DIY Peppa Pig Birthday Banner

Hello everybody!

I hope you guys are well.

My youngest daughter turned 4 years old this past Saturday.  I wish I could have captured on camera how her morning, sleepy face transformed into sheer happiness upon hearing us say, “Happy Birthday Sophia!”  It was magical and so sweet.  I did take a ton of pictures after we got all dressed up, but I have to sort through them first.  For this post, I wanted to share with you how I made her a Peppa Pig birthday banner.

Enjoy!

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This banner was super easy to make and didn’t take long.  I found the banner template online.  I had foam flower cut outs saved from a great find at the dollar section in Target.  I did the happy, birthday, and letter circles myself on Word, then glued everything together and strung it up with pink ribbon.

I absolutely loved how this banner came out and my daughter loved seeing it up on the wall.  The theme was Peppa Pig and she loved seeing all the different pictures of Peppa Pig.

More pictures to come.

Take good care all.

Until next time…

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3 thoughts on “DIY Peppa Pig Birthday Banner

  1. Hi, I’m having a party for my daughter and love this banner. It is simple yet cute! Do you have the links to the printable for this? It would help immensely if you can provide 🙂

    • Hi! Thanks for visiting my blog and for your comment. I made this banner myself (I’m sorry, no printable links) by using a banner template (found on Google), cardstock and scrapbook paper. I made the “happy”, “birthday”, and letters using Word on my computer. I had the foam flowers already, but you can probably find similar ones at a craft store. I googled images of Peppa Pig and glued them on the banner. I hope this helps. May you have a great party! All the best.

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