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Personalized Printable Sheriff Badges for a Toy Story Birthday Party or Cowboy Birthday Party

Printable Toy Story sheriff badges

I made these personalized printable sheriff badges for my daughter Elise’s Toy Story Birthday Party. And that means now they are yours to personalize for your own little sheriff.

I’m really excited about these free printable sheriff badges because I figured out way for you to easily personalize them yourself with your child’s name and age. Yes sir, free and personalized sheriff badges that you can make yourself…! You can use them for Toy Story favor bag tags or goodie bags, or just tape them to party guest shirts.

Free Printable Personalized Sheriff Badges

All you need is to type in your child’s name and age into the form and print it out on yellow card stock, cut them out, and attach them to your child’s shirt with tape or a pin. Too simple.

Free Printable Personalized Sheriff Badges

Elise had such a great time at her Toy Story birthday party! All hail the new little sheriff in town.

Free Printable Personalized Sheriff Badges

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Check out my other Toy Story birthday ideas for cakes, and party supplies:

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Free Printable Personalized Sheriff Badges
 

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Supplies for Making Free Personalized Printable Sheriff Badges for name badges or favor bag tags:


How to make Personalized Sheriff Badges from paper

Step 1: Download printable personalized sheriff badges.

Important! Adobe Reader must be installed on your computer to use this file. Do not try to edit this file in a web browser such as Firefox or Safari – editable PDFs do not like to be edited in web browsers. Instead, download my PDF to your computer and “File…Open” it in Adobe Reader which is free.

Open my personalized sheriff badges free printable (PDF). Use Page 1 for short names like Elise (the font is larger) and use Page 2 for longer names like Sebastian (it uses a smaller font). Just remember to print only the page that you need, like 3 copies of Page 1.

Here is Page 1 (ignore the blue fields, they won’t print so no worries):

Free Printable Personalized Sheriff Badges

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Step 2: Personalize sheriff badges.

Now just click into the name field and start typing a new name, like the name I’m always suggesting to pregnant friends: Silas.

Free Printable Personalized Sheriff Badges

Now click out. Poof! All of the sheriff badge names will now change to Silas. Just repeat this to change the age too.

Free Printable Personalized Sheriff Badges

Use Page 2 for longer names like Sebastian.

Free Printable Personalized Sheriff Badges

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Step 3: Print personalized paper sheriff badges.

Load your printer with yellow card stock, or any other color that you’d like to use for your sheriff badges.

Free Printable Personalized Sheriff Badges

Now you may be wondering why I didn’t just make these badges yellow in the first place so they could be printed on white paper? Well, because doing it this way (1) uses less ink and (2) looks way better.

Free Printable Personalized Sheriff Badges

OK, now print JUST the page that you personalized. If you need to do more than one copy, set your printer to print like 3 copies of Page 1. Sorry if that’s too basic but no need to waste paper.

Free Printable Personalized Sheriff Badges

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Step 4: Cut out sheriff badges using good paper scissors

Cut it out using good paper scissors.

Cutting out paper sheriff badges with scissors

Keep cutting for each party guest. You may want to cut out some sheriff badges to decorate your party space too.

Free Printable Personalized Sheriff Badges

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Step 5: Affix paper sheriff badge name tags to guests.

Affix the paper personalized sheriff badges to the birthday kid and guests using tape or a pin. Or you can use these sheriff badges for favor bag tags too. Or hey! You could also use them as cupcake toppers. Yee haw!

Free Printable Personalized Sheriff Badges

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Be sure to pin these printable sheriff badges for name tags or favor bags:

Sheriff badge printable template

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Jessica

Wednesday 30th of March 2016

love these but I can't get it to open as a pdf. It just opens in safari. I can't get the same font :( Maybe Im doing something wrong?

Kathy Beymer

Thursday 7th of April 2016

Hi Jessica, editable PDFs need to be opened in Adobe Reader for them to work. If you open them in a browser like Safari then you can save it down to your computer, then open up Adobe Reader and File...Open... locate the file and open it. Sorry for the delay in response - we were on spring break when you sent your message. Thanks for stopping by!

Michele

Monday 31st of March 2014

I like this but wish we could change the font. I do not like it for a boys party. Otherwise I would use them.

Kathy Beymer

Monday 31st of March 2014

Hi Michele, thanks for the feedback. I have a similar etsy listing with three different font choices and two badge sizes - individual badges, food table markers, door signs. Check it out and see if it will work better for your son's party! https://www.etsy.com/listing/177547176/editable-sheriff-badges-printable-pdf?

Cindy Yocom

Tuesday 28th of May 2013

How would I do this, but use each child's name? These are adorable and the preschool is planning on having a cowboy day soon. Thanks

Kathy Beymer

Tuesday 28th of May 2013

Hi Cindy, when do you need it by? Can you email me? I would need to create a PDF for you that doesn't link all of the names together. Sounds like a cute event you have planned.

Shane Winegard

Tuesday 9th of April 2013

Fun!

Kathy Beymer

Tuesday 9th of April 2013

Thanks, Shane! It was a really fun party for sure.

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