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Printable Birthday Balloons

Printable Birthday Balloons

  • Print on different coloured card for each month - laminate and cut around, add some colourful string and you have a lovely birthday bulletin board.
  • Just write the birthdays on with whiteboard markers or stickers.
  • We do try to keep the ink usage down for you as we know it can get very expensive before you know it.

    We have kept some of our resources black and white with the intention of copying onto coloured card to brighten them up (and save on ink).

    This is one of those - print onto coloured card or paper then laminate and cut.


    NOW INCLUDES HAPPY BIRTHDAY HEADING - SEE BELOW FOR DOWNLOAD

Also see our  PRINTABLE BIRTHDAY CERTIFICATE

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