The charming blue and orange combination can be found easily through many things. But have you ever so attached to something and able to distinguish it through their distinctive color-scheme? Yep! it’s like guessing a living thing in boxy shape, with bright and big eyes, wearing a weird SquarePants, who is he? Aye, aye captain! He’s SpongeBob.
Each color has its own way to represent things. For my sons and daughters, they would think of one name for the blue and orange, and yeah, buddy! It’s Blippi, one of children’s favorite shows. Here, I have decked my design with him and bunch of items that surely perfect for kid’s birthday party. How does it look? Here they are,
The first one you’d notice, I think is the beautiful yet so hypnotizing, blue, orange and white stripes which was adorning the main layer. I tried my best to have almost everything that represent Blippi, made and brought it here. A matching adorable place to display your text also came up with cute color scheme, but I brought the color white down to work as the base for displaying the text. So, nothing could distract the party details there.
I realized that it was pretty necessary to include other items, instead of just featuring Blippi in cartoon graphics. Needless to say, I think most of you already have noticed it, if there are cute children’s toys here, from mini drum that boys always loved it, to a stunning Hot air balloon.
How to Download
- Are you ready to rock your party with this invitations? Okay2x.
- Right-Click your selected template
- Select “Save Image As”, Locate your download folder
- Tap “Enter” on your keyboard and the download will begin shortly after.
- Open and insert your text using either Adobe Photoshop or Microsoft Word.
Put your text into the designated box I’ve made for you. To make it easier for you to do it in style, I’ve written a few wordings like, you’re invited to … and Baby shower party. If you want complete guide for this, you can take a look at the preview image that I personally have written sample text in there. You can do all this stuff with Adobe Photoshop (For advanced users), or Microsoft Word and Ms. Paint for beginner audiences.