Thursday, January 12, 2012

Printables: Vintage Book Birthday Suite Update

I loved planning and hosting Tess's first birthday party last summer, so it always makes me happy when someone wants to use the printables for a party of her own. I had a request for a version of the original with a bit more of the pink and aqua and I started thinking about all the other fun variations that were possible so I couldn't resist taking a run at it. It was so fun! I think I may like this updated suite of Vintage Book Birthday printables even more than the original.

In addition to all the original designs, I added options for the bookmarks, bookplates, place cards and labels with eyelet borders, a combination of solid and dashed stripes in aqua and pink, more scallops, and a printed paper that looks a bit like vintage wallpaper. 

There is a new version of the accordion fold invitation, as well as some simple folded invitations and a bunch of different thank you note cards.

The suite of Vintage Book Birthday printables is available in my Etsy shop as an editable PDF (there are form fields for customizing for a first or other birthday before printing). It's 30% off for January with the coupon code INTRO30 (there is a link for entering it during checkout). 

And, suite or no suite, you can download my favorite thank you notes free. I hope you like them. I think they are sweet.

Download the thank you note here (establishing an account or logging in with your Facebook account is required).  Enjoy!


RedSparrow said...

Adorable! Thanks for sharing!

Anneliese said...

You are so welcome!

Kristyn said...

I love love all your blogs! After I saw Tess' birthday post I already decided when my daughter turns 1 in a little over 4 months I am doing this theme! It's adorable. Already starting to stalk up on decorations! I am in the market for a new printer, I was just curious in what kind of printer you use for your crafts?! I go back and forth on laser and inkjets. Thank you so much for posting your blogs!

Anneliese said...

Thanks, Kristyn. You know, we have a laser printer at home, but lately I have been heading to a printshop (Office Depot or FedEx office) to print the party stuff because their color is so much more vibrant. I did print my own for some of the Vintage Zoo party elements however and loved them--it's just a bit less saturated.

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