Every birthday party needs a birthday banner
Well here's the one I made!
I got the idea from Holly over here.
But I did do some tweaking.
-I printed my letters out on cardstock (100 pt font)
-cut the circles out
-used Elmer's glue and a small paint brush to apply
glue around the circle, and sprinkled the glitter on top
- I then hot glued the crepe paper to the back,
bunching or overlapping as I went
(there's no science to it, just make it look good!)
- And finished it by hot glueing it to a ribbon
here it is a little bit closer
and even closer
It's not perfect up close, but from a foot away you can't see a flaw!
Total Cost: $4
$3 for the glitter
$1 for the crepe paper
and I have leftovers of both!
(I already had the ribbon, and cardstock)
This is the perfect banner for a birthday party
a holiday, a wedding shower,
a baby shower, or a backyard wedding!