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The following video shows 3 fun ways to get your kids involved in making Halloween party invitations.
#1 The first one is a really clever idea: hand-write all of the details about the party onto a tiny pumpkin. One thing’s for sure… everyone will be talking about your Halloween party invitation. And it won’t get lost or misplaced!
#2 Another fun idea mentioned in the video is to use a Sharpie to write all of the party details directly onto a small Halloween treat bucket, and add a note to bring this bucket to the party.
#3 Finally, if you’re planning to mail your Halloween party invitations, then write the details about the party onto a Halloween treat sack!
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