Here’s a printable Superman-inspired birthday banner for your little super hero. And you can download instantly and print — no waiting!
I made this printable Super Hero Birthday Party banner for my daughter Elise’s 4th birthday. She loves super heroes, that girl.
You’ll get all letters of the alphabet in RED with yellow background and blue outlines. You will get all 26 letters of the alphabet…
…plus numbers 1-12.
You will also get all 26 letters of the alphabet plus numbers 1-12 in BLUE in case you’d like to mix and match.
Each letter and number is sized 10” x 7.5”. You also get two stars on each letter to cut out and use for party decorations. Use this printable PDF to make your own:
– hanging super hero birthday party sign
– monogram door sign to welcome party guests
– iron-on t-shirt graphic
– or whatever you wish!
In addition – you will get all 26 letters and numbers at 1″ wide to use on top of a cake as a birthday cake pennant, or on top of cupcakes.
I made a Super Hero party door decoration with it too.
Visit my etsy story to download and print this Superman-inspired birthday party banner for your own little super hero. Up, up and away!
Supplies for making a super hero happy birthday banner:
- Get Kathy’s Superman-inspired happy birthday banner PDF at my etsy store
- White card stock
- Good paper scissors
- Hole punch
- Ric rac or ribbon
- Computer and printer
How to make a super hero happy birthday banner:
Download and print just the letters that you need to make your birthday banner onto white card stock. Cut out the banner with good paper scissors. PUNCH holes on each side, string onto cute ric rack or ribbon, and hang!
For birthday party banners and door decorations: I recommend white card stock paper that you can buy here: http://amzn.to/1qwC8Eg
For iron-on t-shirts: I recommend Avery Personal Creations InkJet Iron On Dark T Shirt Transfers that you can buy here: http://amzn.to/1p7wNzk – I like this t-shirt transfer product because the colors are bright, it transfers well, and does not require letters to be reversed which can be confusing. However – if your transfer product does need the letters to be backwards, I have you covered! When you buy this listing, you will also get the full set reversed in RED in case your purchased iron-on transfer product requires the letters flipped backwards.
Get more super party ideas like these:
Easy DIY Homemade Super Hero Birthday Cake
Super Friends printable super hero tattoos
Super Hero editable shields for cupcake toppers, favor bags, temporary tattoos
Spiderman Printable personalized cupcake toppers or temporary tattoos
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Wednesday 23rd of September 2015
Thank you so much. These are fab and so perfect for my little boys birthday party. Thank you for sharing these.
Wednesday 23rd of September 2015
Hi Tracy, glad you can use it! Feel free to share any party photos at facebook.com/merrimentdesign or tag me on instagram (kathybeymer). Have a great party!
Sunday 26th of July 2015
Hi! Im trying to download your printable Superman letters for classroom use! Are they still available? Thanks
Monday 3rd of August 2015
Hi DeVaughan, yes, they are still on this post. Just scroll down and the link is in the "Supplies" list about half-way down the post. Enjoy!
Thursday 23rd of July 2015
hello- are the superhero printables still available? are they free? Where can I download them?
Saturday 4th of April 2015
Thank you! I am using this for "Rock The Test" encouraging our 3rd graders to do well on their testing. Printed perfectly!
Wednesday 8th of April 2015
Hi Pat, I love that you are using this for your classroom! If you want, you can share a photo at facebook.com/merrimentdesign and I'll share it with the group.
Thursday 26th of February 2015
I am trying to take the printable "Super J" and get a mirror copy to make an iron-on for my Grandson Jaxon. How do I do this? Or where do I get a 'mirror copy"? Thanks for helping this challenged Grandmother!