Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Lego Party Free Printable Banner

I received so many nice emails and messages about the my Lego Party post that I wanted to answer some of the common questions I received. Hopefully this will help you too.

* Lego Font - this is a free font. I just googled "Lego Font" and picked a site that was easy to download. I got the one I used here.

* DIY Lego Birthday Banner

I printed the letters in Lego font with a yellow border on cardstock paper. I carefully hand cut out each letter and mounted it on red and black cardstock. I figure I would save on ink this way and the banner ended up nice and sturdy too.

The red cardstock is 5.25 inches square and the black cardstock is 5.5 inches square. I punched out holes in the top corner using a Fiskars rectangle hand punch.

Click here to download the free printable banner.

* Lego Kit Kat Box Favor - I don't have a printable up right now but could make one for you. I would have to customize it with a name, birthday and include the Lego Mini-Figure of your choosing. Email me at bigklittleg at gmail dot com. For mine, I listed my brother's name, his birthday in the Lego serial number format (example: February 23rd was "0223") and picked the Lego Surgeon Mini-figure. I may just do a generic one that you could update yourself so please check back later on for that.

If you have any questions about these or anything else, feel free to email or comment. :)

35 comments:

  1. So great! And the Lego Kit Kat Box favor is adorable! Thank you for all your help!

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  2. Thanks ! This is perfect and I loved that you linked the font.

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  3. How did you highlight your letters? I already have the font.

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  4. What size did you use for the font?

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  5. Perfect Idea.... So easy, print and stick on coloured paper! Thanks a million!

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  6. Just wanted to say Thank You so much for this!! We are having a lego party for my son who is turning 5 and this is awesome. He will be so surprised when he wakes up and sees this on his birthday! Your site is fabulous!

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    1. You're welcome. Thanks for stopping by!

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  7. Awesome!! Thanks so much for this - saves me a lot of time!!

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  8. thank you so much!!! This is perfect!

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  9. How did you highlight your letters? I already have the font

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  10. Thank you for letting me download your banner!! :)

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  11. Love all your ideas!! I too was wondering how to highlight the letters. I dont have photoshop AND im on a mac!!

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  12. Thanks for the free printable banner. I wanted to make my sons name (max) in the same lego font. Having trouble highlighting the letters on a Mac. Any Help

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  13. Love it - thanks for sharing!!!

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  14. Thank you! My son will LOVE these for his next bday party!!

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  15. Thanks so much for this huge time saver. Having trouble with the Lego font download. Hoping my sons Lego party will be a success, happy to have the banner now!

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  16. Hi! Great banner! How did you highlight your font? I would love to add my sons name to the banner :-)

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  17. Thank you so much for sharing your banner!

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  18. Thank you thank you! I am using these for my little man's first birthday!

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  19. thank you for the banner. I was having format issue with highlighting the letter.

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  20. Thanks so much for the banner. Cute AND free, awesome!

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  21. Thanks, this saved me some time :D

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  22. Hi, thanks fdor the banner! Love it! Is there any possibility you could make the letters TOMASO with the yellow border that I can print? Sorry for the short notice but I would need it byThursday :)

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  23. Brilliant thank you for allowing us to download banner searched for a while for the font.

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  24. Thank you so much for the banner printable! I went to the font site to create my own but couldn't figure it out lol! My niece is turning 6 and after seeing the Lego Movie, she's decided that she wants a Lego party. I don't have the right fonts for my cricut so this helped loads!!

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  25. how did you get the yellow border on your letters?

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  26. Thanks so much for the printable banner!

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  27. You can highlight the letters using a free program called Gimp2. Then go here; http://www.wikihow.com/Outline-Text-in-GIMP-2, for instructions on how to do it. I used the second method, using a height of 1600. Matched the above banner perfectly!

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  28. Wondering if you came up with a generic version of the candy bar wrapper? If so I would love to use it. Thank you for the GREAT printable banner.

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  29. Love your banner so much. I too adore making banners. Smart idea to spray the leaves. I sure do agree with you about $tree. I could go crazy in that place. bandit signs

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  30. Thanks for sharing with us .. Awesome post!

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  31. Thank you, thank you and thank you for posting this and making it so easy. We are having my son's 5th Birthday Party the weekend of Thanksgiving and he is a TRUE Lego fanatic. Thank you again!!!

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