Want to throw an amazing Jungle Themed party? This is a great place to start, with a whole bundle of coordinating printables designed to match and tie in your whole theme, all the party goers will wonder how you did it! You can find the whole Jungle Adventures line in my store HERE
This is the perfect decoration for your Jungle Party. Hang up this adorable banner and set the mood for your party at the same time!
This is an adorable Thank You card created to coordinate with the Jungle Party collection. This thank you is sized 4 X 6 and is ready for you to send to a photo finisher and have it printed out. Then there is plenty of space to write your message of thanks to your guests and send it off. A coordinated thank you is a great way to remind your guests of your cute party and show your appreciation!
These nugget wrappers fit over your favorite chocolates, great party favor.
These kiss stickers are a great way to dress up a bowl of chocolates, they also make a great party favor when paired with a matching bag topper or favor box!
This is a set of thank you tags. There are perfect to attach to favors as a cute way to thank guests for coming and tie in the theme.
This is a personalized printable welcome sign that you can use to welcome guests to your party and tie in your theme.
Send an adorable themed invite to your guests to let them know just how fun your celebration is going to be and start by having the outside of the envelope look just as cute as what is on the inside! My jungle set is perfect for birthdays and baby showers!
These can be printed out and used to label all sorts of items for your party! Cards fold in half, and are ready for you to write what those snacks are, or come up with some super themed names. Set them out to let your guests know what they are eating.
To see more from this fabulous Jungle Party Collection head HERE


Karen H said:

I love the layouts that have the chevrons (Geese/Goats) as well as the page with the fishtail title (Fruit Bats), however there are none of those elements in the kit. Any tips on how to create that in Photoshop Elements?

Amanda said:

I believe those pieces were part of the template she used to create the page. You can find those shapes and then "clip" your papers to them to create that same look.

look for templates with those shapes, or look in the shapes menu of PSE and see if you can make something similar with what is in there by manipulating shapes that come in the program.

Karen H said:

Thanks Amanda!

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