Project #135: dotted Birthday invitations


Dotted Birthday Invitations By Nora Vrba from La Fête

We have a birthday coming up! And my daughter is talking all day about who is coming to her party. So we came up with the idea to send invitations.
I am always looking for diy ideas we can do together, and this one is simple and easy for both of us.


What you’ll need:
• Round multi-purpose labels in different colors (we used 8mm)
• white cardboard
• waterproof ink/pen


Step 1 – stick it
Cut the cardboard in to 10 x 15 cm pieces. Start sticking dots onto one side of the card. I just let my daughter do her thing, helping her a little with picking colors. Timing will do the trick, grab the card the moment you think it’s done!


Step 2 – finish it
On the front I wrote with waterproof ink (we have a lot of rainy weather over here 😉 “Hurray Puck 3 years” and on the back I draw some lines, as if it was a real postcard.


Step 3 – send it
Last but not least, we wrote our message to our guests. And went out to post them. Now we hope that everybody will turn up!

PS. I just found the coolest store in Berlin, modulor. They had all the colors of dots you can dream of. The good news: they have an online shop.
Happy dotting!


All images bNora Vrba 
.. La Fête 

ps. Happy Birthday dear Puck!

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