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I recently recieved a catalog in the mail that had everything you could possibly want for a child's birthday party. But the cost of the stuff was crazy! They had banners in the catalog that said "Happy Birthday, Juila" with whatever theme you were doing for $14.99. I wanted one for my daughter's upcoming birthday, but wasn't about to spend that much for a piece of paper! So I got to work!
I had bought a Print WorkShop CD at Wal-Mart for $10 when we bought our computer and it has the feature to make banners on it. I added a border and a couple of Spongebob Squarepant pictures on each end and "Happy Birthday, Brooke" in the middle and printed it up. It came out just as good as the ones in the catalog and only needs to be taped together. And it came out a lot cheaper!
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I'm having a banner made for my son's high school graduation party. He's into mud mogging with big trucks big time, and I am needing help with what to put on the banner.
roll model cars in brown paint and roll onto banner. you could even shape the letters with tire tracks.
hi its all about the dirt! and or boys and their toys. my son owns an atv and dirtbike shop and these are well known slogans
How about "Just Keep Pourin' It To It", "A Little Rooster Tail Never Hurt Anybody", or "It's All About Big Boy Toys".
My daughter's birthday party is Saturday and I need about a 4 foot by 6 foot cloth banner. She is also using this as a backdrop for pictures. Her theme is masquerade and it is semi-formal. Any suggestions would be great.
Do you want to paint or write on the banner yourself? If so, go to a home improvement store and buy a drop cloth. There are some that are 4 feet wide I think. They are canvas so would be nice and heavy.
This is a page about making a baby faces birthday banner. Using different photos of your baby's face you can may a special birthday banner.
Using a word processor you can print out triangle shapes with the letters on them that you will need to make a birthday banner. Print, cut them out, attach to construction paper, and string them together for a homemade decoration.
This is a page about making a birthday pennant banner. A cute, easy to make fabric pennant banner is a great decoration for a birthday party or other event.