DIY – Happily Ever After Banner

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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!

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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!

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What do you think of this fun and simple DIY?  If you made your Mickey banner, what would it say?  Let me know in the comments!

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About Mindy

Mindy Marzec is a life-long Disney fan who grew up in Los Angeles. She started This Fairy Tale Life to share Disneyland travel tips for adults. When not at Disneyland, you can find Mindy at home snuggling with her cats and re-watching Thor: Ragnarok for the billionth time.