Today I can’t wait to share this Colorable Spring Banner Free Printable with you! I love it, and I hope you do too!
Oh my, am I ever READY FOR SPRING! Up here in Minnesota winter has been loooong and coooold! And I know much of the country has been suffering just like us. So, instead of sitting around and whining I decided to jump right into the Spring Mood with a fun spring project I did with my kids and a few nieces and nephews: Colorable Spring Banner which I am excited to be offering as a free printable! Yay!
Since becoming a mom I have rediscovered my love of coloring. It’s just fun and relaxing and it’s something that my kids enjoy doing with me. For this reason I am on a bit of a free printable coloring page kick right now. I keep creating these because I am not only making them to share here, but I am making them to use with my kids and nieces and nephews who all love to color. But, then again, don’t all kids love to color?
I created 4 different files for this banner that all need to be printed, colored, cut and hung to create the banner. Below are picture of each file, but to print, click on the DOWNLOADABLE VERSION link below each picture. This will take you to a PDF file which should print nicely for you.
DOWNLOADABLE VERSION of “Come Spring” HERE
DOWNLOADABLE VERSION of “Lady Bugs” HERE
DOWNLOADABLE VERSION of “Flowers” HERE
DOWNLOADABLE VERSION of “Birds” HERE
For best results, print the PDFs out onto cardstock.
And just like I said, we printed, colored, cut and finally strung the elements together. To string the banner I just laid out a long piece of embroidery floss (but you can just yarn or string, whatever). Then, I taped the string to the back of each letter/flower/bug/bird.
Easy and pie, and very pretty when all hung up!
Turns out I’m not the only one suffering with a serious case of spring fever. Some wonderful ladies that I have gotten to know and love through blogging have also been hard at work creating and crafting with spring in mind. I call these ladies #MyFavoriteBloggers, and they are that, and more. I would love for you to stop by and check out a few of their wonderful projects as well:
From top down, left to right: Stamped “Bloom” Necklace from One Artsy Mama, Spring Centerpiece from Happy Go Lucky, Washi Tape Popsicle Stick Flowers from The Benson Street, Simple Circle Pinwheels from Creative Capital B, Semi Homemade Strawberry Shortcake from Seven Alive, Five Minute Hair Pins from It Happens in a Blink and Suburble, Kool-Aid Dyed Yarn in Your Microwave from 4 You with Love, Color-able Free Printable Spring Banner from Do Small Things with Love, Fairy Guesthouse from Happy Hour Projects, and Geometric Print Vase from Pitter and Glink.
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