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Balloon banner tutorial - birthday party decor
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Loving this rainbow balloon banner created by Gabrielle of Design Mom for her daughter June's 1st birthday this past May. I missed the post back then, so when I saw it today (via Craftzine) I just had to link to it (in case any of you hadn't seen it yet). Looks like a fun weekend project (if you're having a party or even if you're not)! She shows how she made it here. Have a great weekend!
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free Printable birthday banner: need scrapbook papers, twine and clothespins: easy but needs lots of time to cut the pieces
free Printable birthday banner: need scrapbook papers, twine and clothespins
Free Happy Birthday Banner Printable and tutorial
Free printable banner tutorial and info :)
free printable banner & tutorial
Free printable birthday banner
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Tweet Continuing the series of tutorials from Brenna's Pancake's and Pajamas 2nd Birthday Party, is the banner tutorial. I originally saw these types of crafty banners on Etsy and I almost purchased one for $38 before I smartened up and thought I could make these myself with stuff I already had. I love the idea of these banners because you can reuse them every year. Here's another banner I made for my friend's wedding. These banners are very easy to make with just a few basic supplies. What You'll Need: White Card Stock (8.5 x 11 sheets you can print) Printer Basic Scrapbooking Paper. Whatever color scheme you like. Scissors Twine Clothespins ModgePodge (Optional - If you want to spice up your clothespins) How to: 1) Cut a combination of scalloped-edge squares (8.5" x 8.5") and circles (8.5" diameter) out of your white card stock. 2) Cut your scrapbooking paper in squares and circles to fit within your scalloped-edge card stock shapes. 3) Print out letters in whatever font you prefer also on white cardstock. I always tend to use CURLZ font. The secret is to print them inverted so that you can cut slightly around the edges and the print lines will not show on the front side. 4) Now just glue your scrapbooking paper shape onto your cardstock cloud backer and then glue your cut-out letters onto the scrapbooking paper. 5) String the letters of your banner together using clothespins on craft twine. Now, just because I love you, and I don't want you spending all day trying to cut the perfect scalloped-edges on your cardstock paper and cursing at your computer to invert those stupid letters, here's a FREE Printable for the scalloped cloud backers, the Happy Birthday Letters, and the Welcome Letters. Just click menu on the slides below and then follow the link to the google document. Then all you have to do is download the presentation as a powerpoint or as a pdf and print. :-) Let me know if you have any problems. Cloud Backers Happy Birthday Banner Welcome Banner What are some of your "I can make that myself projects?" I'd love for you to share. This project is shared at the following link parties. Thank you so much to the ladies who have featured this post! Thanks, Jamielyn! Thanks, Jen!