I designed 3 fun free printable banners for you for St. Patrick’s Day using fun graphics from our sponsor, GraphicStock.com. I hope you love them!
The 3 banners include patterned pennants, gold “lucky” banner, and a shamrock banner. I will have all of the links to download the free printables together below.
I used my paper cutter (similar HERE) to cut out all of the long straight edges of my flags and it saved me SO much time. I can’t ever seem to cut in a straight line, so it saved my sanity too. I sprayed each of the gold flags with a glitter spray that I will link below with the ‘lucky’ banner. After cutting out my flags, I just used a hole punch and some twine and had this banner together in just a few minutes.
This printable “Lucky” banner is a golden color but I wanted to amp it up and make it extra fun for St. Patrick’s Day so I sprayed it with THIS glitter spray paint. When I was finished spraying it, I used a cotton swab to gently wipe the glitter off of the white letters. You could leave your printable the way it is or add the glitter spray. I really loved the sparkle, but either way is cute.
This little shamrock banner was fun and super easy to throw together. I just laid each shamrock upside down evenly spaced out in a row and laid a length of twine over all of them and then taped the twine to each one.
You can download other fun St. Patrick’s Day goodies on GraphicStock.com. They also offer a free 7 day trial, so you can download as many images as you want for free. Tip- their images are royalty free so you can use them forever for your other projects too. Here are a couple that I thought were really cute, and you can head to HERE to print them out. There are so many more on GraphicStock.com so this is just a sampling.
To print my 3 St. Patrick’s Day banners, click on the links below. I took them to a copy store and just paid for color copies so it didn’t drain all of the green ink in my printer.
Please remember these are for personal use only.
I will be sharing the free printable and tutorial for these giant shamrocks tomorrow! They are so big and fun!