pointer there and click it.
- You are going to see Google Drive Page in seconds and now you can download the file by clicking the download button or drop-down arrow (Almost on the top right of your display)
- Tap “Enter” to start the download process.
- Edit the file using Adobe Reader or Foxit Reader or any PDF editor.
For printing material, you can get some information from Google. Carefully think which paper material that suit your best, either Cardstock or Linen or even Kraft paper. Most paper has various kinds of colors, textures, as well as thicknesses. The universal standard for printing-sizes is 5×7 inches.