Sunday, May 27, 2012

Party Sign Party Store TUTORIAL



Party Sign Tutorial

Tutorial is for my party signs at www.cupcakecutieesparty.etsy.com
picture shown with Howdy Birthday Sign.

Print on photo matte or glossy paper... My paper of choice is Kodak gloss paper. It prints perfect. Not  glossy, but with the perfect amount of shine for crystal clear images. They also have the perfect amount of thickness for a nice professional looking sign
Make sure to select photo paper on paper options  if you are using photo paper for best quality.
The glossy card stock also works well.

Your printed sign will have a border/ no border depending how your printer prints. If you have the border, just trim the edges.
printed with border

trimmed sign 

Ready to hang. For a simple design, just use tape and stick to wall or door as is. You can also add to a 12 x 12 scrapbooking or card stock paper then hang!!


Party Sign Board with Ribbon

Supplies
8.5 x11 Sign from Cupcake Cutiees Party
10 x 14 Cake Boards *found at any craft store, I found mine at Walmart in the craft department*
Glue Gun 
Ribbon
Double Stick Tape
Scissors *to trim your sign, if needed*


Use Wilton or cake boards size 10 x 14 and one 8.5 x 11 Sign from Cupcake Cutiees Party.
cake boards
Use double stick tape to attach your sign to the cake board sign. I liked the white background. If you don't like the white, you can use glue decorative paper or tissue to the board for a different colored background

double stick to cake board
Turn your cake board over and use a glue gun to glue your ribbon to back of the board. Make sure to use the correct amount of ribbon you will need.


use glue stick to attach ribbon
Hang in desired area!!









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