I have experienced almost the sweet and sour thing when hosting a birthday party. A few years back, this is all new to me – hosting kids’ parties, as a parent of one – so I had zero idea what you do with regards to celebrating little ones’ birthdays when they’re too young to remember.
We could have just done a play date and cake and it would’ve been perfectly acceptable. We could have done nothing and that would’ve been fine too. But, just like at Christmas, I love to make a thing of festivities; get my craft on and create something cool, because if you can, why not? And sometimes a challenge is all part of the fun! To help you get started, you can use this as the foundation of your upcoming party.
I remembered seeing some decorations using a giant backdrop with adorable cartoon scenery which I thought was a cool idea. Thus, I made this with that in printed in my mind. I threaded the simple or minimalist invitation design up onto more complicated ones, hopping it will help you to show off your party and its awesome knick-knacks. Decorated with lovely Hey Duggee’s characters (Duggee, Roly, Norrie, Tag and Betty) and colorful text, I think you already have gotten rid one of the main obstacle when hosting kid’s birthday party.
Have you made up your choice?
If you already had something in your mind, then the next step would be downloading our template to your device. To download our template, isn’t that hard, by the way, you just need to follow this guide:
- Scroll-up a bit and you should see the provided link that says “Download … PDF 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.