Printable Digital Invitations

I’ve always dabbled in Photoshop, and with my kids always having events that need invites, I’ve been doing a lot of digital invitation design lately. I’ve decided to offer some of these invites for sale in my Etsy shop. These are high resolution digital images that I will customize and email to you. You can then print them at home, or through a print service. Here are some examples of ones I have already created:

Princess Aurora Sleeping Beauty Party Birthday Invitation Merida Brave Party Birthday Invitation Little Mermaid Under the Sea Party Birthday Invitation Rapunzel Tangled Party Birthday Invitation Princess Disney Party Birthday Invitation

Right now I have a lot of girly themed ones, but I will be adding some boy ones, too! You can find all of these in the Digital Invitation section of my Etsy shop. Thanks for looking!!

Easter Milk Cartons: FREE Download & Video Tutorial

EDIT Fri 3/26: OK so the file download should now work – bad news is that it’s just an SVG file – so you Silhouette users out there won’t be able to use it 🙁 I am trying to see if there is way for me to create a GSD file for you guys too – if anyone knows of software that will allow me to do this, please let me know. Thanks!

OK I’m pretty excited about this one! 🙂

So, I found that I really like the Sizzix Milk Carton die in the latest SU catalog – but it was pretty pricey & from what I heard, the actual finished milk carton was pretty small. I wanted to see if I could create a cut file that would allow me to create my own milk cartons. Since I now have Sure Cuts a Lot software, I figured it was worth a shot to create an SVG file. I found a “sample” milk carton at the local grocery store in the candy aisle (was full of Reeses candy!) – I ripped it apart & used it as my template.

These are great for spring & Easter – but I am totally going to use these throughout the year for all Holidays. You can stuff these with almost anything – and since it’s a digital cut file, you can cut it in whatever color cardstock or paper you’d like!


They are super fun to stamp on & embellish…



I put together a video to show you how to assemble this milk carton once it’s cut. Even better, I’m offering you all a FREE download of my SVG file so you can make these for yourself. 🙂

You will need a digital cutter (such as a Cricut) and some die cutting software on your computer (such as SCAL – which is what I use). See updated info at the top for Silhouette users – as of right now, I don’t think an SVG file will work for you. I’m workin’ on it…

I am also providing a guide to where you need to score this milk carton. This is a PDF file that you can download & view on your computer to see where the score lines are. (it’s not that pretty, sorry. haha.)

Anyway, onto the download & video. To download, just right click below & choose “save file as”. You can save to your computer & then import into SCAL. (look for an option to Import–>SVG file) NOTE: after the program was loaded, I sized the shape to the size that I wanted. Mine was roughly 7.5″ x 8.25″ or so. You have  to play with it a bit to figure out how you’d like it sized.

Download File: Milk Carton SVG File

Download File: Milk Carton Scoring Guide (PDF format – requires Adobe Reader)

And here’s the video below, or watch at YouTube. Please comment if you have any questions. Thanks!