Get a free template to make DIY Bowling birthday invitations for your kid’s birthday party. They are easy to make and affordable.
For her 6th birthday, my daughter wanted to go bowling with her friends for her birthday, so we made these birthday invitations! At the time, I just took a quick picture, not knowing it was going to end up on my blog!
Since these bowling invitations, I’ve made other party printable:
This project is pretty easy to do, just follow these simple instructions.This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience and at no extra cost to you. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.
What you’ll need for the DIY bowling birthday invitations
- Free template available in my resource library. You can subscribe at the end of this post!
- White cardstock (8″ x 11″ – 110lb)
- Small pieces of black and red cardstock (time to use your leftover pieces!!)
- Other colour of cardstock (for the bowling ball. You can even make each invitation a different colour!)
- Brads (and/or ribbons)
- Black and white Printer
How to make the DIY bowling birthday invitations
You just need to print and cut. In this example, I really cut and glued the black circles and redline, but you can easily colour them on there.
Bonus for you! Today, I’ve upgraded the template I made before and offering it to you for free.
I now have this project’s free EDITABLE template just for you! All you need is to subscribe below to have access to it and a lot more freebies!
You can now write and print whatever you want. It’s really easy!
I have a 9-year-old girl who decided to use my template for her birthday party. She wanted to write it all by herself. Good job Marilie!
So if you want to do just like her: print a blank template and write the information with your best pen!
I really love to see what people do with my template! If you would like to have a picture of your work on my Facebook page, don’t hesitate to send it to me!
And here are some other products I found for your party:
See at which Link Party I like to participate here