Race Car Party Invitations
Race Car Party Invitation
Get your engines started for a race car birthday party. Every boy likes their racing cars and would love a birthday party of the same theme.
For a different twist party invitations we thought we'd create these traffic light invites. They were really very simple to make and did not require much time at all. We did cheat a little and printed the invitation wording instead of hand writing it, but i f you'd have seen my handwriting you would understand why i printed them.
They are easy enough to make that the birthday boy (or girl) can help you putting the invites together.
So if your little boy is feeling the need for speed, then make your own traffic light invitations.
Supplies to make popsicle invitation
Print or write the wording onto the colored card
Use a glass or circle template to trace around with a pencil then cut out each of the lights.
Adhere the three 'lights' to the black base card with double sided foam tape. The foam tape allows each of the lights to 'pop' off the card.
You can choose to use plain double sided tape or a glue stick to adhere the lights if you do not have access to foam tape.
Another view of the front of the invitation card with the red and green lights adhered to base card with foam tape.
You will notice the 3D look it has. The order of color for traffic lights is Red at the top then amber/orange then green for go at the bottom.
Now we have our completed invitation card. Pop it into a black envelope and send it off to your guests.
Such a simple design. Thanks to Charlotte for sharing her homemade Race Car party invitations with us.
Traffic light invitation wording
The wording that we used was very simple.
You are invited to a racing car party for
Tyler's 4th Birthday
Party location and address
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