Ideas for Birthday Posters & Banners

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Ideas for Birthday Posters & Banners
Create an attention-grabbing birthday decoration piece. (ICHIRO/Photodisc/Getty Images)

By creating a birthday poster or banner you can craft a party decoration that is reflective of the celebrant's special day. As you move through the process of planning your birthday decoration, consider some creative options and select the format that you feel will best fit with the birthday boy's interests and aesthetics.

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Magazine Cover Poster

Allow your birthday girl to grace the cover of her favourite magazine by creating a magazine cover birthday poster. Select the birthday celebrants favourite magazine or one representative of his interests, such as Sports Illustrated for a sporty boy or Cosmopolitan for a fearless 20-something. Obtain a copy of this magazine, and use it as a model for your poster. Recreate this cover, creating a magazine title that resembles the original and typing out headlines that reflect your birthday celebrant to place down the sides of the magazine cover. Place a picture of the birthday individual in the centre of the poster, giving her the look of a cover girl.

Autographed Banner

Create a banner that your birthday boy can keep as a memento of his special day by crafting an autographed banner. To create this banner, place the words "Happy Birthday" across the banner in bold print. In the days leading up to the party, take the banner around to friends and family members of the birthday celebrant, and ask them to sign the decoration, writing a special message to the birthday boy or girl on the banner surface. Place this banner in a prominent location in the party space as a personalised surprise for the birthday boy or girl.

Photo Poster

Create a birthday poster that shows the change your birthday boy has experienced through the years by creating a photo poster. To craft this poster, gather an assortment of images of the birthday boy from birth to his current age. Tile these pictures in chronological order over your poster surface. After filling the poster with these pictures place the words "Happy Birthday," along with the birthday celebrant's name in the centre of the poster.

Candles Banner

Highlight the birthday girl's old age by creating a candle banner. To make this festive, birthday-relevant banner, create a candle cut-out. Make one copy of this cut-out for every year of the birthday girl's age. In the centre of the banner paper, write the words "Happy Birthday." Flank this phrase with the candle cut-outs, dividing them evenly between the two sides if possible. Hang this banner in the party space to complete the decorating scheme.

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