How to Make Rock Climbing Party Invitations for Kids

by Charong Chow ; Updated September 28, 2017

A rock climbing party gives the guests an activity.

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Rock climbing birthday parties provide a safe environment for active kids. Indoor rock climbing facilities offer trained professionals to help the children climb rock walls with safety gear. Celebrate the theme by making your own rock climbing party invitations for kids. Feature a rock climbing wall on the exterior of the invite and add pertinent information inside. The simple craft can be done by beginner crafters using their home computers.

Download a rock climbing clip art file from a website, such as Clipart Of or Clipart Guide, onto your computer. Open up your design software or word processing software.

Set the size of your project as a 4-by-5-inch invitation. Open up the clipart file and paste it to your invitation. Adjust the size so it fits the parameters of the invite. Edit the colors if necessary.

Print out a test sheet onto regular printer paper using your computer's printer. Examine the colors and composition of the invitation's cover.

Print out the rock climbing party invitations onto the 4-by-5-inch blank invites once you are satisfied with your layout. Print out a few extra than you need, just in case you invite more guests.

Write on the inside of the card something that relates to rock climbing, such as "Rock out with us for Robert's 8th birthday," with a pen. Add the location of the facility, time, date and your telephone number to RSVP.


  • Some rock climbing gyms needs waivers from the parents. Include them with the invitation.

    Use your design or word processing software to print the inside of your invite, instead of writing it by hand.

    Paint a rocking climbing wall with watercolor and scan the image to use as an invite cover.

    Photograph your child at the rock climbing facility and use it as the cover for your invite.

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About the Author

Charong Chow has been writing professionally since 1995. Her work has appeared in magazines such as "Zing" and "Ocean Drive." Chow graduated from the University of Miami with a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy. She also received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the California Institute of the Arts.