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Free Pennant Printable

My son’s first birthday party is this weekend.  And what that means is that it’s midnight right now, and I’m doing “birthday crafts”.  I know that he won’t appreciate any of this come Saturday, but I’m going to make a photo book that proves that this isn’t a “second child” birthday party.  Hence my crafting at midnight.

Check out this awesome printable I found from Ruffled.  A PDF is available for each and every letter pennant fitting in perfectly to my baseball themed birthday bash.  Wish me luck!

Image from Ruffled


Happy, happy!

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  1. Ralph Astrologo 04/12/2013 at 12:32 am

    The oldest greeting cards we have today date back to the 14th century, made somewhere in Europe. The culture of giving greeting cards developed in the 19th century when printing press came into the picture. Greeting cards, these days, are of various types. These types include standard greeting cards, photo greeting cards, personalized greeting cards, reusable greeting cards, electronic greeting cards etc. The pictures and messages in greeting cards come in various styles, which range from fine arts to profane. Although in today’s world, technology has made everything so fast and easy, but the charm and warmth of sending a card to someone is not lost.;

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  2. Bethany Adorno 04/06/2013 at 1:26 pm

    Electronic cards are the ultimate free birthday cards. The selections are endless and run the gambit from the tongue in cheek funny, to the preposterous and oblique. You may choose to add a variety of sounds to your graphic selections, as well as the opportunity to add as much or as little personalization as you choose. For those with a talent for words, this is the perfect vehicle for a birthday poem to send to the happy celebrant. Of course, an added feature is the fact that you not only save money because you are not purchasing cards themselves, but you also save because you do not have to pay for postage! In addition to the foregoing, if you are truly in a pinch for time, these cards can be sent before midnight and still arrive on time for someone’s birthday! Truly a procrastinator’s dreams come true.;

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