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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!

Level of difficulty For ambitious hands
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We need:

Black cardboard DIN A4 colored cardboard cutter pencil ruler scissors white crayon letter stamps and ink pad piece of chalk tesa Mini Glue Roller ecoLogo® tesa® Masking Tape for CURVES

How we do it:

DIY Invitation Card / Step 1: Overview
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Collect all items and let's start!

DIY Invitation Card / Step 2: Divide, cut and draw
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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 3: Chalk
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With your fingers, spread a bit of chalk on the cardboard in order to create a blackboard effect.

DIY Invitation Card / Step 4: Apply masking tape
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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 5: Center and cut
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Mark the center on the short side, cut left and right in order to create a colored pencil tip.

DIY Invitation Card / Step 6: Stamp
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Stamp the cardboard pencil with the word "INVITATION".

DIY Invitation Card / Step 7: Apply glue
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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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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.

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