I want to let you all know that we now have a complete set for the Free Printable Snowflake Chalkboard Letters + Numbers!
That’s right….I’ve updated the snowflake chalkboard letters to include the whole alphabet + numbers!
I made this Let-it-Snow banner and mentioned it’s for a project that I’m working on with my children…
…well, I figured not everybody is going to want a let-it-snow banner and so I’ve made a whole set with numbers and a few extra snowflakes for you guys!
Now you can make a snowflake chalkboard banner for yourself with the words that your heart desires! The thing I love about these letters is that you could really jazz them up with a fancy ribbon, or you can matte them on a bright Holiday color…the options are endless! Or you can keep it plain and simple, like I did (I admit, I was just lazy)!
You’ll find each individual letter below. Have fun with them!
>>>Instructions for downloading and/or printing each letter<<<
Select/click on the letter you wish to download/print
A PDF version (make sure Adobe Reader is installed) will open up and you can download/save to your computer or just print. I recommend printing on card stock. Here is the one I use, it’s 90lb.
Trim off the excess area using scissors .
Punch holes using a hole punch in each corner.
- Add a colored ribbon,twine, jute or my favorite… tulle to assemble your banner!
For step by step instructions with pictures on how to assemble the letters to make a banner click here.
I love to see what people have made with these letters. You can post to the DIY Swank Facebook page or tag DIY Swank on Instagram and include #diyswankletters
>>>Check the Free Printable Banner Letters Library for more designs.<<<
Thanks for sharing these! Can’t wait to make a banner for Christmas dinner!
You are welcome, Patty! Enjoy your banner!
Thank you so much for sharing! These are too cute! My friend was looking for something like this so I am happy to share this with her! 🙂
And I wanted to make you aware that the letter “V” is missing. I don’t need it but someone else may. Thank you again for sharing! Have a great holiday!!
You’re welcome, Kristina! I’m so happy you like them. Thanks for sharing with your friend and thanks for the heads up on the “V”! Got it fixed…Happy Holidays to you! 🙂
What PC software do you use to create fabulous things like these? I’ve been trying to play with this kind of printables for quite some time and can’t seem to get the right software. Thanks for the inspiration!
Thanks Jill! Megan and I both use photoshop or illustrator. I have heard of people using picmonkey too!
Thanks for sharing this great banner! I am using it for my daughter’s frozen party
Thanks so much for these! Does anyone know what I’m doing wrong? When I print, I am printing a blank page. Thanks!
Melissa Bautista says
Hola, we love this. We’re doing a Baby It’s Cold Outside party. Do you have an apostrophe?