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One easy way to make a celebration more memorable is to come up with a theme. So today we’re going to help you cross that task off your list of things to do! Our designer Krista illustrated these adorable swan baby shower invitations and birthday invitations (based on her swan banner) for you to use. Aren’t they so sweet? All you have to do is edit the details, print however many you need, and mail them out.
Of course we have plenty more baby shower ideas for you as well as fun crafts for kids’ birthdays. Once you print your cards, you’ll have plenty of time to explore all of the things you could make (this paper craft would be perfect for a swan baby shower theme!). And if you need any help, just let us know.
We love creating printable invitations for all kinds of occasions. Birthdays, baby showers, weddings…you name it! As a member of our crafting community, you can save a lot of money by just downloading one of our customizable invites. Plus we’re always coming out with new designs!
For today’s DIY project, you have your choice between our swan baby shower invitations and our swan birthday invitations. You can edit all of the surrounding text to say whatever you want, or use our suggested text as a template for what to say in your invitation. Just download the free font, Apple Garamond, and you’ll be all set to edit these pretty invites.
Another fun party idea would be to print this paper crown. It’s perfect for both kids and adults, so it works for either a swan baby shower or birthday. Plus it complements the crown on the swan!
However you decorate, we hope you have fun! ~ Lia and team
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- Download the editable PDF below for your swan baby shower or birthday party and the free font Apple Garamond.
- Save the PDF to your desktop; then edit using Adobe Reader or Acrobat. Save PDF again with your changes.
- Print on white cardstock; then trim along gray lines. The final size will be 5″x7″.
- Download and print the envelope liner; trim to size then insert inside A7 envelope with a square flap edge. Secure with a small strip of adhesive
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