A Fun Pizza Party Invitation That’s Colorful and Easy to Make

Use foam boards and beads to add layers for 3-D effects on this creative invitation

Your pizza party invitation gives the first impression about your pizza party. Why is this so important?

Pizza party invitation card

Consider this: in these parties, people get together for, at least, one major activity... to eat pizza.

So, why should anyone think your pizza party would by any different? Why should they expect your party to be fun and special?

This is where your pizza party invitation does the trick.

Give the impression that your party would be different by making a colorful and creative invitation just like this one.

Tools and Materials

  • 5” x 10” creamy yellow cardstock paper

  • 5” x 5” mustard colored cardstock paper

  • 5” x 5” maroon cardstock paper

  • 3” x 8.5” cardinal red cardstock paper

  • Small piece of green cardstock paper about 1” x 1”

  • Double sided adhesive foam pieces

  • A couple black beads

  • Colored pencils

  • Black ink pad

  • Rubber stamps

  • Mounting blocks for rubber stamps

  • Drawing pencil

  • Eraser

  • Scissors

  • Sliding paper trimmer

  • Metal ruler

  • Scoring stick

  • 1” diameter hole punch

  • Circle template

  • Circle cutter

  • Cutting mat

  • Craft cutting knife

  • Glue

Step by Step Instructions

  1. Score the 5” x 10” creamy yellow cardstock right in the middle and fold it into a 5” x 5” cardstock paper.

  2. Use a 10” diameter circle to create a curved corner at the top right of the card.

  3. Pizza party invitation step 2
  4. Use brown and mustard colored pencils to add random shades on the card.

  5. Pizza party invitation step 3
  6. On the 5” x 5” mustard colored cardstock, use the same 10” diameter circle to cut out one curved corner.

  7. Use pencil to sketch out random wavy curves that represent the pizza’s crust. This crust is about 1” wide.

  8. Cut out the crust as sketched and erase any pencil marks afterwards.

  9. Use rubber stamps and black ink pad to print “It’s a Pizza Party” on this curved crust

  10. Pizza party invitation step 7
  11. On the 5” x 5” maroon cardstock, use the same 10” diameter circle to cut out one curved corner.

  12. Cool Tip

    Pizza party invitation tips and techniques

    To save time, you can tape the creamy yellow, maroon, and mustard colored cardstocks together.

    Then, cut them all at once.

  13. Glue the mustard colored crust on the maroon cardstock with the outside curved edges aligned.

  14. Sketch out random wavy curves on the maroon cardstock about 0.25” away from and similar to the mustard colored random wavy curves.

  15. Cut out the maroon cardstock crust as sketched and erase any pencil marks afterwards.

  16. Pizza party invitation step 11
  17. Glue the maroon crust on the folded card with the outside curved edges aligned

  18. Punch out twelve 1” diameter holes out of the 3” x 8.5” cardinal red paper using the hole punch.

  19. Pizza party invitation step 13
  20. Cut the double sided adhesive foam pieces to get six 0.5” squares.

  21. Glue each of these foam pieces between a pair of punched out circles.

  22. Pizza party invitation step 15
  23. Randomly glue the layered red circles on the card.

  24. Then randomly glue the black beads on the card as well.

  25. Pizza party invitation step 18
  26. Finally, cut the small piece of green cardstock into tiny confetti pieces. And glue them on the pizza party invitation to represent vegetables.

Cool Trick

If you don’t have double sided adhesive foam pieces, use glue on both sides of regular foam board after cutting to size.

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