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My oldest asked for a science party this year. He is turning 8 (which is so exciting, and a big deal round these parts. Want to know why, click here). He LOVES science and seriously wants to be a scientist so bad. It’s super cute. At the end of the school year his teacher awarded him the “Super Science” award, and he was SO thrilled!
On to the party planning stages! First things first, you’ve got to get the invitations out. Since it was a science party, I wanted to do something fun and cute and easy (because that’s why I have this blog, to show you stuff can be cute and not complicated), and inexpensive (the other reason I have this blog, to show you that you can do a party without spending $12,000 to do it. Lol).
I looked around good ol’ Pintrest for ideas (who doesn’t) and we decided that a beaker could be perfect. I created the shape myself (yay, I figured out how to do something) in my Silhouette Studio program, and then made it so I could share it with all of you! Yay!
We have two parts for this science birthday party invitation. I know they both look the same, but I promise they are slightly different sizes. For best results, you can get Part 1 here, and Part 2 here. To add text from the computer, you’ll need to use a photo editing type program. PicMonkey is free and there are tons of tutorials on how to use it. Or you could print them and just write the information on it yourself. 🙂
Just open then up where you can add text to them, and put the party information on them. I did part 1 in a color, and part 2 in white. I love how they turned out! So fun and cute. Here is the exact wording I used on them.