After you check out the homemade Happy Birthday cards, if you still need some cool ideas for DIY gifts we have lots here. We have awesome DIY Gifts for Dad, super thoughtful sure to be appreciated DIY Gifts for Mom, easy and inexpensive DIY Gifts for Friends and Neighbors, Gifts in a Jar for the mason jar lovers and then my favorite, easy but quick last minute gifts to make for Christmas but also birthdays and other special occasions. We also love cake, so if you need some of the best homemade birthday cake ideas, try these.

There are many options for printing great-looking birthday party invitations, but the most economical way is to print on a premium 16-point gloss paper.  You'll also want to stick with a standard size such as 5-inch by 7-inch to keep your birthday party invitation printing costs cheap; however, when it comes to colors you can go with full color since this option really costs little more than black and white yet has much more bang for the buck. Beyond those options, you would be wise to get matching envelopes (also cheap) and have a hardcopy proof sent to your doorstep before you actually print the entire run. The last thing you want is for a mistake to go unnoticed until your invitations are printed, when it will be too late or too costly to make changes. A hardcopy proof does cost a few dollars, but it's cheap insurance that the rest of the run will go off without a hitch. Pass your proof around to friends, family members and co-workers so you can get more than just one set of eyes looking it over for errors.

I hope you will have a wonderful future ahead of you. Our time is limited, and who wants to waste a single instant on failure or regret? The future is always before us, bright and unspotted, ready to fulfill our wildest fantasy or fondest desires. We have only to seize it. We wish just such a victory for our best friend on their birthday, that they will grasp the future and make the best use of it they can, truly achieving all to which they dare aspire.
There are many options for printing great-looking birthday party invitations, but the most economical way is to print on a premium 16-point gloss paper.  You'll also want to stick with a standard size such as 5-inch by 7-inch to keep your birthday party invitation printing costs cheap; however, when it comes to colors you can go with full color since this option really costs little more than black and white yet has much more bang for the buck. Beyond those options, you would be wise to get matching envelopes (also cheap) and have a hardcopy proof sent to your doorstep before you actually print the entire run. The last thing you want is for a mistake to go unnoticed until your invitations are printed, when it will be too late or too costly to make changes. A hardcopy proof does cost a few dollars, but it's cheap insurance that the rest of the run will go off without a hitch. Pass your proof around to friends, family members and co-workers so you can get more than just one set of eyes looking it over for errors.
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