Free Printable Letters for Banners! Entire Alphabet

Hey Friends, Happy Hump Day!

More free printable letters for banners? I have had several people ask recently if I could make the entire alphabet of the printable Harvest Banner. Guess, what? I did it! The entire alphabet plus a few extras. That means you can have your banner say whatever you want. Your last name, something fall related, or whatever your heart desires!!

Megan showed the tutorial on how she put together her banner here.

Free Printable Letters

Megan also made this one for her fireplace in her family room. LOVE IT!

Printable Letters for Banners

Here are all the  free printable letters and the extra symbols I made! Click on the links below to download the individual files. Please contact us if you have questions or need help!

*Please note that if you would like to print your letters small you can adjust the settings on your printer. Megan’s letters were print at 100%. If you decide to print long words they may too be big! I always say, “The bigger, the better.” Then again thats the Texas in me! ;)

~Symbols~

Heart

Fleur_De_Lis

Star

Leaf

Ampersand

Exclamation_Point

 

~Letters~

Letter_A

Letter_B

Letter_C

Letter_D

Letter_E

Letter_F

Letter_G

Letter_H

Letter_I

Letter_J

Letter_K

Letter_L

Letter_M

Letter_N

Letter_O

Letter_P

Letter_Q

Letter_R

Letter_S

Letter_T

Letter_U

Letter_V

Letter_W

Letter_X

Letter_Y

Letter_Z

 

~Numbers~

Number_1

Number_2

Number_3

Number_4

Number_5

Number_6

Number_7

Number_8

Number_9

Number_0

Free Printable Banner Letters

Hope you enjoy! If you make a banner we would love to see it on Facebook or even Instagram! Check back often! More free printable letters for banners coming soon!

-Christen

Comments

  1. says

    Hi! These are great but i can’t figure out how to make them smaller… Tried adjusting my printer but it didn’t work. Any ideas/ Thanks so much!

    • Megan says

      Every printer is different….but this is what I did on my printer (I just tried it and printed and it worked). I pulled up the letter, then went to File> Print> and the printer dialog box pulled up and I had to adjust the scale of the image from 100% to 75%(it showed me an actual picture of the scale of my image) and then clicked print and it printed smaller. Hope that helps a little! You may have to go into “advanced settings” to find the scale for your document? -Megan

      *disclaimer…I am far from a tech whiz. This is just how I did it ;)

  2. Sharma says

    I just had to say thanks so much for this free printable. I made a “Give Thanks” banner for my Thanks Giving Day party and I LOVE it. This was great! Thanks again for sharing.

  3. Starla says

    Can you just do a blank one? I want the shape and background so I can put my daughter’s 4×6 santa pics in for every year to hang from my fireplace/staircase! Also I want to use it for her Halloween costume pics each year!

  4. says

    Hi Christen! I just want to say thank you so very much for these printables! I’m making a Happy Birthday banner for my boyfriend’s birthday :) I was wondering if it’s in any way possible to get an exclamation point printable?

  5. says

    I just finished! It looks absolutely fantastic, I am super happy with the turnout! I had it laminated at Office Depot so that we can re-use it for a few years! I can’t wait for my boyfriend to see it! Thank you SO much for helping me make this happen! :D

        • says

          Hi Cristen,

          Yes, please! :) I will add it to the banner for the next birthday :) Essentially, I printed them all out on regular printer paper (on a printer setting of 5X7 to make them smaller). I cut them all out and brought them to Office Depot to get laminated. It was a happy accident that I printed them all out on such flimsy paper because when I went to have them laminated I saw stacks of colorful cardstock and just added sheets of that behind the letters before the lamination process (leaving enough room on the edges to cut out a colorful border). It cost me about $6 to do, and I had a coupon so it would have been $8. It’ll last for years to come, so that is a small price to pay!

          Are you thinking of making any more printable letters for banners? I’d love to try to create some myself, but I’m not exactly sure how to go about doing so. Any tips or pointers? :)

          • Christen says

            Amanda-
            Now worries! I have put the file up so you can download and print it off. (It’s right under the ampersand)

            I am working on some other styles to share soon. I make mine in photoshop if you have any experience with the program I would be glad to email you pointers!

  6. says

    Oh my gosh Christen, these are lovely. – Thank you from Down Under. If you have a ‘blank’ one I would love that please so I can add my cub scouts to the banner. Jenni Australia

    • Christen says

      Thanks Jenni!

      Is the email you commented from a good email to send the blank on to? I will send it over to you shortly.
      Thanks,
      Christen

  7. Holly says

    Hi Christen. I love these banners! Could u please send me a blank copy? This is absolutely darling! Thank you for sharing!

      • Sam says

        Hi Christen, These are great I am using for a ‘Mr & Mrs’ sign for the front of our wedding table. But I want to use them for table numbers too. Only problem is when I reach double digits they dont fit properly. Would you please be able to send me a blank one too? If possible in word or jpeg so they can be edited with table number? If not I’ll work it out. Thanks.!

  8. Renee says

    I love these! But I am wondering if you have them in a gray scheme instead of the browns? I want to use them at our wedding but the browns just won’t work for us….

  9. Gail Hawkins says

    Wow! These are so great. A huge Thank You for sharing! Can think of so many special occasions to use them.

  10. says

    You are too sweet sharing like this! :) I am going to make one for Easter that says “He is Risen”. Haven’t thought it out completely, I was thinking I would do “HE <3 RISEN" and then paint 'is' inside of the heart. I don't have a color printer, so I am going to print on ivory card stock and probably add touches of golds and browns. I am going to use a natural Easter theme with brown eggs and such, so it will be perfect! Thanks again!

  11. monique says

    oh my goodness these are so pretty!! is there any way that you could make them without the background on them? im doing my baby shower soon and these letters are just perfect!

  12. Rita says

    Hello Christen, These are amazing! Thank you very much!I would like to use a blank one too for longer digits, would you please send it to me in Jpeg? Thank you in advance!

  13. Kerrin says

    Hi Christen! Could you please please please help me with the “P”? I’m not able to print it for some reason. Making a 40th birthday banner and this is so fabulous!! Could you email it to me if you have a chance?

  14. jessica says

    Hi there! I love the letters, but I really hope you can make a heart in the black and gray. The banner is perfect for an upcoming bridal shower in April. I hope you can help me!

  15. Kristen says

    I’m so glad I found these on Pinterest! Could you please send me the blank one? I’m making a “From Ms to Mrs” banner for my best friends bridal shower next weekend. Thanks!

  16. Ginger says

    So very cool! I’m using them to make a banner for my classroom but I cannot get the “S” to work :( Is there any way to fix the pdf or send me a corrected one?! Thank you!

  17. catherine pitwood says

    these are beautiful but wondered if you could possibly send me a link to some without back grounds on please
    thanks Cat

  18. Victoria says

    Wow! I am so impressed by all the requests you have responded to on an indvidual basis – you’re a saint! I’m planning a country themed bachelorette this weeekend and these letters are perfect for the signage. Thank you for your creativity and generosity!

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