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Are you coming? Grandma, grandpa, aunts and uncles, friends and neighbors - All those persons that are important to the first grader will receive an invitation for the first day of school!
Invitation card

Invitation card

Are you coming? Grandma, grandpa, aunts and uncles, friends and neighbors - All those persons that are important to the first grader will receive an invitation for the first day of school!



How we do it:

01

Collect all items and let's start!

DIY Invitation Card / Step 1: Overview
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DIY Invitation Card / Step 1: Overview

02

Divide the black cardboard in half, in order to create two DIN A5 sheets. Cut out 18.5 x 3 cm strips from the colored cardboard. Use the white crayon to draw a frame on the black cardboard.

DIY Invitation Card / Step 2: Divide, cut and draw
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DIY Invitation Card / Step 2: Divide, cut and draw

03

With your fingers, spread a bit of chalk on the cardboard in order to create a blackboard effect.

DIY Invitation Card / Step 3: Chalk
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DIY Invitation Card / Step 3: Chalk

04

Apply a piece of tesa® Masking Tape CURVES at a 1-cm distance on the upper side of the colored strips.

DIY Invitation Card / Step 4: Apply masking tape
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DIY Invitation Card / Step 4: Apply masking tape

05

Mark the center on the short side, cut left and right in order to create a colored pencil tip.

DIY Invitation Card / Step 5: Center and cut
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DIY Invitation Card / Step 5: Center and cut

06

Stamp the cardboard pencil with the word "INVITATION".

DIY Invitation Card / Step 6: Stamp
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DIY Invitation Card / Step 6: Stamp

07

Apply the glue on the backside using the tesa Mini Glue Roller ecoLogo® and stick the cardboard pencil sideways to the previously prepared black cardboard.

DIY Invitation Card / Step 7: Apply glue
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DIY Invitation Card / Step 7: Apply glue

08

Apply the glue on the backside using the tesa Mini Glue Roller ecoLogo® and stick the cardboard pencil sideways to the previously prepared black cardboard.

DIY Invitation Card / Step 8: Last steps
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DIY Invitation Card / Step 8: Last steps
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