Hello! Today is the perfect time to learn on how to create cute and adorable invitation card for your kid’s birthday party. A couple days ago, I also have shared two designs that also works great for kids’ birthday party, Disney Princess and Gold Glitter Minnie, don’t miss it, so make sure to check them out.
Our guest star today is “Coco”, yup, it’s a computer-animated film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. The story follows a 12-year-old boy named Miguel who is accidentally transported to the Land of the Dead, and so forth. This cute little boy, Miguel, inspired me to bring him into six invitation card design in this article.
I’ve drew a bunch of cute graphics and gathered it into cute pattern as the background design of today’s Coco invites. At the left side of the card, you will get large frame, it allows you to insert your kid’s picture or photo in it. On other side, which is the right section of the card, you will get bracket frame, this bracket will accommodate all the detailed party information you had.
In addition, in between those Picture frame and Bracket Frame, you also got cute Miguel and Hector playing guitar and so on. Since it’s editable with Ms. Word, you also had an option to add another details, such as “other character’s graphics from the original film”, replacing the font-styles, and bunch of other stuffs.
DOWNLOAD COCO BIRTHDAY TEMPLATES HERE
Here are short lists of what you need to do:
- Download the file: Click the download link (Above) > Wait > Click “download” (in Google Drive) > Locate the folder and Enter to start the process.
- If the download process is finished, to be able to edit/personalize our template, you’re going to open them with third-party software, which is Ms. Word 2007 or above.
Once you’ve finished the editing session, you probably can’t wait to see how it will look like, right? Okay2x. but before you can jump to the last step, you must install all provided fonts first. After that you can open the file, insert your text and print it on cardstock paper (5×7 format).
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