How to Word Pajama Christmas Party Invitations

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Wording pajama Christmas party invitations should involve lots of fun and interesting "add-ons." Make unique and interesting invites with help from an accomplished visual artist in this free video.

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Hello, I'm Jeanette Conner, I've been a visual artist for eight plus years. And today, I'm going to show you how to word pajama Christmas party invites. For this Christmas pajama party invite, I'm going to use a play on the old, Twas the Night Before Christmas poem. So, on the first side of the inside of your Christmas party invite. We're going to write, Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house. Not a creature was stirring. Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house. Not a creature was stirring, dot, dot, dot. I'm just going to change that to a regular Sharpie. And in parenthesis, to show that it's a secret, except, for us, of course. And then, you can just write the rest of your invite. Come join us for an all night pajama Christmas bash. And then, you can just write your date and your time. And then, say that we're actually going to do this, Twas the Night Before Christmas, on December 24th, starting at 10 P.M. Do a bunch of question marks, because we're going to party all night. And then, just your signature and whatever information you want to put on there. You're going to make sure the wording for your card is fun, inviting. Plays on poems, or stories is great. Christmas jokes are always fun, just anything that's warm and joyful. I like to use humor a lot in my cards, because I feel like it grabs people's attention and makes them happy. This is Jeanette Conner, and today we learned how to word pajama Christmas party invites.

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