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Vintage Fourth of July Party Invitation and Envelope Liner

Vintage Fourth Of July Invitations To finish out the first week of June, I have decided to include the printable invitation and envelope liner for the Vintage Fourth of July event that party planner Lisa Frank and I recently created and photographed just for you. This party will be featured on one of my favorite party sites, Pizzazzerie this upcoming Monday, so make sure you pop over there and get the first look. It is adorable! To customize the invitation, first download the free font Museo Slab and install it on your computer. Once the invitation PDF is open in Acrobat, just click on the place holder text and type in your own. It is that easy. The second page of the printable is the envelope liner designed for an A6 square flap envelope. I love the red polka dot liner with the kraft envelopes since the look coordinates with the kit. For this kit I used my pinking sheers for the zigzag edge as it adds to the vintage style. Enjoy! ~ Lia

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  1. très joli travail ! (bien qu’Européenne, j’aime beaucoup les USA) merci pour le partage, j’ai créé un lien ici :

  2. These are terrific – hoping you might post a printable and instructions for the pin wheel too for those of us not hosting a party! Great worsk as usual Lia

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