I am so excited about today’s post! Make banners in no time with white or colored paper and this printable full alphabet! Pick the letters you need, print them, and string them into a banner! The fabulous Jen Goode with 100 Directions designed this and I will be using it very soon so y’all stay tuned!
No more hunting for just the right banner messages, now you can print whatever letters you need, any time! This month’s printable is an entire alphabet set. The set features a classic font with a traditional pennant design. Everything is already set up so all you need to do is open the file you want and print it! The collection also includes letters 0-9 and a selection of symbols.
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Banners are a great way to decorate a space. I love banners with patriotic sayings, holiday messages, and seasonal vibes like fall, Valentine’s, and Christmas! They are also a great way to display photos at wedding showers and parties.
One problem I ran into was having all the right letters for the banners I wanted to make. Now, you can download this for FREE and have the exact letters you need when you need them!
This tutorial is based off of Jen Goode’s downloads you can find on her website. She creates beautiful designs that are easy to use and create with!
How to Make Classic Alphabet Banner Pennants
I’ve designed these letters with a bit of a texture look. This will help conserve ink and allow you to print on a variety of materials. You should also be able to print on a lower ink usage setting and get the same look. Play with your printer and the ink settings to see what you prefer.
Supplies you need to print alphabet banner pennants
- Printable Alphabet letters designed by Jen Goode
- White and brown cardstock
- Hole punch
- Washi tape or other adhesive
To start, print out the banner letters you need on white cardstock. To save on paper, print one letter, flip your paper over and then print a second letter.
Cut out each letter. Then, cut coordinating rectangles from the brown cardstock.
Attach each of the letters to a rectangle with glue or adhesive.
Then, punch a hole through each of the top corners. String the letters onto a piece of twine. Hang and enjoy!
You can use any colors of cardstock you like with these printable letters. Decrease the print size to make smaller banners. You can also cut out the letters in a rectangle for a different look. There are so many fun things you can do with these letters!
Grab this free printable alphabet banner set on Jen Goode’s blog!
- To start, print out the banner letters you need on white cardstock. To save on paper, print one letter, flip your paper over and then print a second letter.
- Cut out each letter. Then, cut coordinating rectangles from the brown cardstock.
- Attach each of the letters to a rectangle with glue or adhesive.
- Then, punch a hole through each of the top corners. String the letters onto a piece of twine. Hang and enjoy!