It’s that time of year my friends! Time for our annual Christmas family movie night! I mentioned last week that our movie this year is How the Grinch Stole Christmas. We had hoped to squeeze our fun night in while my husband had his daughter for Thanksgiving, but we cleaned, cooked, decorated for Christmas, and I spent quite a bit of time creating the printables for the night, so we had to push it back. However, I wanted you to be able to have your night as soon as possible, so I’m sharing the Grinch movie night or party printables for free with you today.
white cardstock- You can use regular paper, but cardstock looks better on the decor, stands up easier for the tent cards, and works way, way better for the photobooth props.
printer or photo printing store like Office Depot or Office Max
craft sticks for photobooth props
hot glue gun for photobooth props
3 or 4 picture frames for the decor- Any size will work as these designs are PNGs, so they will print with the same resolution no matter the size.
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Grinch Movie Night Invitation
My Grinch movie night printable invitation can be used for a family movie night as well as a Christmas party. Our kiddos love to see the invitation out a few days before our celebration. I usually print it as a 4×6 then frame it and place it where I will eventually set up our snack bar.
You can fill in the date and time at the bottom of the invitation and then place your address or “such and such residence” after “at” in the third column. If you’d like me to fill in your date, time, and last name, leave me a comment or use the message option on my contact page. A direct message on my social media will work too. I will try my hardest to do that for you if I get a chance.
This is what our Grinch movie night invitation looks like. You can see how I added the day under “December,” placed 7pm in the center section, and “the Kline residence” next to “at.”