Hello dear readers! I hope everyone had a fantastic Easter full of brightly colored eggs, chocolate bunnies, and marshmallow chicks. I spent Easter weekend at Disneyland with some friends and had a fantastic time! Great weather and great company – what more could I possibly ask for?
Today I am happy to bring you another fantastic DIY project from Disney bride Jill. You remember her Mickey Votive Candles from a couple weeks ago. She’s back with a very easy and low budget tutorial for a fun banner you can display at a wedding, bridal shower, welcome dinner – just about anywhere!
Happily Ever After Banner
This was really easy to make. I used a Mickey head .jpeg that I found on the internet (see below). I opened it up in Microsoft Paint (you can also use a photo editing program) and added my own text to it. I spelled out “Happily ever after” using Baroque script (downloaded from dafont.com for free) and printed using a heavy weight paper. Then I punched holes in the ears and fed 5/8″ ribbon through the holes I had punched. It took about 30 minutes total to make this and it cost maybe $2 at the most.
Thanks for the fun project idea, Jill!