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6th year old basketball party - Basketball
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  • 37 guests
  • 09 April 2011
  • Gym / Cortlandt Manor / New York / United States
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Cake

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The invitation
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the gift tags
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the gift bags
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the favors
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the entertainer
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Meredith S says...

@ 06:30 on Jan 05, 2012

Hi Julia! I have a question about your party when you get a second... shoot me an email at meredith@thepartypressblog.com when you get a second. THANK YOU! Best, Meredith Santucci

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Tykia W says...

@ 00:44 on Jan 09, 2013

I love the cake. Did you make or purchase it?

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Melanie C says...

@ 20:08 on Jun 02, 2014

Hi Julia. I love the creativity. I am giving my husband a 60th birthday party. He played basketball in college and currently coaches. Where did you get the invitation and gift tags? My email address is readermtc1@aol.com. Thanks.

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Julia M R says...

@ 21:53 on Jun 02, 2014

Hi, Thank you! I created the invitations and tags myself. I used to own a stationery store and did custom invitations for my clients so I knew where to get paper and other material. I also had a die cut machine from Ellison and another from Acucut. The paper is a scrapbook paper 12x12. I did a search for basketball paper. Please note that it is more like plastic. I had the paper glued together by using double sided sticky tape, then they were cut into th desired gate fold invitations. I also used eyelets on both the tags and the invites. The tags were an image of a basketball, and I placed the text over the image in Microsoft word using text boxes, then used a round large hole puncher to cut them out. The stock is white laid 12x12 cardstock. Hope this helps.

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