DIY Toy Story Party Banner

My son just turned two and I’m a little late in getting his party planned and ready.
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This year we are doing a Toy Story theme. There is so much cool stuff to do for a Toy Story party. It’s going to be so much fun!

Materials:

Plain Card Stock

Paper Cutter/Scissors

Ribbon/String/Yarn

Acrylic Paint Selection/ Paint Brushes

To Start:

  1. Cut Triangles
  2. Cut out letters from masking tape
  3. Sharpie the outlines of the letters
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Cow Print

  1. Sharpie weird cow spot shapes onto the banner piece and fill them in
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Green Alien

  1. Pencil in circles for the eyes
  2. Paint everything but inside your circles green
  3. Sharpie dots inside the eyes, and the outlines of the eyes
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Woody’s Yellow Shirt

  1. Paint the background yellow
  2. After it dries paint red lines on in, about an inch or so apart
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Andy’s Cloud Wallpaper

  1. Paint the background light blue
  2. After it dries, use a circle sponge brush to sponge on clouds
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Andy’s Buzz Blanket

  1. Paint the background dark blue
  2. Paint on some yellow stars and some green and purple planets
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Finally:

1.Peel off the taped on letters, carefully!

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2.Punch a hole in the top two corners of each triangle (a slit with a knife or scissors would work too)

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3.Thread your string through the entire banner, and hang it.

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Now you have a cute decoration to your Toy Story party! My son has been calling it his “happy to you sign” maybe that’s what I should have made it say!

Other Party Ideas:

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Angry Birds

Tangled

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TOY STORY 3, Jessie (left, voice: Joan Cusack), Mr. Potato Head (center, voice: Don Rickles), Woody

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