Table of contents for Easy invitations, announcements, and personalized stationery : create custom invitations using your home computer / Patty Hoffman, Megan Eisen, Josh Eisen.

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Chapter One: For the New Baby
	Project One: A New Addition
	Whether It's a Boy! or It's a Girl!, share the good news by sending an announcement 	with the little one's first mug.
	Project Two: Once upon a Time
	Give a new mother a storybook shower with any theme.
Chapter Two: For the Bride and Groom
	Project Three: Here Comes the Bride
	Create a traditional wedding invitation in an untraditional way.
	Project Four: Breaking out of the Mold
	Create an invitation with a modern bend for the modern couple.
	Project Five: Mark Your Calendar
	Send save-the-date cards so no guest will miss your important event.
Chapter Three: For the Birthday Boy or Girl
	Project Six: Guess Who's One?
	Design a special little invitation for a first birthday.
	Project Seven: Sweets for the Sweetie
	Ensure any little girl or boy will remember a birthday party full of favors, photos, 
 and, of course, candy. 
	Project Eight: A Milestone Event
	Inspire celebration for important life achievements.
	Project Nine: ... And Never Been Kissed.
Be sure that even a fickle teenager will absolutely fall in love these Sweet Sixteen invitations.
	Project Ten: The Big Zero
	Remember, at 30, 40, 50, 60, and up--you're never too old for a birthday bash.
Chapter Four: For All Seasons
 	Project Eleven: 'Tis the Season
	Create holiday party invitations, gift tags, seasons greetings, and more.
	Project Twelve: Fete d'Amour
	Show your love on Valentine's Day or Mother's Day or with a romantic picnic a
 Chapter Five: For Celebrations and Soirees
	Project Thirteen: For a Grape Party
	Enjoy autumn with friends by throwing a wine-tasting party.
	Project Fourteen: Through the Years
	Roll back the clock to the year you both said "I do" by digging up photos and
 dancing tothe oldies.
	Project Fifteen: With a Twist
	Throw a cocktail party and serve a signature drink, or perhaps let your guests
 drink to Sinatra's crooning.
Chapter Six: For in between Parties
	Project Sixteen: Stationery of Your Very Own
	Finally! Create personalized stationery exactly how you want it.
Chapter Seven: Tools & Techniques
 Find more information here about fonts, color, paper, wording, and software you
 need for printing professional-looking invitations.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Invitation cards.
Computer art.
Handicraft -- Data processing.