Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Banner in a Box

Since Beanie's birthday is just around the corner{2!}  I've been doing some shopping for the big day trying to find a cute happy birthday banner that is reusable and gender neutral.  I happened upon this beautiful alphabet garland box that has 36 letters so you can customize a banner for every occasion.  Even better! I love it.  Sadly, I can't find it anywhere....seems to be out of print.  It's called the Parlour Magic Alphabet box--let me know if you find it!

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  2. Oh, torture! I hate finding something, only to learn you can't have it. Love that black and white... maybe I'll construct something similar for myself.

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  3. ummm.... make one????

    Did you see the one I made for Swabbs for his birthday??? I loved it. So very very easy to make. I think the one I made is pretty neutral. Bright colors, but neutral just the same. Maybe just type birthday in the search bar--- it was in October.

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  4. Actually I did make one similar to this a while ago--the letters were found on Martha Stewart. It was a downloadable template and you could print out the letters, cut them out and string them on ribbon. But I wanted it to last so I {gulp} laminated it with contact paper. Instantly tacky. So I could make it again from Martha's letters, but its just a matter of getting thick enough paper, cutting it all out, making enough letters for mulit-purpose use and storing it in a cute box so it doesn't get messed up...or having it all done for you for only 12.99!

    But I probably will make it myself.

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