How to Make a Paint Chip Party Invite
paint chips (you'll need 2 for each invite)
white card stock
metal ruler or straight edge
Create Change of Address and Party Details Cards
Print or hand-write info onto white card stock, making sure that the block of copy is at least 1/2" smaller on all sides than the paint chip. Use a ruler to mark cut lines, then use scissors to cut out cards. Create one change of address and party details card for each recipient.
Prep Paint Chip
Place change-of-address card on back of paint chip and mark its outside dimensions. Use the ruler to find the center of the paint chip and mark a 1"-wide strip that will act as a slot for inserting the card. Use the craft knife to cut out the slot (Image 1). Apply glue to the back of the paint chip (Image 2), then attach a second paint chip to create a colorful back to your invite (Image 3).
Slip the change-of-address announcement into the cut slot (Image 1) and glue the cut-out party info to the invite's back side (Image 2). Place each finished invitation in a colorful envelope and send out 2 weeks before your party.