This Toy Story personalized sign front door decoration was the perfect yee-haw welcome for Elise’s 3rd birthday party.
My Buzz Lightyear obsessed daughter, Elise, wanted a Toy Story birthday party. Convenient for me, she was turning 3 years old which means I could knock off the Toy Story 3 logo a bit:
I looked around and found some fonts that looked close to the Toy Story logo and made it into a sign. Lucky for you, I also made a free sign template that you can personalize with your own kid’s name by typing it into the field.
Just print it out and you can turn it into a door sign like mine, or an iron-on t-shirt, or anything else to help celebrate your own little space ranger’s 3rd birthday. (UPDATE! By reader request ages 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are all now available, just see below).
Check out my other Toy Story birthday ideas:
- Free Printable Toy Story Photo Props
- Easy Buzz Lightyear Birthday Cake For Beginners
- Woody the Cowboy Themed Favor Bags
- Printable Personalized Sheriff Badges
- Toy Story front door decoration
- And there are a few more free Toy Story birthday ideas in my boot to come.
WANNA MAKE IT? Keep reading for my free personalized Toy Story birthday sign PDF and supply list >>
Supplies for making a Toy Story Birthday Party Door Decoration:
- Kathy’s personalized printable Toy Story birthday sign template – up to 5 letters (PDF) OR Kathy’s personalized printable Toy Story birthday sign template – up to 7 letters (PDF)
- White cardstock
- Red grosgrain ribbon
- Baker’s twine
- Hole punch
How to make a Toy Story birthday party door decoration:
Download my free template and open in Adobe Reader, use my 5 letter number PDF for short names like Elise, and use my 7 letter template with the smaller font for longer names. Type your name into the field, and if you need a longer name let me know.
(UPDATED! By popular demand, this file now contains ages 2, 3, 4 and 5. Thanks for the comments and for pinning and sharing this Toy Story birthday party project. Enjoy!)
Print out the sign on white cardstock and cut it out.
Put a grapevine wreath on a flat surface.
Punch holes on the two corners.
String the Baker’s Twine through the holes.
Wrap the Baker’s Twine around the wreath. I like that it looks like the toys wrapped it around the wreath themselves.
Tie a red grograin ribbon on top and hang for the party.
Tell me in the comments: How old is your little pardner turning this year??
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