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Father’s Day Tie Banner June 17, 2012

I downloaded this FREE Father’s Day printable from Amanda’s Parties TO GO!  I loved the colors of this banner and I thought the ties were super cute.  My husband was surprised and loved it!  I also used the Mother’s Day printable by Amanda’s parties TO GO.  Check it out by clicking here.

 

 

Project Supplies

1.)  Download the free printable.  To download, you must “like” Amanda’s Parties to go on facebook and then from her facebook page, you can download the file.

2.)  White paper or cardstock.

3.)  Scissors.

4.)  Ribbon.

5.)  Hole Punch.

6.)  Double sided tape or tape runner.

 

Project Steps

1.)  Print banner

2.)  Cut it out.

3.)  If you print it on regular paper (as I did), tape the tie pieces to a 12 x 12 piece of cardstock.  I fit three ties on each piece of 12×12 cardstock.

4.)  Cut out the ties again with an outline of cardstock.

5.)  Use your hole punch to punch two holes in each tie.

6.)  Thread ribbon through the ties to create your banner.

 

Link to Free Downloadhttp://amandaparkerandfamily.blogspot.com/2011/06/freebie-fathers-day-printables-are-tie.html

Pinterest Pin: http://pinterest.com/pin/40391727878550208/

Time:  45 minutes

Substitutions:  Since my printer doesn’t feed heavy paper, I had to print the banner on regular printer paper.  I wanted to banner to last a few years, so I opted to outline each tie with brown cardstock.  You could certainly print it on cardstock or glossy thick paper and skip the extra steps I took!

 

– Lisa

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