Free Printables - Banners for Parties and Stuff
Banner IndexWhen we put together this site, we had no idea just how popular these free printables of banners would be. It makes sense: we made them because we could not find them anywhere on the Internet, either! You should feel so smart for finding us! Enjoy your party or event and please don't keep this site to yourself!
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Individual Alphabet Letters
This page is fairly self-explanatory. You will find each of the 26 letters of the English alphabet. Yup. A through Z. Just like the song! We did put together major holidays and milestones in groups, but you may want to personalize your banner by adding the guest of honor's name. Here is your chance. Print them individually and personalize away!
On this page you will find free printable banners to wish someone a Happy Birthday, Happy Bar Mitzvah and Happy Bat Mitzvah. If you are more traditional, you will find a banner for Many Happy Returns and if you are just a little on the ornery side we even have an Over the Hill Banner.
If you are feeling a bit "creativity challenged," visit our friends at www.Party-Ideas-Galore.com for party ideas for all occasions: 1st Birthday, Kid Birthday, Teen Parties, and Adult Parties. Creative party ideas for invitations, favors, gift baskets, and party hats. That should get you on your way to kicking off your party in style!
If Christmas is the winter holiday you look forward to, this is where you will find banners to help you make the yuletide gay; so to speak. Countdown to Christmas and declare that the Big Man himself (you know, Santa Claus) is on his way.
Check this link for banners to help you celebrate Father's Day, Grandparent's Day and Mother's Day. For those on the other side of the apostrophe placement controversy, that would be Fathers' Day, Grandparents' Day and Mothers' Day. For the small minority of you who feel that the case should be neither singular possessive nor plural possessive, here is the regular plural tense for you: Fathers Day, Grandparents Day and Mothers Day.
Until recently I had no idea whatsoever that the little apostrophe (or omission thereof) was such a hot topic. Seriously. Talk about some heated discussions. Geez oh Pete! Go read Eats Shoots and Leaves.
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