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Invitations for Lindsey's Sweet 16 party




Lindsey will be 16 on the actual day of her party. I love the way her invitations turned out. I made a sample one to post to my blog that doesn't have our actual contact info so I could at least show everyone what I designed. Sweet 16 and never been kissed! Yay! I'm so proud of my wonderful daughter. We're celebrating her big day next week!

Comments

Julie V. said…
Wow, I just love the cards. That new punch is so awesome. I love little tabs on stuff. Maybe I will have to case that one....love ya sis!
lonna said…
those do look so fun. It makes me want to have a sweet 16 too! You are such a great mom. I love how involved you are in your kids lives. They are so lucky.
Summer Adams said…
***YAY*** for Lindsey! That is so exciting and you're the cutest mom ever to make those invitations. Can't wait to hear all about the party and see the awesome pics. I'm sure you'll make it special. You're fantastic Kelly!
Heidi said…
Cute cards, I am sure her party will be a blast!
Brook said…
kelly, can I hire you to do emma's sweet 16 party? You are so good! i think you should consider doing party planning as well as all of your other jobs!
those are darling! So happy for lindsey.
Chris and Mandi said…
Those are darling Kelly! I am sure Lindsey loved them. You should start an invitation biz in addition to all the many other talented careers you have!
Family Life said…
Kelly, you are so creative, I wish I could bottle a little bit to sprinkle in my life sometimes! I hope you both have a great time at the party. I'm sure it will be quite memorable!
Julie said…
Those invitations are absolutely adorable and I'm not surprised....you are so creative! How was her party? I can't wait to read your blog entry on that.

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