My daughter’s third birthday party was a lot of fun to plan!  I wanted to make some simple invitations for it that didn’t take a lot of time. With watercolors being a fun trend right now, I decided to spruce up my invites with a bit of watercolor paints!


You’ll need a few supplies to make a watercolor invitations:

Watercolors
Watercolor Paper (cut to 8.5 x 11 inches)
Paint brush
Pallet to mix watercolors
Printer

I created a simple invitation on my computer and printed it out in black and white onto the cut down watercolor paper.

I decided to paint a little watercolor onto some of the letters in the invitations.  I also added a few stripes to the top and bottom!  But really anything is possible!

And, just like that, the invitations went from boring to beautiful!

I loved that each invitation was a little unique. Each one was just a little bit different with each stroke of the paint brush.

I was even able to dress up the food labels with the watercolors; they really are a lot of fun to play with!

by Caroline of Armelle Blog 

Hellobee Series: Parties part 12 of 16

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2. DIY Felt Crown by Jenny @ Hank+Hunt
3. DIY Personalized Crowns by Brittany @ The House That Lars Built
4. DIY Chalkboard Crown by Jenny @ Hank+Hunt
5. DIY Magic Wand by Jenny @ Hank+Hunt
6. DIY Wand by Jenny @ Hank+Hunt
7. DIY Mini Party Tent by Jenny @ Hank+Hunt
8. DIY Felt Birthday Bunting by Jenny @ Hank+Hunt
9. DIY crepe paper fringe chandeliers by Caroline @ Armelle Blog
10. party tassel garland by Caroline @ Armelle Blog
11. Balloon Birthday Invitation by DIY
12. DIY Watercolor Invitations by Caroline @ Armelle Blog
13. DIY Animal Favor Boxes by Jenny @ Hank+Hunt
14. Custom Print on Paper Bags by Caroline @ Armelle Blog
15. DIY Clown Cupcake Toppers by Jenny @ Hank+Hunt
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