Pokémon Go mania is in full swing and I’ve made a slew of Pokécentric items in anticipation of Pokémon Gopocalypse (when kids ask for e.v.e.r.y.t.h.i.n.g. to reflect their current obsession.
I have several Pokémon Go printables, if you haven’t caught them all you can do so here. (See what I did there?) This page contains the files for the free Pokémon Go birthday banner, or as I like to call it, a PokéBanner.
The banner pieces are formatted to be printed on standard sized paper (8.5 x 11) and is simple to print at home. I recommend printing these on cardstock. Cut them out and string them together using ribbon or cording, with a hole punch and paperclips, tape the to a wall or table, or come up with some other awesome method entirely.
There are two banner options. I couldn’t decide if I wanted every Pokéball to be sitting in the same direction or not, so I decide to do both. One with the positing the same and the other randomized. Each file also contains a few plank Pokéballs that can be used to extend the length of the banner, however else you can imagine, or you have Photoshop, you can easily use them to add your child’s name to the banner.
PokéBanner with Identically Positioned Pokéballs
PokéBanner with Randomly Positioned Pokéballs
This file is free to use for personal use only. It is not to be sold or used for commercial purposes in any way, shape, or form. If you would like to make a donation you are welcome to do so, simply click here.