I had such a fun time at SNAP last week!
I was in charge of the Craft Night/PJ Party.
And it was such a blast.
I thought it would be memorable to make a photo booth for the night – using the SNAP colors.
I used plastic tablecloth in the three main colors – hot pink, orange and blue – plus white.
I ran some clear packing tape at the top of the tablecloths and then used a hole punch to punch through the top of the tablecloths and through the packing tape. Then I threaded shower curtain rings through the holes and attached the shower curtain rings to a PVC frame that I built – with a white sheet as the backdrop.
The last thing I did was had my husband help me make a printable pennant with the same colors. And I am sharing this free printable with YOU today!! Three different colors of fonts so YOU can use them for anything YOU want!
And the cute Kami at No Biggie made awards for the best PJ’s!
(And thanks to Leanne at Organize and Decorate Everything for making the cute Chevron Pillows and Photo Props!)
Here’s how to download the FREE printables.
I’ve included a flag in each color for each letter … I’m just showing the first page here!
Click this link or the image below to go to the download page!
You can use these printables for ANYTHING — any type of party!!
(Update: note that I made these pennant flags 1/4 the size of the GIANT ones from SNAP! so that you wouldn’t have to use as many pages to make a cute banner! Plus, I’ve learned that this size is about right for most home uses.)
PS – Guess where I am??
New York City!!!
I am having SUCH a great time.
You can follow along with everything I am doing on Instagram.
And I hope you will come by for The Weekend Wrap Up Party
It starts TONIGHT at 6 pm MST.
I LOVE featuring YOU!
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Sophie Academy says
Thank you so much for having all the letters on there. Now, I can customize my banners in French!
It is super rare to find French printable, so the flexibility that this banner offers is great!
My classroom will look awesome 🙂
Lots of love from Canada!
Valerie Khey says
THANKS SO MUCH FOR THE FREE BANNER!!!!! LOVE IT!!! I appreciate that, making one for my daughter’s frozen birthday and needed some fun blue letters!! Thanks you again for sharing!!!!
Photo Booth For Pc says
This is a great information it can help me, thanks for sharing.
Thank you! I have been looking for some letters.
Great printables. Just went to use them in pink for a certain word, ‘Presents’. However, in the PDF document the letter ‘n’ in pink is missing. I then tried to print the word ‘Gifts’ instead but the letter ‘g’ in pink is also missing. Just thought I’d alert you to that.
Great idea! Wish I would have seen this a few days ago! Would have used the banner and the backdrop idea for my twins 4th birthday! Thanks for sharing
These are absolutely adorable!!!! thanks for sharing!
Did you make the pillow cases too? Adorable! I love that fabric!
Nat & Holly says
These are so cute and the party was SUCH a blast! Thanks for all your hard work! It was so fun to see you again, Jen! Enjoy NYC! Hugs, Nat & Holly 🙂
Thank You Jen! You just made my Mother’s Day party planning much easier! These are the same colors I have already been making party favors in!!! Have a great weekend!
Jen @ Tatertots and Jello says
Oh yay!! Your party sounds so fun!
Thanks for sharing this! I may use the banner for a baby shower this summer. Looks like you all had a great time!
So much fun Jen. Hoping that I can swing it to go next year so I can finally meet everyone. So bummed that I missed it this time. What a great conference.
Jessica @ Mom 4 Real says
Goodness, sister! You are one busy bee…but, welcome to my side of the country! It was so great to meet you last week…you are one amazing lady!
It would save a hundred dollars or more to print the outlines of the letters on white paper, cut them out and paste them on colored cardstock.
Thanks for the money-saving idea. For the printable, I made the letters four-to-a-page instead of one-to-a-page like I did for Snap (I’ll update the post). So it shouldn’t cost too much to print them out!